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    1. Hodges, JR; Miller, B
      The neuropsychology of frontal variant frontotemporal dementia and semantic dementia, introduction to the special topic papers: Part II

      NEUROCASE
    2. Caine, D; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR; Heard, R; Halliday, G
      Severe anterograde amnesia with extensive hippocampal degeneration in a case of rapidly progressive frontotemporal dementia

      NEUROCASE
    3. Altmann, LJP; Kempler, D; Andersen, ES
      Speech errors in Alzheimer's disease: Reevaluating morphosyntactic preservation

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    4. Hodges, JR; Graham, KS
      Episodic memory: insights from semantic dementia

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    5. Ralph, MAL; McClelland, JL; Patterson, K; Galton, CJ; Hodges, JR
      No right to speak? The relationship between object naming and semantic impairment: Neuropsychological abstract evidence and a computational model

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Simons, JS; Graham, KS; Galton, CJ; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      Semantic knowledge and episodic memory for faces in semantic dementia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    7. Mesulam, MM
      Primary progressive aphasia

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    8. Arkin, S; Mahendra, N
      Discourse analysis of Alzheimer's patients before and after intervention: Methodology and outcomes

      APHASIOLOGY
    9. Armstrong, E
      Connecting lexical patterns of verb usage with discourse meanings in aphasia

      APHASIOLOGY
    10. Patterson, K; Ralph, MAL; Hodges, JR; McClelland, JL
      Deficits in irregular past-tense verb morphology associated with degraded semantic knowledge

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    11. Galton, CJ; Patterson, K; Graham, K; Lambon-Ralph, MA; Williams, G; Antoun, N; Sahakian, BJ; Hodges, JR
      Differing patterns of temporal atrophy in Alzheimer's disease and semanticdementia

      NEUROLOGY
    12. Galton, CJ; Gomez-Anson, B; Antoun, N; Scheltens, P; Patterson, K; Graves, M; Sahakian, BJ; Hodges, JR
      Temporal lobe rating scale: application to Alzheimer's disease and frontotemporal dementia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    13. Snowden, JS
      Commentary on Liepmann 1908 and Rosenfeld 1909

      CORTEX
    14. Murre, JMJ; Graham, KS; Hodges, JR
      Semantic dementia: relevance to connectionist models of long-term memory

      BRAIN
    15. Galante, E; Tralli, A; Zuffi, M; Avanzi, S
      Primary progressive aphasia: a patient with stress assignment impairment in reading aloud

      NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    16. Mummery, CJ; Patterson, K; Price, CJ; Ashburner, J; Frackowiak, RSJ; Hodges, JR
      A voxel-based morphometry study of semantic dementia: Relationship betweentemporal lobe atrophy and semantic memory

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    17. Armstrong, E
      Aphasic discourse analysis: The story so far

      APHASIOLOGY
    18. Cipolotti, L
      Sparing of country and nationality names in a case of modality-specific oral output impairment: Implications for theories of speech production

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    19. Penn, C
      Paying attention to conversation

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    20. Bozeat, S; Ralph, MAL; Patterson, K; Garrard, P; Hodges, JR
      Non-verbal semantic impairment in semantic dementia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    21. Graham, KS; Simons, JS; Pratt, KH; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      Insights from semantic dementia on the relationship between episodic and semantic memory

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    22. Knott, R; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      The role of speech production in auditory-verbal short-term memory: evidence from progressive fluent aphasia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    23. Graham, NL; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      The impact of semantic memory impairment on spelling: evidence from semantic dementia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    24. Ward, J; Stott, R; Parkin, AJ
      The role of semantics in reading and spelling: evidence for the 'summationhypothesis'

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    25. Fukui, T; Kertesz, A
      Volumetric study of lobar atrophy in Pick complex and Alzheimer's disease

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    26. Nass, R; Boyce, L; Leventhal, F; Levine, B; Allen, J; Maxfield, C; Salsberg, D; Sarno, M; George, A
      Acquired aphasia in children after surgical resection of left-thalamic tumors

      DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE AND CHILD NEUROLOGY
    27. Graham, KS
      Semantic dementia: a challenge to the multiple-trace theory?

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    28. Graham, KS; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      Episodic memory: new insights from the study of semantic dementia

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    29. Graham, KS; Patterson, K; Pratt, KH; Hodges, JR
      Relearning and subsequent forgetting of semantic category exemplars in a case of semantic dementia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    30. Hodges, JR; Patterson, K; Ward, R; Garrard, P; Bak, T; Perry, R; Gregory, C
      The differentiation of semantic dementia and frontal lobe dementia (temporal and frontal variants of frontotemporal dementia) from early Alzheimer's disease: A comparative neuropsychological study

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    31. Garrard, P; Hodges, JR
      Semantic dementia: implications for the neural basis of language and meaning

      APHASIOLOGY
    32. Croot, K; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      Familial progressive aphasia: Insights into the nature and deterioration of single word processing

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    33. Graham, KS; Hodges, JR
      Episodic memory in semantic dementia: Implications for the roles played bythe perirhinal and hippocampal memory systems in new learning

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    34. Ralph, MAL; Graham, KS; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      Is a picture worth a thousand words? Evidence from concept definitions by patients with semantic dementia

