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    1. Baum, SR; Pell, MD; Leonard, CL; Gordon, JK
      Using prosody to resolve temporary syntactic ambiguities in speech production: acoustic data on brain-damaged speakers

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    2. Luzzatti, C; Toraldo, A; Guasti, MT; Ghirardi, G; Lorenzi, L; Guarnaschelli, C
      Comprehension of reversible active and passive sentences in agrammatism

      APHASIOLOGY
    3. Haley, KL; Ohde, RN; Wertz, RT
      Vowel quality in aphasia and apraxia of speech: Phonetic transcription andformant analyses

      APHASIOLOGY
    4. Haley, KL; Bays, GL; Ohde, RN
      Phonetic properties of aphasic-apraxic speech: A modified narrow transcription analysis

      APHASIOLOGY
    5. Pinango, MM; Zurif, EB
      Semantic operations in aphasic comprehension: Implications for the cortical organization of language

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    6. de Roo, E
      Root nonfinite and finite utterances in child language and agrammatic speech

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    7. Dick, F; Bates, E; Wulfeck, B; Utman, JA; Dronkers, N; Gernsbacher, MA
      Language deficits, localization, and grammar: Evidence for a distributive model of language breakdown in aphasic patients and neurologically intact individuals

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    8. Marien, P; Pickut, BA; Engelborghs, S; Martin, JJ; De Deyn, PP
      Phonological agraphia following a focal anterior insulo-opercular infarction

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    9. Seddoh, SA
      Basis of intonation disturbance in aphasia: Production

      APHASIOLOGY
    10. Kolk, HHJ; Hartsuiker, RJ
      Agrammatic sentence processing: Severity, complexity, and priming

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    11. Baum, SR; Pell, MD
      The neural bases of prosody: Insights from lesion studies and neuroimaging

      APHASIOLOGY
    12. Heeschen, C; Schegloff, EA
      Agrammatism, adaptation theory, conversation analysis: on the role of so-called telegraphic style in talk-in-interaction

      APHASIOLOGY
    13. Pell, MD
      Fundamental frequency encoding of linguistic and emotional prosody by right hemisphere-damaged speakers

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    14. Baum, SR; Boyczuk, JP
      Speech timing subsequent to brain damage: Effects of utterance length and complexity

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    15. Pell, MD
      The temporal organization of affective and non-affective speech in patients with right-hemisphere infarcts

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

      Journal of neurology
    17. MACNEILAGE PF
      THE FRAME CONTENT THEORY OF EVOLUTION OF SPEECH PRODUCTION (CORRECTEDVERSION OF 126BQ)/

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    18. MACNEILAGE PF
      THE FRAME CONTENT THEORY OF EVOLUTION OF SPEECH PRODUCTION/

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    19. GRELA B; GANDOUR J
      LOCUS OF FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT IN THE PRODUCTION OF SPEECH RHYTHM AFTER BRAIN-DAMAGE - A PRELIMINARY-STUDY

      Brain and language (Print)
    20. BASTIAANSE R; VANZONNEVELD R
      ON THE RELATION BETWEEN VERB INFLECTION AND VERB POSITION IN DUTCH AGRAMMATIC APHASICS

      Brain and language (Print)
    21. HARTSUIKER RJ; KOLK HHJ
      SYNTACTIC FACILITATION IN AGRAMMATIC SENTENCE PRODUCTION

      Brain and language
    22. NIEMI J
      MODULARITY OF PROSODY - AUTONOMY OF PHONOLOGICAL QUANTITY AND INTONATION IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    23. SWAAB TY; BROWN C; HAGOORT P
      UNDERSTANDING AMBIGUOUS WORDS IN SENTENCE CONTEXTS - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR DELAYED CONTEXTUAL SELECTION IN BROCAS-APHASIA

      Neuropsychologia
    24. GROSSMAN M; PAYER F; ONISHI K; DESPOSITO M; MORRISON D; SADEK A; ALAVI A
      LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION AND REGIONAL CEREBRAL DEFECTS IN FRONTOTEMPORAL DEGENERATION AND ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neurology
    25. MURRAY LL; HOLLAND AL; BEESON PM
      SPOKEN LANGUAGE OF INDIVIDUALS WITH MILD FLUENT APHASIA UNDER FOCUSEDAND DIVIDED-ATTENTION CONDITIONS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    26. SZELAG E; VONSTEINBUCHEL N; POPPEL E
      TEMPORAL PROCESSING DISORDERS IN PATIENTS WITH BROCAS-APHASIA

      Neuroscience letters
    27. HOOLE P; SCHROTERMORASCH H; ZIEGLER W
      PATTERNS OF LARYNGEAL APRAXIA IN 2 PATIENTS WITH BROCAS-APHASIA

      Clinical linguistics & phonetics
    28. VANDESANDTKOENDERMAN WME; BONTA E; WIELAERT SM; VISCHBRINK EG
      STIMULATING SENTENCE PRODUCTION IN AGRAMMATIC PATIENTS - THE EFFECT OF THE VISUAL CUE PROGRAM ON SPONTANEOUS SPEECH

