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    1. Copland, DA; Chenery, HJ; Murdoch, BE
      Discourse priming of homophones in individuals with dominant nonthalamic subcortical lesions, cortical lesions and Parkinson's disease

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    2. Demonet, JF; Thierry, G
      Language and brain: What is up? What is coming up?

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    3. Bryan, KL; Hale, JB
      Differential effects of left and right cerebral vascular accidents on language competency

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    4. Rhee, J; Antiquena, P; Grossman, M
      Verb comprehension in frontotemporal degeneration: The role of grammatical, semantic and executive components

      NEUROCASE
    5. Maess, B; Koelsch, S; Gunter, TC; Friederici, AD
      Musical syntax is processed in Broca's area: an MEG study

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

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    7. Michael, EB; Keller, TA; Carpenter, PA; Just, MA
      fMRI investigation of sentence comprehension by eye and by ear: Modality fingerprints on cognitive processes

      HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING
    8. Indefrey, P; Hagoort, P; Herzog, H; Seitz, RJ; Brown, CM
      Syntactic processing in left prefrontal cortex is independent of lexical meaning

      NEUROIMAGE
    9. Moro, A; Tettamanti, M; Perani, D; Donati, C; Cappa, SF; Fazio, F
      Syntax and the brain: Disentangling grammar by selective anomalies

      NEUROIMAGE
    10. Moritz, S; Mersmann, K; Quast, C; Andresen, B
      Association norms for 68 German homonymes

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR EXPERIMENTELLE PSYCHOLOGIE
    11. Ferstl, EC; von Cramon, DY
      The role of coherence and cohesion in text comprehension: an event-relatedfMRI study

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Bokde, ALW; Tagamets, MA; Friedman, RB; Horwitz, B
      Functional interactions of the inferior frontal cortex during the processing of words and word-like stimuli

      NEURON
    13. Boland, JE; Blodgett, A
      Understanding the constraints on syntactic generation: Lexical bias and discourse congruency effects on eye movements

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    14. Sturt, P; Pickering, MJ; Scheepers, C; Crocker, MW
      The preservation of structure in language comprehension: Is reanalysis thelast resort?

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    15. Carlson, K; Clifton, C; Frazier, L
      Prosodic boundaries in adjunct attachment

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    16. Ferretti, TR; McRae, K; Hatherell, A
      Integrating verbs, situation schemas, and thematic role concepts

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    17. Gaskell, MG; Marslen-Wilson, WD
      Lexical ambiguity resolution and spoken word recognition: Bridging the gap

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    18. Binder, KS; Duffy, SA; Rayner, K
      The effects of thematic fit and discourse context on syntactic ambiguity resolution

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    19. Pickering, MJ; Traxler, MJ
      Strategies for processing unbounded dependencies: Lexical information and verb-argument assignment

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    20. Gordon, PC; Hendrick, R; Johnson, M
      Memory interference during language processing

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    21. Peterson, RR; Burgess, C; Dell, GS; Eberhard, KA
      Dissociation between syntactic and semantic processing during idiom comprehension

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    22. McElree, B
      Working memory and focal attention

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    23. Pickering, MJ; Frisson, S
      Processing ambiguous verbs: Evidence from eye movements

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    24. Hanten, G; Martin, RC
      A developmental phonological short-term memory deficit: A case study

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    25. Whitney, P; Arnett, PA; Driver, A; Budd, D
      Measuring central executive functioning: What's in a reading span?

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    26. Beretta, A
      Linear and structural accounts of theta-role assignment in agrammatic aphasia

      APHASIOLOGY
    27. Shapiro, LP; Friedmann, N
      Your syntactic component really is necessary: A commentary on D. van Lancker, "Is your syntactic component really necessary?"

      APHASIOLOGY
    28. Thompson, CK; Bastiannse, R; Fix, SC
      Yes

      APHASIOLOGY
    29. Fassbinder, W; Tompkins, CA
      Slowed lexical-semantic activation in individuals with right hemisphere brain damage?

      APHASIOLOGY
    30. Almor, A; MacDonald, MC; Kempler, D; Andersen, ES; Tyler, LK
      Comprehension of long distance number agreement in probable Alzheimer's disease

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    31. Vos, SH; Gunter, TC; Schriefers, H; Friederici, AD
      Syntactic parsing and working memory: The effects of syntactic complexity,reading span, and concurrent load

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    32. Just, MA; Carpenter, PA; Maguire, M; Diwadkar, V; McMains, S
      Mental rotation of objects retrieved from memory: A functional MRI study of spatial processing

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-GENERAL
    33. Pinango, MM; Zurif, EB
      Semantic operations in aphasic comprehension: Implications for the cortical organization of language

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    34. Caplan, D
      Points regarding the functional neuroanatomy of syntactic processing: A response to Zurif (2001)

