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    1. Hinojosa, JA; Martin-Loeches, M; Munoz, F; Casado, P; Fernandez-Frias, C; Pozo, MA
      Electrophysiological evidence of a semantic system commonly accessed by animals and tools categories

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    2. Funnell, E
      Evidence for scripts in semantic dementia Implications for theories of semantic memory

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    3. Garrard, P; Ralph, MAL; Hodges, JR; Patterson, K
      Prototypicality, distinctiveness, and intercorrelation: Analyses of the semantic attributes of living and nonliving concepts

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    4. Humphreys, GW; Forde, EME
      Hierarchies, similarity, and interactivity in object recognition: "Category-specific" neuropsychological deficits

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    5. Thompson-Schill, SL; Kan, IP
      Perceptual and conceptual sources of priming on a word generation task

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    6. Kiefer, M
      Perceptual and semantic sources of category-specific effects: Event-related potentials during picture and word categorization

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    7. Funnell, E
      Apperceptive agnosia and the visual recognition of object categories in dementia of the Alzheimer type

      NEUROCASE
    8. Marques, JF
      The "living things" impairment and the nature of semantic memory organisation: An experimental study using PI-release and semantic cues

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    9. Turnbull, OH; Laws, KR
      Loss of stored knowledge of object structure: Implications for "category-specific" deficits

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    10. Tyler, LK; Moss, HE; Durrant-Peatfield, MR; Levy, JP
      Conceptual structure and the structure of concepts: A distributed account of category-specific deficits

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    11. Saffran, EM
      The organization of semantic memory: In support of a distributed model

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    12. Moss, HE; Tyler, LK
      A progressive category-specific semantic deficit for non-living things

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    13. Gainotti, G
      What the locus of brain lesion tells us about the nature of the cognitive defect underlying category-specific disorders: A review

      CORTEX
    14. Shelton, JR; Caramazza, A
      Deficits in lexical and semantic processing: Implications for models of normal language

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    15. CARAMAZZA A; SHELTON JR
      DOMAIN-SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS IN THE BRAIN - THE ANIMATE-INANIMATE DISTINCTION

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    16. BUNN EM; TYLER LK; MOSS HE
      CATEGORY-SPECIFIC SEMANTIC DEFICITS - THE ROLE OF FAMILIARITY AND PROPERTY TYPE REEXAMINED

      Neuropsychology
    17. GARRARD P; PATTERSON K; WATSON PC; HODGES JR
      CATEGORY-SPECIFIC SEMANTIC LOSS IN DEMENTIA OF ALZHEIMERS TYPE - FUNCTIONAL-ANATOMICAL CORRELATIONS FROM CROSS-SECTIONAL ANALYSES

      Brain
    18. KOHANE DS; SANKAR WN; SHUBINA M; HU D; RIFAI N; BERDE CB
      SCIATIC-NERVE BLOCKADE IN INFANT, ADOLESCENT, AND ADULT RATS - A COMPARISON OF ROPIVACAINE WITH BUPIVACAINE

      Anesthesiology
    19. DIXON M; BUB DN; ARGUIN M
      THE INTERACTION OF OBJECT FORM AND OBJECT MEANING IN THE IDENTIFICATION PERFORMANCE OF A PATIENT WITH CATEGORY-SPECIFIC VISUAL AGNOSIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    20. MOSS HE; TYLER LK; JENNINGS F
      WHEN LEOPARDS LOSE THEIR SPOTS - KNOWLEDGE OF VISUAL PROPERTIES IN CATEGORY-SPECIFIC DEFICITS FOR LIVING THINGS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    21. FORDE EME; FRANCIS D; RIDDOCH MJ; RUMIATI RI; HUMPHREYS GW
      ON THE LINKS BETWEEN VISUAL KNOWLEDGE AND NAMING - A SINGLE-CASE STUDY OF A PATIENT WITH A CATEGORY-SPECIFIC IMPAIRMENT FOR LIVING THINGS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    22. GONNERMAN LM; ANDERSEN ES; DEVLIN JT; KEMPLER D; SEIDENBERG MS
      DOUBLE DISSOCIATION OF SEMANTIC CATEGORIES IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Brain and language
    23. ALEXANDER MP
      SPECIFIC SEMANTIC MEMORY LOSS AFTER HYPOXIC-ISCHEMIC INJURY

      Neurology
    24. ARGUIN M; BUB D; DUDEK G
      SHAPE INTEGRATION FOR VISUAL OBJECT RECOGNITION AND ITS IMPLICATION IN CATEGORY-SPECIFIC VISUAL AGNOSIA

      Visual cognition
    25. MONTANES P; GOLDBLUM MC; BOLLER F
      CLASSIFICATION DEFICITS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO LIVING AND NONLIVING THINGS

      Brain and language
    26. BOLES DB
      FACTOR-ANALYSIS AND THE CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES - UNLOCALIZED FUNCTIONS

      Neuropsychologia
    27. REUTERLORENZ PA; ROSENQUIST JN
      AUDITORY CUES AND INHIBITION OF RETURN - THE IMPORTANCE OF OCULOMOTORACTIVATION

      Experimental Brain Research
    28. GAINOTTI G; SILVERI MC; DANIELE A; GIUSTOLISI L
      NEUROANATOMICAL CORRELATES OF CATEGORY-SPECIFIC SEMANTIC DISORDERS - A CRITICAL SURVEY

      Memory
    29. LAWS KR; HUMBER SA; RAMSEY DJC; MCCARTHY RA
      PROBING SENSORY AND ASSOCIATIVE SEMANTICS FOR ANIMALS AND OBJECTS IN NORMAL SUBJECTS

      Memory
    30. LAWS KR; EVANS JJ; HODGES JR; MCCARTHY RA
      NAMING WITHOUT KNOWING AND APPEARANCE WITHOUT ASSOCIATIONS - EVIDENCEFOR CONSTRUCTIVE PROCESSES IN SEMANTIC MEMORY

      Memory
    31. DORICCHI F; ARMATI C; MARTORANO G; VIOLANI C
      GENERATION OF SKELETAL AND MULTIPART MENTAL VISUAL IMAGES IN THE CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES - A STUDY IN NORMAL SUBJECTS

      Neuropsychologia
    32. TROJANO L; GROSSI D
      A CRITICAL-REVIEW OF MENTAL-IMAGERY DEFECTS

      Brain and cognition
    33. MCCLELLAND JL
      THE ORGANIZATION OF MEMORY - A PARALLEL DISTRIBUTED-PROCESSING PERSPECTIVE

      Revue neurologique
    34. DERENZI E; LUCCHELLI F
      ARE SEMANTIC SYSTEMS SEPARATELY REPRESENTED IN THE BRAIN - THE CASE OF LIVING CATEGORY IMPAIRMENT

      Cortex
    35. SHERIDAN J; HUMPHREYS GW
      A VERBAL-SEMANTIC CATEGORY-SPECIFIC RECOGNITION IMPAIRMENT

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    36. LAIACONA M; BARBAROTTO R; CAPITANI E
      PERCEPTUAL AND ASSOCIATIVE KNOWLEDGE IN CATEGORY-SPECIFIC IMPAIRMENT OF SEMANTIC MEMORY - A STUDY OF 2 CASES

      Cortex


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