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    1. 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
    2. Hillis, AE; Wityk, RJ; Tuffiash, E; Beauchamp, NJ; Jacobs, MA; Barker, PB; Selnes, OA
      Hypoperfusion of Wernicke's area predicts severity of semantic deficit in acute stroke

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    3. Berthier, ML
      Unexpected brain-language relationships in aphasia: Evidence from transcortical sensory aphasia associated with frontal lobe lesions

      APHASIOLOGY
    4. Crutch, SJ; Warrington, EK
      Refractory dyslexia - Evidence of multiple task-specific phonological output stores

      BRAIN
    5. Tyler, LK; Russell, R; Fadili, J; Moss, HE
      The neural representation of nouns and verbs: PET studies

      BRAIN
    6. Le Clec'H, G; Dehaene, S; Cohen, L; Mehler, J; Dupoux, E; Poline, JB; Lehericy, S; van de Moortele, PF; Le Bihan, D
      Distinct cortical areas for names of numbers and body parts independent oflanguage and input modality

      NEUROIMAGE
    7. Mummery, CJ; Ashburner, J; Scott, SK; Wise, RJS
      Functional neuroimaging of speech perception in six normal and two aphasicsubjects

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    8. Kinoshita, S
      The role of phonology in reading Japanese: Or why I don't hear myself whenreading Japanese

      READING AND WRITING
    9. OTSUKI M; SOMA Y; KOYAMA A; YOSHIMURA N; FURUKAWA H; TSUJI S
      TRANSCORTICAL SENSORY APHASIA FOLLOWING LEFT FRONTAL INFARCTION

      Journal of neurology
    10. BINDER JR
      NEUROANATOMY OF LANGUAGE PROCESSING STUDIED WITH FUNCTIONAL MRI

      Clinical neuroscience
    11. BINDER J
      FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING - LANGUAGE MAPPING

      Neurosurgery clinics of North America
    12. BINDER JR; FROST JA; HAMMEKE TA; COX RW; RAO SM; PRIETO T
      HUMAN BRAIN LANGUAGE AREAS IDENTIFIED BY FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      The Journal of neuroscience
    13. GROSSMAN M; PAYER F; ONISHI K; WHITEDEVINE T; MORRISON D; DESPOSITO M; ROBINSON K; ALAVI A
      CONSTRAINTS ON THE CEREBRAL BASIS FOR SEMANTIC PROCESSING FROM NEUROIMAGING STUDIES OF ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    14. GROSSMAN M; GALETTA S; DING XS; MORRISON D; DESPOSITO M; ROBINSON K; JAGGI J; ALAVI A; REIVICH M
      CLINICAL AND POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY STUDIES OF VISUAL APPERCEPTIVE AGNOSIA

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    15. WARBURTON E; WISE RJS; PRICE CJ; WEILLER C; HADAR U; RAMSAY S; FRACKOWIAK RSJ
      NOUN AND VERB RETRIEVAL BY NORMAL SUBJECTS STUDIES WITH PET

      Brain
    16. BINDER JR
      FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING OF LANGUAGE CORTEX

      International journal of imaging systems and technology
    17. BERTHIER ML
      TRANSCORTICAL SENSORY APHASIA - DISSOCIATION BETWEEN NAMING AND COMPREHENSION

      Aphasiology
    18. ARNOLD P; HORNER L
      WORD COMPREHENSION BY HEARING-IMPAIRED AND HEARING CHILDREN

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

      Neuropsychologia
    20. WAKABAYASHI S
      THE EMERGENCE OF LANGUAGE AND SYMBOLIC BE HAVIOR IN NONVERBAL CHILDREN WITH MENTAL-RETARDATION

      Kyoiku shinrigaku kenkyu
    21. GARRETT M
      DISORDERS OF LEXICAL SELECTION

      Cognition
    22. BOTTINI G; CORCORAN R; STERZI R; PAULESU E; SCHENONE P; SCARPA P; FRACKOWIAK RSJ; FRITH CD
      THE ROLE OF THE RIGHT-HEMISPHERE IN THE INTERPRETATION OF FIGURATIVE ASPECTS OF LANGUAGE - A POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY ACTIVATION STUDY

      Brain


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