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    35. Townsend, DJ; Carrithers, C; Bever, TG
      Familial handedness and access to words, meaning, and syntax during sentence comprehension

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    36. Walker, JP; Fongemie, K; Daigle, T
      Prosodic facilitation in the resolution of syntactic ambiguities in subjects with left and right hemisphere damage

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    37. MacDonald, MC; Almor, A; Henderson, VW; Kempler, D; Andersen, ES
      Assessing working memory and language comprehension in Alzheimer's disease

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    38. Caramazza, A; Capitani, E; Rey, A; Berndt, RS
      Agrammatic Broca's aphasia is not associated with a single pattern of comprehension performance

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    39. Drai, D; Grodzinsky, Y; Zurif, E
      Broca's aphasia is associated with a single pattern of comprehension performance: A reply

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    40. Friederici, AD
      Syntactic, prosodic, and semantic processes in the brain: Evidence from event-related neuroimaging

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    41. Caplan, D
      Functional neuroimaging studies of syntactic processing

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    42. Fiebach, CJ; Schlesewsky, M; Friederici, AD
      Syntactic working memory and the establishment of filler-gap dependencies:Insights from ERPs and fMRI

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    43. Newman, AJ; Pancheva, R; Ozawa, K; Neville, HJ; Ullman, MT
      An event-related fMRI study of syntactic and semantic violations

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    44. Slabakova, R
      Aspectual constraints in the mental lexicon

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    45. Ullman, MT
      The declarative/procedural model of lexicon and grammar

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    46. Kambe, G; Rayner, K; Duffy, SA
      Global context effects on processing lexically ambiguous words: Evidence from eye fixations

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    47. Bates, E; Devescovi, A; Wulfeck, B
      Psycholinguistics: A cross-language perspective

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGY
    48. Vos, SH; Gunter, TC; Kolk, HHJ; Mulder, G
      Working memory constraints on syntactic processing: An electrophysiological investigation

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    49. Dick, F; Bates, E; Wulfeck, B; Utman, JA; Dronkers, N; Gernsbacher, MA
      Language deficits, localization, and grammar: Evidence for a distributive model of language breakdown in aphasic patients and neurologically intact individuals

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    50. Kircher, TTJ; Brammer, M; Andreu, NT; Williams, SCR; McGuire, PK
      Engagement of right temporal cortex during processing of linguistic context

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    51. Carlson, K
      The effects of parallelism and prosody in the processing of gapping structures

      LANGUAGE AND SPEECH
    52. Grossman, M; Glosser, G; Kalmanson, J; Morris, J; Stern, MB; Hurtig, HI
      Dopamine supports sentence comprehension in Parkinson's Disease

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    53. Murray, LL; Ray, AH
      A comparison of relaxation training and syntax stimulation for chronic nonfluent aphasia

      JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    54. Carpentier, A; Pugh, KR; Westerveld, M; Studholme, C; Skrinjar, O; Thompson, JL; Spencer, DD; Constable, RT
      Functional MRI of language processing: Dependence on input modality and temporal lobe epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    55. Sanders, LD; Neville, HJ
      Lexical, syntactic, and stress-pattern cues for speech segmentation

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    56. Murray, LL
      Spoken language production in Huntington's and Parkinson's diseases

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    57. Montgomery, JW
      Verbal working memory and sentence comprehension in children with specificlanguage impairment

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    58. Rochon, E; Waters, GS; Caplan, D
      The relationship between measures of working memory and sentence comprehension in patients with Alzheimer's disease

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    59. Jacobs, BJ; Thompson, CK
      Cross-modal generalization effects of training noncanonical sentence comprehension and production in agrammatic aphasia

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    60. Tompkins, CA; Baumgaertner, A; Lehman, MT; Fassbinder, W
      Mechanisms of discourse comprehension impairment after right hemisphere brain damage: Suppression in lexical ambiguity resolution

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    61. Twilley, LC; Dixon, P
      Meaning resolution processes for words: A parallel independent model

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    62. Caplan, D; Alpert, N; Waters, G; Olivieri, A
      Activation of Broca's area by syntactic processing under conditions of concurrent articulation

      HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING
    63. Friederici, AD; Wang, YH; Herrmann, CS; Maess, B; Oertel, U
      Localization of early syntactic processes in frontal and temporal corticalareas: A magnetoencephalographic study

      HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING
    64. Lelekov, T; Franck, N; Dominey, PF; Georgieff, N
      Cognitive sequence processing and syntactic comprehension in schizophrenia

      NEUROREPORT
    65. Meyer, M; Friederici, AD; von Cramon, DY
      Neurocognition of auditory sentence comprehension: event related fMRI reveals sensitivity to syntactic violations and task demands

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    66. Friederici, AD; Frisch, S
      Verb argument structure processing: The role of verb-specific and argument-specific information

