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    1. Raymer, AM
      Acquired language disorders

      TOPICS IN LANGUAGE DISORDERS
    2. Geigenberger, A; Ziegler, W
      Receptive prosodic processing in aphasia

      APHASIOLOGY
    3. Ilmberger, J; Eisner, W; Schmid, U; Reulen, HJ
      Performance in picture naming and word comprehension: Evidence for common neuronal substrates from intraoperative language mapping

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    4. Csepe, V; Osman-Sagi, J; Molnar, M; Gosy, M
      Impaired speech perception in aphasic patients: event-related potential and neuropsychological assessment

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    5. Meyer, M; Friederici, AD; von Cramon, DY
      Neurocognition of auditory sentence comprehension: event related fMRI reveals sensitivity to syntactic violations and task demands

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. Borod, JC; Rorie, KD; Pick, LH; Bloom, RL; Andelman, F; Campbell, AL; Obler, LK; Tweedy, JR; Welkowitz, J; Sliwinski, M
      Verbal pragmatics following unilateral stroke: Emotional content and valence

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    7. Blumstein, SE; Milberg, W; Brown, T; Hutchinson, A; Kurowski, K; Burton, MW
      The mapping from sound structure to the lexicon in aphasia: Evidence from rhyme and repetition priming

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    8. Murray, LL
      The effects of varying attentional demands on the word retrieval skills ofadults with aphasia, right hemisphere brain damage, or no brain damage

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    9. Connor, LT; Albert, ML; Helm-Estabrooks, N; Obler, LK
      Attentional modulation of language performance

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    10. Wingfield, A; Ducharme, JL
      Effects of age and passage difficulty on listening-rate preferences for time-altered speech

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES B-PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
    11. Cicero, BA; Borod, JC; Santschi, C; Erhan, HM; Obler, LK; Agosti, RM; Welkowitz, J; Grunwald, IS
      Emotional versus nonemotional lexical perception in patients with right and left brain damage

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    12. Wingfield, A; Tun, PA; Koh, CK; Rosen, MJ
      Regaining lost time: Adult aging and the effect of time restoration on recall of time-compressed speech

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    13. Nakai, T; Matsuo, K; Kato, C; Matsuzawa, M; Okada, T; Glover, GH; Moriya, T; Inui, T
      A functional magnetic resonance imaging study of listening comprehension of languages in human at 3 tesla-comprehension Bevel and activation of the language areas

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    14. OTSUKI M; SOMA Y; KOYAMA A; YOSHIMURA N; FURUKAWA H; TSUJI S
      TRANSCORTICAL SENSORY APHASIA FOLLOWING LEFT FRONTAL INFARCTION

      Journal of neurology
    15. NAESER MA; PALUMBO CL; PRETE MN; FITZPATRICK PM; MIMURA M; SAMARAWEERA R; ALBERT ML
      VISIBLE CHANGES IN LESION BORDERS ON CT SCAN AFTER 5 YEARS POSTSTROKE, AND LONG-TERM RECOVERY IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    16. SMALL JA; ANDERSEN ES; KEMPLER D
      EFFECTS OF WORKING-MEMORY CAPACITY ON UNDERSTANDING RATE-ALTERED SPEECH

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition
    17. GRAYSON E; HILTON R; FRANKLIN S
      EARLY INTERVENTION IN A CASE OF JARGON APHASIA - EFFICACY OF LANGUAGECOMPREHENSION THERAPY

      European journal of disorders of communication
    18. MAZZONI M; VISTA M
      LEXICAL SEMANTIC THERAPY

      Aphasiology
    19. CHERTKOW H; BUB D; DEAUDON C; WHITEHEAD V
      ON THE STATUS OF OBJECT CONCEPTS IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    20. BOATMAN D; HALL C; GOLDSTEIN MH; LESSER R; GORDON B
      NEUROPERCEPTUAL DIFFERENCES IN CONSONANT AND VOWEL DISCRIMINATION - AS REVEALED BY DIRECT CORTICAL ELECTRICAL INTERFERENCE

