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    1. Schiller, NO; Greenhall, JA; Shelton, JR; Caramazza, A
      Serial order effects in spelling errors: Evidence from two dysgraphic patients

      NEUROCASE
    2. Service, E; Turpeinen, R
      Working memory in spelling: Evidence from backward typing

      MEMORY
    3. Friedmann, N; Gvion, A
      Letter position dyslexia

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    4. Graham, NL; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      The emergence of jargon in progressive fluent dysgraphia: The widening gapbetween target and response

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    5. Kokubo, K; Suzuki, K; Yamadori, A; Satou, K
      Pure Kana agraphia as a manifestation of graphemic buffer impairment

      CORTEX
    6. Pestell, S; Shanks, MF; Warrington, J; Venneri, A
      Quality of spelling breakdown in Alzheimer's disease is independent of disease progression

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    7. Graham, NL
      Dysgraphia in dementia

      NEUROCASE
    8. Shallice, T; Rumiati, RI; Zadini, A
      The selective impairment of the phonological output buffer

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    9. Law, SP; Leung, MT
      Structural representations of characters in Chinese writing: Evidence froma case of acquired dysgraphia

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    10. Greenwald, ML; Berndt, RS
      Impaired encoding of abstract letter order: Severe alexia in a mildly aphasic patient

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    11. Glosser, G; Kohn, SE; Sands, L; Grugan, PK; Friedman, RB
      Impaired spelling in Alzheimer's disease: a linguistic deficit?

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    12. MacKay, DG; Abrams, L
      Age-linked declines in retrieving orthographic knowledge: Empirical, practical, and theoretical implications

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    13. NEILSSTRUNJAS J; SHUREN J; ROELTGEN D; BROWN C
      PERSEVERATIVE WRITING ERRORS IN A PATIENT WITH ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Brain and language (Print)
    14. HASHIMOTO R; TANAKA Y; YOSHIDA M
      SELECTIVE KANA JARGONAGRAPHIA FOLLOWING RIGHT HEMISPHERIC INFARCTION

      Brain and language (Print)
    15. ANNONI JM; LEMAY MA; PIMENTA MAD; LECOURS AR
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF ATTENTIONAL MECHANISMS TO AN IRREGULARITY EFFECT AT THE GRAPHEMIC BUFFER LEVEL

      Brain and language (Print)
    16. GRAHAM NL; PATTERSON K; HODGES JR
      PROGRESSIVE DYSGRAPHIA - COOCCURRENCE OF CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL IMPAIRMENTS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    17. ZESIGER P; MARTORY MD; MAYER E
      WRITING WITHOUT GRAPHIC MOTOR PATTERNS - A CASE OF DYSGRAPHIA FOR LETTERS AND DIGITS SPARING SHORTHAND WRITING

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    18. MICELI G; CAPASSO R; IVELLA A; CARAMAZZA A
      ACQUIRED DYSGRAPHIA IN ALPHABETIC AND STENOGRAPHIC HANDWRITING

      Cortex
    19. CANTAGALLO A; BONAZZI S
      ACQUIRED DYSGRAPHIA WITH SELECTIVE DAMAGE TO THE GRAPHEMIC BUFFER - ASINGLE-CASE REPORT

      Italian journal of neurological sciences
    20. POUND C
      WRITING REMEDIATION USING PRESERVED ORAL SPELLING - A CASE FOR SEPARATE OUTPUT BUFFERS

      Aphasiology
    21. BADECKER W; RAPP B; CARAMAZZA A
      LEXICAL MORPHOLOGY AND THE 2 ORTHOGRAPHIC ROUTES

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    22. WARD J; ROMANI C
      SERIAL POSITION EFFECTS IN A CASE OF DEEP DYSGRAPHIA

      Brain and language
    23. CROISILE B; BRABANT MJ; CARMOI T; LEPAGE Y; AIMARD G; TRILLET M
      COMPARISON BETWEEN ORAL AND WRITTEN SPELLING IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Brain and language
    24. CIPOLOTTI L; WARRINGTON EK
      DOES RECOGNIZING ORALLY SPELLED WORDS DEPEND ON READING - AN INVESTIGATION INTO A CASE OF BETTER WRITTEN THAN ORAL SPELLING

      Neuropsychologia
    25. BADECKER W
      REPRESENTATIONAL PROPERTIES COMMON TO PHONOLOGICAL AND ORTHOGRAPHIC OUTPUT SYSTEMS

      Lingua
    26. HANLEY JR; PETERS S
      A DISSOCIATION BETWEEN THE ABILITY TO PRINT AND WRITE CURSIVELY IN LOWER-CASE LETTERS

      Cortex
    27. SILVERI MC
      PERIPHERAL ASPECTS OF WRITING CAN BE DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTED BY SENSORY AND ATTENTIONAL DEFECT - EVIDENCE FROM A PATIENT WITH AFFERENT DYSGRAPHIA AND CASE DISSOCIATION

      Cortex
    28. SHALLICE T; GLASSPOOL DW; HOUGHTON G
      CAN NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL EVIDENCE INFORM CONNECTIONIST MODELING - ANALYSES OF SPELLING

      Language and cognitive processes
    29. LAMBERT J; VIADER F; EUSTACHE F; MORIN P
      CONTRIBUTION TO PERIPHERAL AGRAPHIA - A CASE OF POST-ALLOGRAPHIC IMPAIRMENT

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    30. TROJANO L; BALBI P; RUSSO G; ELEFANTE R
      PATTERNS OF RECOVERY AND CHANGE IN VERBAL AND NONVERBAL FUNCTIONS IN A CASE OF CROSSED APHASIA - IMPLICATIONS FOR MODELS OF FUNCTIONAL BRAIN LATERALIZATION AND LOCALIZATION

      Brain and language
    31. CATALA M; FONTAINE B; RANCUREL G
      ALPHABETICAL PARAGRAPHIA IN A LIMITED MIDDLE CEREBRAL-ARTERY STROKE

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    32. ZESIGER P; PEGNA A; RILLIET B
      UNILATERAL DYSGRAPHIA OF THE DOMINANT HAND IN A LEFT-HANDER - A DISRUPTION OF GRAPHIC MOTOR PATTERN SELECTION

      Cortex
    33. TROJANO L; CHIACCHIO L
      PURE DYSGRAPHIA WITH RELATIVE SPARING OF LOWER-CASE WRITING

      Cortex


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