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    67. Kaschak, MP; Glenberg, AM
      Constructing meaning: The role of affordances and grammatical constructions in sentence comprehension

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    68. Hanten, G; Martin, RC
      Contributions of phonological and semantic short-term memory to sentence processing: Evidence from two cases of closed head injury in children

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    69. McElree, B; Jia, G; Litvak, A
      The time course of conceptual processing in three bilingual populations

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    70. Stine-Morrow, EAL; Ryan, S; Leonard, JS
      Age differences in on-line syntactic processing

      EXPERIMENTAL AGING RESEARCH
    71. Saffran, EM
      Aphasia and the relationship of language and brain

      SEMINARS IN NEUROLOGY
    72. Laakso, K; Brunnegard, K; Hartelius, L; Ahlsen, E
      Assessing high-level language in individuals with multiple sclerosis: a pilot study

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    73. Grodzinsky, Y
      The neurology of syntax: Language use without Broca's area

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    74. Caplan, D
      Lesion location and aphasic syndrome do not tell us whether a patient willhave an isolated deficit affecting the coindexation of traces

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    75. Hickok, G
      The left frontal convolution plays no special role in syntactic comprehension

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    76. Ullman, MT; Izvorski, R
      What is special about Broca's area?

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    77. Grodzinsky, Y
      The trace deletion hypothesis and the tree-pruning hypothesis: Still validcharacterizations of Broca's aphasia

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    78. Stowe, LA; Go, KG; Pruim, J; den Dunnen, W; Meiners, LC; Paans, AMJ
      Language localization in cases of left temporal lobe arachnoid cyst: Evidence against interhemispheric reorganization

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    79. Druks, J; Marshall, JC
      Kicking over the traces: A note in response to Zurif and Pinango (1999)

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    80. Croot, K; Hodges, JR; Xuereb, J; Patterson, K
      Phonological and articulatory impairment in Alzheimer's disease: A case series

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    81. Syssau, A; Brouillet, D; Groen, S
      The study of inhibitory processes in aging with the Faust et al. paradigm (1997): Methodological issues

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    82. Bickel, C; Pantel, J; Eysenbach, K; Schroder, J
      Syntactic comprehension deficits in Alzheimer's disease

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    83. Shapiro, LP
      Charting the time-course of language processing

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    84. Tanenhaus, MK; Magnuson, JS; Dahan, D; Chambers, C
      Eve movements and lexical access in spoken-language comprehension: Evaluating a linking hypothesis between fixations and linguistic processing

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    85. Titone, D; Prentice, KJ; Wingfield, A
      Resource allocation during spoken discourse processing: Effects of age andpassage difficulty as revealed by self-paced listening

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    86. Piercey, CD; Joordens, S
      Turning an advantage into a disadvantage: Ambiguity effects in lexical decision versus reading tasks

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    87. Salisbury, DF; O'Donnell, BF; McCarley, RW; Nestor, PG; Shenton, ME
      Event-related potentials elicited during a context-free homograph task in normal versus schizophrenic subjects

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    88. Yip, MCW
      Spoken word recognition of Chinese homophones: The role of context and tone neighbors

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    89. Coney, J; Evans, KD
      Hemispheric asymmetries in the resolution of lexical ambiguity

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    90. Embick, D; Marantz, A; Miyashita, Y; O'Neil, W; Sakai, KL
      A syntactic specialization for Broca's area

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    91. Suzuki, Y
      Do elementary school children make on-line instrumental inferences in reading?

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    92. Warrington, EK
      The failure of language comprehension at sentence and phrasal levels in a patient who can speak normally

      CORTEX
    93. Vosse, T; Kempen, G
      Syntactic structure assembly in human parsing: a computational model basedon competitive inhibition and a lexicalist grammar

      COGNITION
    94. Fragman, C
      Grammar and global power of computation: Two sources of possible problems in the production of relative clauses by French-speaking children

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF LINGUISTICS-REVUE CANADIENNE DE LINGUISTIQUE
    95. Lavigne, F; Vitu, F; d'Ydewalle, G
      The influence of semantic context on initial eye landing sites in words

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    96. Dunn, M; Vaughan, H; Kreuzer, J; Kurtzberg, D
      Electrophysiologic correlates of semantic classification in autistic and normal children

      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    97. Milberg, W; McGlinchey-Berroth, R; Duncan, KM; Higgins, JA
      Alterations in the dynamics of semantic activation in Alzheimer's disease:Evidence for the gain/decay hypothesis of a disorder of semantic memory

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    98. Dixon, P; Twilley, LC
      Context and homograph meaning resolution

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE
    99. Weismer, SE; Evans, J; Hesketh, LJ
      An examination of verbal working memory capacity in children with specificlanguage impairment

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    100. Nittrouer, S
      Do temporal processing deficits cause phonological processing problems?

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH


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