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    1. Thal, DJ; Flores, M
      Development of sentence interpretation strategies by typically developing and late-talking toddlers

      JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
    2. Stavrakaki, S
      Comprehension of reversible relative clauses in specifically language impaired and normally developing Greek children

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    3. 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
    4. Saffran, EM
      Aphasia and the relationship of language and brain

      SEMINARS IN NEUROLOGY
    5. Frisch, S; Saddy, D; Friederici, AD
      Cutting a long story (too) short

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    6. Linebarger, MC; Schwartz, MF; Romania, JR; Kohn, SE; Stephens, DL
      Grammatical encoding in aphasia: Evidence from a "processing prosthesis"

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    7. Small, JA; Kemper, S; Lyons, K
      Sentence repetition and processing resources in Alzheimer's disease

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    8. Law, SP; Leung, MT
      Sentence processing deficits in two Cantonese aphasic patients

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    9. Blumstein, SE; Milberg, W; Brown, T; Hutchinson, A; Kurowski, K; Burton, MW
      The mapping from sound structure to the lexicon in aphasia: Evidence from rhyme and repetition priming

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    10. Reichle, ED; Carpenter, PA; Just, MA
      The neural bases of strategy and skill in sentence-picture verification

      COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    11. Murray, LL
      Attention and aphasia: theory, research and clinical implications

      APHASIOLOGY
    12. Hartsuiker, RJ; Kolk, HHJ; Huinck, WJ
      Agrammatic production of subject-verb agreement: The effect of conceptual number

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    13. Stemmer, B
      Discourse studies in neurologically impaired populations: A quest for action

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    14. Kemmerer, D
      Impaired comprehension of raising-to-subject constructions in Parkinson's disease

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    15. STOWE LA; BROERE CAJ; PAANS AMJ; WIJERS AA; MULDER G; VAALBURG W; ZWARTS F
      LOCALIZING COMPONENTS OF A COMPLEX TASK - SENTENCE PROCESSING AND WORKING-MEMORY

      NeuroReport
    16. LEONARD CL; BAUM SR
      ONLINE EVIDENCE FOR CONTEXT USE BY RIGHT-BRAIN-DAMAGED PATIENTS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    17. GRODZINSKY Y; FINKEL L
      THE NEUROLOGY OF EMPTY CATEGORIES - APHASICS FAILURE TO DETECT UNGRAMMATICALITY

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    18. CASPARI I; PARKINSON SR; LAPOINTE LL; KATZ RC
      WORKING-MEMORY AND APHASIA

      Brain and cognition
    19. FRIEDERICI AD; GORRELL P
      STRUCTURAL PROMINENCE AND AGRAMMATIC THETA-ROLE ASSIGNMENT - A RECONSIDERATION OF LINEAR STRATEGIES

      Brain and language (Print)
    20. MIERA G; CUETOS F
      UNDERSTANDING DISORDERS IN AGRAMMATIC PATIENTS - CAPACITY OR STRUCTURAL DEFICITS

      Brain and language (Print)
    21. CAPLAN D; HANNA JE
      SENTENCE PRODUCTION BY APHASIC PATIENTS IN A CONSTRAINED TASK

      Brain and language (Print)
    22. WATERS GS; ROCHON E; CAPLAN D
      TASK DEMANDS AND SENTENCE COMPREHENSION IN PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA OF THE ALZHEIMERS TYPE

      Brain and language
    23. DEVESCOVI A; BATES E; DAMICO S; HERNANDEZ A; MARANGOLO P; PIZZAMIGLIO L; RAZZANO C
      AN ONLINE STUDY OF GRAMMATICALITY JUDGMENTS IN NORMAL AND APHASIC SPEAKERS OF ITALIAN

      Aphasiology
    24. MURRAY LL; HOLLAND AL; BEESON PM
      GRAMMATICALITY JUDGMENTS OF MILDLY APHASIC INDIVIDUALS UNDER DUAL-TASK CONDITIONS

      Aphasiology
    25. BATES E; GOODMAN JC
      ON THE INSEPARABILITY OF GRAMMAR AND THE LEXICON - EVIDENCE FROM ACQUISITION, APHASIA AND REAL-TIME PROCESSING

      Language and cognitive processes
    26. HAARMANN HJ; JUST MA; CARPENTER PA
      APHASIC SENTENCE COMPREHENSION AS A RESOURCE DEFICIT - A COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH

      Brain and language
    27. LEONARD CL; WATERS GS; CAPLAN D
      THE USE OF CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION BY RIGHT BRAIN-DAMAGED INDIVIDUALS IN THE RESOLUTION OF AMBIGUOUS PRONOUNS

      Brain and language
    28. CAPLAN D; WATERS GS; HILDEBRANDT N
      DETERMINANTS OF SENTENCE COMPREHENSION IN APHASIC PATIENTS IN SENTENCE-PICTURE MATCHING TASKS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    29. CAPLAN D; HILDEBRANDT N; MAKRIS N
      LOCATION OF LESIONS IN STROKE PATIENTS WITH DEFICITS IN SYNTACTIC PROCESSING IN SENTENCE COMPREHENSION

      Brain
    30. WATERS GS; CAPLAN D; ROCHON E
      PROCESSING CAPACITY AND SENTENCE COMPREHENSION IN PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    31. ROCHON E; WATERS GS; CAPLAN D
      SENTENCE COMPREHENSION IN PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Brain and language


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