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    35. Zakzanis, KK
      The neuropsychological signature of primary progressive aphasia

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    36. Harasty, JA; Halliday, GM; Kril, JJ; Code, C
      Specific temporoparietal gyral atrophy reflects the pattern of language dissolution in Alzheimer's disease

      BRAIN
    37. Mummery, CJ; Patterson, K; Wise, RJS; Vandenbergh, R; Price, CJ; Hodges, JR
      Disrupted temporal lobe connections in semantic dementia

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

      Journal of neurology
    39. RALPH MAL; ELLIS AW; SAGE K
      WORD MEANING BLINDNESS REVISITED

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    40. NASS R; LEVENTHAL F; LEVINE B; LEBRON D; MAXFIELD C; MCCAUL P; GEORGE A; ALLEN J
      CONDUCTION APHASIA IN A 3-YEAR-OLD WITH A LEFT POSTERIOR CORTICAL SUBCORTICAL ABSCESS/

      Brain and language
    41. RALPH MAL; GRAHAM KS; ELLIS AW; HODGES JR
      NAMING IN SEMANTIC DEMENTIA - WHAT MATTERS

      Neuropsychologia
    42. HODGES JR; GRAHAM KS
      A REVERSAL OF THE TEMPORAL GRADIENT FOR FAMOUS PERSON KNOWLEDGE IN SEMANTIC DEMENTIA - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE NEURAL ORGANIZATION OF LONG-TERM-MEMORY

      Neuropsychologia
    43. SCHWARZ M; DEBLESER R; POECK K; WEIS J
      A CASE OF PRIMARY PROGRESSIVE APHASIA - A 14-YEAR FOLLOW-UP-STUDY WITH NEUROPATHOLOGICAL FINDINGS

      Brain
    44. MARTINS IP
      CHILDHOOD APHASIAS

      Clinical neuroscience
    45. LOCK S; ARMSTRONG L
      COHESION ANALYSIS OF THE EXPOSITORY DISCOURSE OF NORMAL, FLUENT APHASIC AND DEMENTED ADULTS - A ROLE IN DIFFERENTIAL-DIAGNOSIS

      Clinical linguistics & phonetics
    46. KNOTT R; PATTERSON K; HODGES JR
      LEXICAL AND SEMANTIC BINDING EFFECTS IN SHORT-TERM-MEMORY - EVIDENCE FROM SEMANTIC DEMENTIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    47. GRAHAM KS; RALPH MAL; HODGES JR
      DETERMINING THE IMPACT OF AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL EXPERIENCE ON MEANING - NEW INSIGHTS FROM INVESTIGATING SPORTS-RELATED VOCABULARY AND KNOWLEDGE IN 2 CASES WITH SEMANTIC DEMENTIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    48. PLAUT DC
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN THE LEXICAL SYSTEM - INSIGHTS FROM DISTRIBUTED MODELS OF WORD READING AND LEXICAL DECISION

      Language and cognitive processes
    49. WESTBURY C; BUB D
      PRIMARY PROGRESSIVE APHASIA - A REVIEW OF 112 CASES

      Brain and language
    50. TYLER LK; MOSS HE; PATTERSON K; HODGES J
      THE GRADUAL DETERIORATION OF SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS IN A PATIENT WITH PROGRESSIVE APHASIA

      Brain and language
    51. WATT S; JOKEL R; BEHRMANN M
      SURFACE DYSLEXIA IN NONFLUENT PROGRESSIVE APHASIA

      Brain and language
    52. LAUROGROTTO R; PICCINI C; SHALLICE T
      MODALITY-SPECIFIC OPERATIONS IN SEMANTIC DEMENTIA

      Cortex
    53. PAQUIER PF; VANDONGEN HR
      REVIEW OF RESEARCH ON THE CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF ACQUIRED CHILDHOODAPHASIA - REPLY

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    54. SNOW D; SWISHER L
      NEUROBEHAVIORAL ANALOGIES BETWEEN SYNDROMES OF ACQUIRED AND DEVELOPMENTAL LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT - HYPOTHESES FOR RESEARCH

      Aphasiology
    55. PAQUIER PF; VANDONGEN HR
      REVIEW OF RESEARCH ON THE CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF ACQUIRED CHILDHOODAPHASIA

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    56. EDWARDS S
      PROFILING FLUENT APHASIC SPONTANEOUS SPEECH - A COMPARISON OF 2 METHODOLOGIES

      European journal of disorders of communication
    57. HYND GW; LEATHEM J; SEMRUDCLIKEMAN M; HERN KL; WENNER M
      ANEMIC APHASIA IN CHILDHOOD

      Journal of child neurology
    58. HAMBERGER MJ; FRIEDMAN D; RITTER W; ROSEN J
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL AND BEHAVIORAL-CORRELATES OF SEMANTIC PROCESSING IN ALZHEIMERS PATIENTS AND NORMAL CONTROLS

      Brain and language
    59. REUTER BM; SCHONLE PW; KURTHEN M
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN APHASIC PATIE NTS - AN N400 STUDY

      EEG-EMG
    60. PAQUIER P; VANDONGEN HR
      CURRENT TRENDS IN ACQUIRED CHILDHOOD APHASIA - AN INTRODUCTION

      Aphasiology


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