      Aphasiology
    29. DEVESCOVI A; BATES E; DAMICO S; HERNANDEZ A; MARANGOLO P; PIZZAMIGLIO L; RAZZANO C
      AN ONLINE STUDY OF GRAMMATICALITY JUDGMENTS IN NORMAL AND APHASIC SPEAKERS OF ITALIAN

      Aphasiology
    30. KOHN SE; CRAGNOLINO A; PUSTEJOVSKY J
      PRONOUN PRODUCTION IN AGRAMMATIC SPEAKERS - PATTERNS OF USE AND AVOIDANCE IN CONTEXT NEUTRAL SENTENCES

      Aphasiology
    31. BAUM SR; PELL MD
      PRODUCTION OF AFFECTIVE AND LINGUISTIC PROSODY BY BRAIN-DAMAGED PATIENTS

      Aphasiology
    32. GANDOUR J; PONGLORPISIT S; POTISUK S; KHUNADORN F; BOONGIRD P; DECHONGKIT S
      INTERACTION BETWEEN TONE AND INTONATION IN THAI AFTER UNILATERAL BRAIN-DAMAGE

      Brain and language
    33. ABE K; UKITA H; YORIFUJI S; YANAGIHARA T
      CROSSED CEREBELLAR DIASCHISIS IN CHRONIC BROCAS-APHASIA

      Neuroradiology
    34. ABE K; UKITA H; YANAGIHARA T
      IMAGING IN PRIMARY PROGRESSIVE APHASIA

      Neuroradiology
    35. BAUM SR; PELL MD; LEONARD CL; GORDON JK
      THE ABILITY OF RIGHT-HEMISPHERE-DAMAGED AND LEFT-HEMISPHERE-DAMAGED INDIVIDUALS TO PRODUCE AND INTERPRET PROSODIC CUES MARKING PHRASAL BOUNDARIES

      Language and Speech
    36. BERTHIER ML; FERNANDEZ AM; CELDRAN EM; KULISEVSKY J
      PERCEPTUAL AND ACOUSTIC CORRELATES OF AFFECTIVE PROSODY REPETITION INTRANSCORTICAL APHASIAS

      Aphasiology
    37. MOEN I; SUNDET K
      PRODUCTION AND PERCEPTION OF WORD TONES (PITCH ACCENTS) IN PATIENTS WITH LEFT AND RIGHT-HEMISPHERE DAMAGE

      Brain and language
    38. THOMPSON CK; SHAPIRO LP; TAIT ME; JACOBS BJ; SCHNEIDER SL
      TRAINING WH-QUESTION PRODUCTION IN AGRAMMATIC APHASIA - ANALYSIS OF ARGUMENT AND ADJUNCT MOVEMENT

      Brain and language
    39. MILLER N
      PRONUNCIATION ERRORS IN ACQUIRED SPEECH DISORDERS - THE ERRORS OF OURWAYS

      European journal of disorders of communication
    40. PULVERMULLER F
      AGRAMMATISM - BEHAVIORAL DESCRIPTION AND NEUROBIOLOGICAL EXPLANATION

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    41. DYKSTRA K; GANDOUR J; STARK RE
      DISRUPTION OF PROSODY AFTER FRONTAL-LOBE SEIZURES IN THE NONDOMINANT HEMISPHERE

      Aphasiology
    42. MIYAKE A; CARPENTER PA; JUST MA
      REDUCED RESOURCES AND SPECIFIC IMPAIRMENTS IN NORMAL AND APHASIC SENTENCE COMPREHENSION

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    43. THOMPSON CK; SHAPIRO LP
      TRAINING SENTENCE PRODUCTION IN AGRAMMATISM - IMPLICATIONS FOR NORMALAND DISORDERED LANGUAGE

      Brain and language
    44. SHAPIRO LP; NAGEL HN
      LEXICAL PROPERTIES, PROSODY, AND SYNTAX - IMPLICATIONS FOR NORMAL ANDDISORDERED LANGUAGE

      Brain and language
    45. BLUMSTEIN SE
      IMPAIRMENTS OF SPEECH PRODUCTION AND SPEECH-PERCEPTION IN APHASIA

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    46. OUELLETTE GP; BAUM SR
      ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS OF PROSODIC CUES IN LEFT-HEMISPHERE AND RIGHT-HEMISPHERE-DAMAGED PATIENTS

      Aphasiology
    47. SCHWARTZ MF; SAFFRAN EM; FINK RB; MYERS JL; MARTIN N
      MAPPING THERAPY - A TREATMENT PROGRAM FOR AGRAMMATISM

      Aphasiology
    48. GANDOUR J; DECHONGKIT S; PONGLORPISIT S; KHUNADORN F
      SPEECH TIMING AT THE SENTENCE LEVEL IN THAI AFTER UNILATERAL BRAIN-DAMAGE

      Brain and language
    49. ACKERMANN H; HERTRICH I; ZIEGLER W
      DISTURBANCES OF SPEECH PROSODY IN NEUROLO GICAL DISEASES - A REVIEW

      Fortschritte der Neurologie, Psychiatrie


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