      Cortex
    21. WEISMER SE
      CAPACITY LIMITATIONS IN WORKING-MEMORY - THE IMPACT ON LEXICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL LEARNING BY CHILDREN WITH LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT

      Topics in language disorders
    22. KAY J; LESSER R; COLTHEART M
      PALPA - THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING IS IN THE EATING

      Aphasiology
    23. GOW DW; CAPLAN D
      AN EXAMINATION OF IMPAIRED ACOUSTIC-PHONETIC PROCESSING IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    24. DESMOND DW; MORONEY JT; SANO M; STERN Y
      RECOVERY OF COGNITIVE FUNCTION AFTER STROKE

      Stroke
    25. WEISMER SE; HESKETH LJ
      LEXICAL LEARNING BY CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT - EFFECTS OF LINGUISTIC INPUT PRESENTED AT VARYING SPEAKING RATES

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    26. INGLES JL; MATEKOLE CC; CONNOLLY JF
      EVIDENCE FOR MULTIPLE ROUTES OF SPEECH PRODUCTION IN A CASE OF FLUENTAPHASIA

      Cortex
    27. CARPENTER PA; MIYAKE A; JUST MA
      LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION - SENTENCE AND DISCOURSE PROCESSING

      Annual review of psychology
    28. CONNOLLY JF; PHILLIPS NA; FORBES KAK
      THE EFFECTS OF PHONOLOGICAL AND SEMANTIC FEATURES OF SENTENCE-ENDING WORDS ON VISUAL EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    29. BLUMSTEIN SE
      IMPAIRMENTS OF SPEECH PRODUCTION AND SPEECH-PERCEPTION IN APHASIA

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    30. NAESER MA; PALUMBO CL
      NEUROIMAGING AND LANGUAGE RECOVERY IN STROKE

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    31. GORDON JK; BAUM SR
      RHYME PRIMING IN APHASIA - THE ROLE OF PHONOLOGY IN LEXICAL ACCESS

      Brain and language
    32. BLUMSTEIN SE; BURTON M; BAUM S; WALDSTEIN R; KATZ D
      THE ROLE OF LEXICAL STATUS ON THE PHONETIC CATEGORIZATION OF SPEECH IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    33. CAPLAN D; UTMAN JA
      SELECTIVE ACOUSTIC-PHONETIC IMPAIRMENT AND LEXICAL ACCESS IN AN APHASIC PATIENT

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    34. BASTIAANSE R; NIJBOER S; TACONIS M
      THE AUDITORY LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION PROGRAM - A DESCRIPTION AND CASE-STUDY

      European journal of disorders of communication
    35. COLOMBO C; BONFANTI A; LIVIAN S; ABBRUZZESE M; SCARONE S
      SIZE OF THE CORPUS-CALLOSUM AND AUDITORY COMPREHENSION IN SCHIZOPHRENICS AND NORMAL CONTROLS

      Schizophrenia research
    36. HOUGH MS
      CATEGORIZATION IN APHASIA - ACCESS AND ORGANIZATION OF GOAL-DERIVED AND COMMON CATEGORIES

      Aphasiology
    37. BLOOM RL; BOROD JC; OBLER LK; GERSTMAN LJ
      SUPPRESSION AND FACILITATION OF PRAGMATIC PERFORMANCE - EFFECTS OF EMOTIONAL CONTENT ON DISCOURSE FOLLOWING RIGHT AND LEFT BRAIN-DAMAGE

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    38. WEISMER SE; HESKETH LJ
      THE INFLUENCE OF PROSODIC AND GESTURAL CUES ON NOVEL WORD ACQUISITIONBY CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    39. WOODWARD SH; FORD JM; HAMMETT SC
      N4 TO SPOKEN SENTENCES IN YOUNG AND OLDER SUBJECTS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology


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