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    1. Devlin, JT; Russell, RP; Davis, MH; Price, CJ; Moss, HE; Fadili, MJ; Tyler, LK
      Is there an anatomical basis for category-specificity? Semantic memory studies in PET and fMRI

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    2. Tyler, LK; Moss, HE
      Towards a distributed account of conceptual knowledge

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    3. Fung, TD; Chertkow, H; Murtha, S; Whatmough, C; Peloquin, L; Whitehead, V; Templeman, FD
      The spectrum of category effects in object and action knowledge in dementia of the Alzheimer's type

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    4. Grossman, M; Robinson, K; Bernhardt, N; Koenig, P
      A rule-based categorization deficit in Alzheimer's disease?

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    5. Tyler, LK; Moss, HE
      Concepts and categories: What is the evidence for neural specialisation?

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    6. Luckhurst, L; Lloyd-Jones, TJ
      A selective deficit for living things after temporal lobectomy for relief of epileptic seizures

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

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    8. 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
    9. Moss, HE; Tyler, LK
      A progressive category-specific semantic deficit for non-living things

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    10. Dixon, MJ; Bub, DN; Chertkow, H; Arguin, M
      Object identification deficits in dementia of the Alzheimer type: Combinedeffects of semantic and visual proximity

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    11. Forde, EME; Humphreys, GW
      Category-specific recognition impairments: a review of important case studies and influential theories

      APHASIOLOGY
    12. Adrados, HP; Moreno, MAG; Labra, MJG
      Impaired aspects of categorical semantic memory in Alzheimer disease.

      PSICOTHEMA
    13. Moore, CJ; Price, CJ
      A functional neuroimaging study of the variables that generate category-specific object processing differences

      BRAIN
    14. CARAMAZZA A; SHELTON JR
      DOMAIN-SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS IN THE BRAIN - THE ANIMATE-INANIMATE DISTINCTION

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    15. GROSSMAN M; ROBINSON K; BIASSOU N; WHITEDEVINE T; DESPOSITO M
      SEMANTIC MEMORY IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - REPRESENTATIVENESS, ONTOLOGICCATEGORY, AND MATERIAL

      Neuropsychology
    16. LAIACONA M; BARBAROTTO R; CAPITANI E
      SEMANTIC CATEGORY DISSOCIATIONS IN NAMING - IS THERE A GENDER EFFECT IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychologia
    17. CARLESIMO GA; SABBADINI M; BOMBARDI P; DIPORTO E; LOASSES A; CALTAGIRONE C
      RETROGRADE MEMORY DEFICITS IN SEVERE CLOSED-HEAD INJURY PATIENTS

      Cortex
    18. 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
    19. TRANEL D; LOGAN CG; FRANK RJ; DAMASIO AR
      EXPLAINING CATEGORY RELATED EFFECTS IN THE RETRIEVAL OF CONCEPTUAL AND LEXICAL KNOWLEDGE FOR CONCRETE ENTITIES - OPERATIONALIZATION AND ANALYSIS OF FACTORS

      Neuropsychologia
    20. TIPPETT LJ; GROSSMAN M; FARAH MJ
      THE SEMANTIC MEMORY IMPAIRMENT OF ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - CATEGORY-SPECIFIC

      Cortex
    21. CAPITANI E; LAIACONA M; BARBAROTTO R; TRIVELLI C
      LIVING AND NONLIVING CATEGORIES - IS THERE A NORMAL ASYMMETRY

      Neuropsychologia
    22. DANIELE A; GIUSTOLISI L; SILVERI MC; COLOSIMO C; GAINOTTI G
      EVIDENCE FOR A POSSIBLE NEUROANATOMICAL BASIS FOR LEXICAL PROCESSING OF NOUNS AND VERBS

      Neuropsychologia


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