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    1. Baluch, B; Besner, D
      Basic processes in reading: Semantics affects speeded naming of high-frequency words in an alphabetic script

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE
    2. Bird, H; Franklin, S; Howard, D
      Age of acquisition and imageability ratings for a large set of words, including verbs and function words

      BEHAVIOR RESEARCH METHODS INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS
    3. Van Orden, GC; Pennington, BF; Stone, GO
      What do double dissociations prove?

      COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    4. Coltheart, M; Rastle, K; Perry, C; Langdon, R; Ziegler, J
      DRC: A dual route cascaded model of visual word recognition and reading aloud

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    5. Beland, R; Mimouni, Z
      Deep dyslexia in the two languages of an Arabic/French bilingual patient

      COGNITION
    6. Saffran, EM; Coslett, HB; DeSalme, EJF
      How is your B-A-B-Y? Dissociated oral and written production

      NEUROCASE
    7. Davies, PD; Funnell, E
      Semantic representation and ease of predication

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    8. Bird, H; Howard, D; Franklin, S
      Why is a verb like an inanimate object? Grammatical category and semantic category deficits

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    9. Wise, RJS; Howard, D; Mummery, CJ; Fletcher, P; Leff, A; Buchel, C; Scott, SK
      Noun imageability and the temporal lobes

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    10. Ralph, MAL; Sage, K; Roberts, J
      Classical anemia: a neuropsychological perspective on speech production

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    11. McLeod, P; Shallice, T; Plaut, DC
      Attractor dynamics in word recognition: converging evidence from errors bynormal subjects, dyslexic patients and a connectionist model

      COGNITION
    12. Brysbaert, M; Grondelaers, S; Ratinckx, E
      Sentence reading: Do we make use of orthographic cues in homophones?

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    13. Plaut, DC
      A connectionist approach to word reading and acquired dyslexia: Extension to sequential processing

      COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    14. Miceli, G; Capasso, R; Caramazza, A
      Sublexical conversion procedures and the interaction of phonological and orthographic lexical forms

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    15. Makisalo, J; Niemi, J; Laine, M
      Finnish compound structure: Experiments with a morphologically impaired patient

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    16. Laing, E; Hulme, C
      Phonological and semantic processes influence beginning readers' ability to learn to read words

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    17. VANHELL JG; DEGROOT AMB
      DISENTANGLING CONTEXT AVAILABILITY AND CONCRETENESS IN LEXICAL DECISION AND WORD TRANSLATION

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    18. HARLEY TA
      THE SEMANTIC DEFICIT IN DEMENTIA - CONNECTIONIST APPROACHES TO WHAT GOES WRONG IN PICTURE NAMING

      Aphasiology
    19. ARDILA A
      SEMANTIC PARALEXIAS IN THE SPANISH-LANGUAGE

      Aphasiology
    20. SAFFRAN EM; COSLETT HB
      IMPLICIT VS. LETTER-BY-LETTER READING IN PURE ALEXIA - A TALE OF 2 SYSTEMS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    21. NAKAMURA K; MEGURO K; YAMAZAKI H; ISHIZAKI J; SAITO H; SAITO N; SHIMADA M; YAMAGUCHI S; SHIMADA Y; YAMADORI A
      KANJI-PREDOMINANT ALEXIA IN ADVANCED ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    22. TYLER LK; MOSS HE
      IMAGEABILITY AND CATEGORY-SPECIFICITY

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    23. VANORDEN GC; OPDEHAAR MAJ; BOSMAN AMT
      COMPLEX DYNAMIC-SYSTEMS ALSO PREDICT DISSOCIATIONS, BUT THEY DO NOT REDUCE TO AUTONOMOUS COMPONENTS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    24. MICHEL F; HENAFF MA; INTRILIGATOR J
      2 DIFFERENT READERS IN THE SAME BRAIN AFTER A POSTERIOR CALLOSAL LESION

      NeuroReport
    25. PLAUT DC; MCCLELLAND JL; SEIDENBERG MS; PATTERSON K
      UNDERSTANDING NORMAL AND IMPAIRED WORD READING - COMPUTATIONAL PRINCIPLES IN QUASI-REGULAR DOMAINS

      Psychological review
    26. PLAUT DC
      DOUBLE DISSOCIATION WITHOUT MODULARITY - EVIDENCE FROM CONNECTIONIST NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    27. MOSS HE; TYLER LK
      INVESTIGATING SEMANTIC MEMORY IMPAIRMENTS - THE CONTRIBUTION OF SEMANTIC PRIMING

      Memory
    28. STRAIN E; PATTERSON K; SEIDENBERG MS
      SEMANTIC EFFECTS IN SINGLE-WORD NAMING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    29. FRANKLIN S; HOWARD D; PATTERSON K
      ABSTRACT WORD ANOMIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    30. GOODALL WC; PHILLIPS WA
      3 ROUTES FROM PRINT TO SOUND - EVIDENCE FROM A CASE OF ACQUIRED DYSLEXIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    31. PHILLIPS WA; GOODALL WC
      LEXICAL WRITING CAN BE NONSEMANTIC AND IT CAN BE FLUENT WITHOUT PRACTICE

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    32. HARLEY TA
      CONNECTIONIST MODELS OF ANEMIA - A COMMENT ON NICKELS

      Language and cognitive processes
    33. BEST W
      A REVERSE LENGTH EFFECT IN DYSPHASIC NAMING - WHEN ELEPHANT IS EASIERTHAN ANT

      Cortex
    34. PLAZA M
      DYSPHONETIC DYSLEXIA AND SEMANTIC PATH

      La Psychiatrie de l'enfant


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