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    1. Thiel, A; Herholz, K; Koyuncu, A; Ghaemi, M; Kracht, LW; Habedank, B; Heiss, WD
      Plasticity of language networks in patients with brain tumors: A positron emission tomography activation study

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    2. Raymer, AM
      Acquired language disorders

      TOPICS IN LANGUAGE DISORDERS
    3. Marien, P; Engelborghs, S; D'Hooge, R; De Deyn, PP
      Familial sinistrality in crossed aphasia: A new case and review of the available literature

      APHASIOLOGY
    4. Dobel, C; Pulvermuller, F; Harle, M; Cohen, R; Kobbel, P; Schonle, PW; Rockstroh, B
      Syntactic and semantic processing in the healthy and aphasic human brain

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Hickok, G; Poeppel, D
      Towards a functional neuroanatomy of speech perception

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    6. Saffran, EM; Coslett, HB; DeSalme, EJF
      How is your B-A-B-Y? Dissociated oral and written production

      NEUROCASE
    7. Demeurisse, G
      Mechanisms of functional restoration after brain injury

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA BELGICA
    8. Herholz, K; Heiss, WD
      Functional imaging correlates of recovery after stroke in humans

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    9. Bruce, C; Howard, D; Gatehouse, C
      Why should recovery be a cause for concern? An investigation of an unusualpattern of recovery in a man with aphasia

      APHASIOLOGY
    10. Kirshner, HS
      Language studies in the third millennium

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    11. Heiss, WD; Kessler, J; Thiel, A; Ghaemi, M; Karbe, H
      Differential capacity of left and right hemispheric areas for compensationof poststroke aphasia

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    12. Samson, Y; Belin, P; Zilbovicius, M; Remy, P; Van Eeckhout, P; Rancurel, G
      Mechanisms of aphasia recovery and brain imaging.

      REVUE NEUROLOGIQUE
    13. Warburton, E; Price, CJ; Swinburn, K; Wise, RJS
      Mechanisms of recovery from aphasia: evidence from positron emission tomography studies

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    14. Musso, M; Weiller, C; Kiebel, S; Muller, SP; Bulau, P; Rijntjes, M
      Training-induced brain plasticity in aphasia

      BRAIN
    15. MACNEILAGE PF
      THE FRAME CONTENT THEORY OF EVOLUTION OF SPEECH PRODUCTION (CORRECTEDVERSION OF 126BQ)/

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    16. MACNEILAGE PF
      THE FRAME CONTENT THEORY OF EVOLUTION OF SPEECH PRODUCTION/

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    17. NAESER MA; PALUMBO CL; PRETE MN; FITZPATRICK PM; MIMURA M; SAMARAWEERA R; ALBERT ML
      VISIBLE CHANGES IN LESION BORDERS ON CT SCAN AFTER 5 YEARS POSTSTROKE, AND LONG-TERM RECOVERY IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    18. NASS R; LEVENTHAL F; LEVINE B; LEBRON D; MAXFIELD C; MCCAUL P; GEORGE A; ALLEN J
      CONDUCTION APHASIA IN A 3-YEAR-OLD WITH A LEFT POSTERIOR CORTICAL SUBCORTICAL ABSCESS/

      Brain and language
    19. Mimura, M; Kato, M; Kato, M; Sano, Y; Kojima, T; Naeser, M; Kashima, H
      Prospective and retrospective studies of recovery in aphasia - Changes in cerebral blood flow and language functions

      BRAIN
    20. NAESER MA; BAKER EH; PALUMBO CL; NICHOLAS M; ALEXANDER MP; SAMARAWEERA R; PRETE MN; HODGE SM; WEISSMAN T
      LESION SITE PATTERNS IN SEVERE, NONVERBAL APHASIA TO PREDICT OUTCOME WITH A COMPUTER-ASSISTED TREATMENT PROGRAM

      Archives of neurology
    21. SZELAG E; VONSTEINBUCHEL N; POPPEL E
      TEMPORAL PROCESSING DISORDERS IN PATIENTS WITH BROCAS-APHASIA

      Neuroscience letters
    22. ABE K; NISHIKAWA Y
      A SIMPLE METHOD FOR LOCALIZING SINGLE-PHOTON EMISSION COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHIC-IMAGES ON AN ANATOMICAL TEMPLATE

      Neuroradiology
    23. INGLES JL; MATEKOLE CC; CONNOLLY JF
      EVIDENCE FOR MULTIPLE ROUTES OF SPEECH PRODUCTION IN A CASE OF FLUENTAPHASIA

      Cortex
    24. BERTHIER ML
      TRANSCORTICAL SENSORY APHASIA - DISSOCIATION BETWEEN NAMING AND COMPREHENSION

      Aphasiology
    25. KIRSHNER HS; HUGHES T; FAKHOURY T; ABOUKHALIL B
      APHASIA SECONDARY TO PARTIAL STATUS EPILEPTICUS OF THE BASAL TEMPORALLANGUAGE AREA

      Neurology
    26. GOLDENBERG G; SPATT J
      INFLUENCE OF SIZE AND SITE OF CEREBRAL-LESIONS ON SPONTANEOUS-RECOVERY OF APHASIA AND ON SUCCESS OF LANGUAGE THERAPY

      Brain and language
    27. KIRSHNER HS
      A CASE OF ICTAL APHASIA WITH MRI, PET, AND EEG CORRELATION

      Brain and language
    28. TROJANO L; BALBI P; RUSSO G; ELEFANTE R
      PATTERNS OF RECOVERY AND CHANGE IN VERBAL AND NONVERBAL FUNCTIONS IN A CASE OF CROSSED APHASIA - IMPLICATIONS FOR MODELS OF FUNCTIONAL BRAIN LATERALIZATION AND LOCALIZATION

      Brain and language
    29. DAVOUS P; BOLLER F
      TRANSCORTICAL ALEXIA WITH AGRAPHIA FOLLOWING A RIGHT TEMPORO-OCCIPITAL HEMATOMA IN A RIGHT-HANDED PATIENT

      Neuropsychologia
    30. DAVOUS P; BOLLER F
      TRANSCORTICAL ALEXIA WITH AGRAPHIA FOLLOWING A RIGHT TEMPORO-OCCIPITAL HEMATOMA IN A RIGHT-HANDED PATIENT

      Neuropsychologia
    31. REUTER BM; SCHONLE PW; KURTHEN M
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN APHASIC PATIE NTS - AN N400 STUDY

      EEG-EMG


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