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    1. Tainturier, MJ; Moreaud, O; David, D; Leek, EC; Pellat, J
      Superior written over spoken picture naming in a case of frontotemporal dementia

      NEUROCASE
    2. Kiran, S; Thompson, CK; Hashimoto, N
      Training grapheme to phoneme conversion in patients with oral reading and naming deficits: A model-based approach

      APHASIOLOGY
    3. Cuetos, F; Labos, E
      The autonomy of the orthographic pathway in a shallow language: Data from an aphasic patient

      APHASIOLOGY
    4. Basso, A; Marangolo, P; Piras, F; Galluzzi, C
      Acquisition of new "words" in normal subjects: A suggestion for the treatment of anemia

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    5. Kemmerer, D; Tranel, D
      Verb retrieval in brain-damaged subjects: 2. Analysis of errors

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    6. Schwartz, MF; Brecher, A
      A model-driven analysis of severity, response characteristics, and partialrecovery in aphasics' picture naming

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    7. Murray, LL
      The effects of varying attentional demands on the word retrieval skills ofadults with aphasia, right hemisphere brain damage, or no brain damage

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    8. Rapp, B; Goldrick, M
      Discreteness and interactivity in spoken word production

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    9. Ruml, W; Caramazza, A
      An evaluation of a computational model of lexical access: Comment on Dell et al. (1997)

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    10. Dell, GS; Schwartz, MF; Martin, N; Saffran, EM; Gagnon, DA
      The role of computational models in neuropsychological investigations of language: Reply to Ruml and Caramazza (2000)

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    11. Ralph, MAL; Sage, K; Roberts, J
      Classical anemia: a neuropsychological perspective on speech production

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

      COGNITION
    13. Humphreys, GW; Price, CJ; Riddoch, MJ
      From objects to names: A cognitive neuroscience approach

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG
    14. Beeson, PM
      Treating acquired writing impairment: strengthening graphemic representations

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

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

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    17. Hillis, AE; Boatman, D; Hart, J; Gordon, B
      Making sense out of jargon - A neurolinguistic and computational account of jargon aphasia

      NEUROLOGY
    18. Hillis, AE; Rapp, BC; Caramazza, A
      When a rose is a rose in speech but a tulip in writing

      CORTEX
    19. HOWARD D; HARDING D
      SELF-CUEING OF WORD RETRIEVAL BY A WOMAN WITH APHASIA - WHY A LETTER BOARD WORKS

      Aphasiology
    20. WEEKES BS; CHEN MJ; QUN HC; LIN YB; YAO C; XIAO XY
      ANEMIA AND DYSLEXIA IN CHINESE - A FAMILIAR STORY

      Aphasiology
    21. BLANKEN G
      LEXICALISATION IN SPEECH PRODUCTION - EVIDENCE FROM FORM-RELATED WORDSUBSTITUTIONS IN APHASIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    22. BARBAROTTO R; CAPITANI E; JORI T; LAIACONA M; MOLINARI S
      PICTURE NAMING AND PROGRESSION OF ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - AN ANALYSIS OFERROR TYPES

      Neuropsychologia
    23. HUMPHREYS GW; RIDDOCH MJ; PRICE CJ
      TOP-DOWN PROCESSES IN OBJECT IDENTIFICATION - EVIDENCE FROM EXPERIMENTAL-PSYCHOLOGY, NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL-ANATOMY

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    24. DELOCHE G; HANNEQUIN D; DORDAIN M; PERRIER D; CARDEBAT D; METZLUTZ MN; PICHARD B; QUINT S; KREMIN H
      PICTURE WRITTEN NAMING - PERFORMANCE PARALLELS AND DIVERGENCES BETWEEN APHASIC PATIENTS AND NORMAL SUBJECTS

      Aphasiology
    25. NEWTON PK; BARRY C
      CONCRETENESS EFFECTS IN WORD PRODUCTION BUT NOT WORD COMPREHENSION INDEEP DYSLEXIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    26. KATZ RB; LANZONI SM
      ACTIVATION OF THE PHONOLOGICAL LEXICON FOR READING AND OBJECT NAMING IN DEEP DYSLEXIA

      Brain and language
    27. RAYMER AM; FOUNDAS AL; MAHER LM; GREENWALD ML; MORRIS M; ROTHI LJG; HEILMAN KM
      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS AND NEUROANATOMICAL CORRELATES IN A CASE OF ACUTE ANOMIA

      Brain and language
    28. DELL GS; SCHWARTZ MF; MARTIN N; SAFFRAN EM; GAGNON DA
      LEXICAL ACCESS IN APHASIC AND NONAPHASIC SPEAKERS

      Psychological review
    29. MCGREGOR KK
      THE NATURE OF WORD-FINDING ERRORS OF PRESCHOOLERS WITH AND WITHOUT WORD-FINDING DEFICITS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    30. BEST W
      WHEN RACQUETS ARE BASKETS BUT BASKETS ARE BISCUITS, WHERE DO THE WORDS COME FROM - A SINGLE-CASE STUDY OF FORMAL PARAPHASIC ERRORS IN APHASIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    31. DELOCHE G; HANNEQUIN D; DORDAIN M; PERRIER D; PICHARD B; QUINT S; METZLUTZ MN; KREMIN H; CARDEBAT D
      CONFRONTATION ORAL NAMING - PERFORMANCE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN APHASICS AND NORMALS

      Brain and language
    32. KERR C
      DYSNOMIA FOLLOWING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY - AN INFORMATION-PROCESSINGAPPROACH TO ASSESSMENT

      Brain injury
    33. NICKELS L
      GETTING IT RIGHT - USING APHASIC NAMING ERRORS TO EVALUATE THEORETICAL-MODELS OF SPOKEN WORD RECOGNITION

      Language and cognitive processes
    34. NICKELS L; HOWARD D
      APHASIC NAMING - WHAT MATTERS

      Neuropsychologia
    35. ORPWOOD L; WARRINGTON EK
      WORD SPECIFIC IMPAIRMENTS IN NAMING AND SPELLING BUT NOT READING

      Cortex
    36. HOWARD D
      THE TREATMENT OF ACQUIRED APHASIA

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    37. HIRSH KW; ELLIS AW
      AGE OF ACQUISITION AND LEXICAL PROCESSING IN APHASIA - A CASE-STUDY

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    38. RUIZ A; ANSALDO AI; LECOURS AR
      2 CASES OF DEEP DYSLEXIA IN UNILINGUAL HISPANOPHONE APHASICS

      Brain and language
    39. PRING T; HAMILTON A; HARWOOD A; MACBRIDE L
      GENERALIZATION OF NAMING AFTER PICTURE WORD MATCHING TASKS - ONLY ITEMS APPEARING IN THERAPY BENEFIT

      Aphasiology
    40. PLAUT DC; SHALLICE T
      DEEP DYSLEXIA - A CASE-STUDY OF CONNECTIONIST NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    41. MACARUSO P; MCCLOSKEY M; ALIMINOSA D
      THE FUNCTIONAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE COGNITIVE NUMERICAL-PROCESSING SYSTEM - EVIDENCE FROM A PATIENT WITH MULTIPLE IMPAIRMENTS

      Cognitive neuropsychology


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