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    1. Fernaeus, SE; Almkvist, O; Bronge, L; Ostberg, P; Hellstrom, A; Winblad, B; Wahlund, LO
      White matter lesions impair initiation of FAS flow

      DEMENTIA AND GERIATRIC COGNITIVE DISORDERS
    2. Auriacombe, S; Fabrigoule, C; Lafont, S; Amieva, H; Jacqmin-Gadda, H; Dartigues, JF
      Letter and category fluency in normal elderly participants: a population-based study

      AGING NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITION
    3. Mitchell, RLC; Elliott, R; Woodruff, PWR
      fMRI and cognitive dysfunction in schizophrenia

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    4. Baldo, JV; Shimamura, AP; Delis, DC; Kramer, J; Kaplan, E
      Verbal and design fluency in patients with frontal lobe lesions

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    5. Torres, IJ; Flashman, LA; O'Leary, DS; Andreasen, NC
      Effects of retroactive and proactive interference on word list recall in schizophrenia

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    6. Mahone, EM; Koth, CW; Cutting, L; Singer, HS; Denckla, MB
      Executive function in fluency and recall measures among children with Tourette syndrome or ADHD

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    7. Wood, AG; Saling, MM; Abbott, DF; Jackson, GD
      A neurocognitive account of frontal lobe involvement in orthographic lexical retrieval: An fMRI study

      NEUROIMAGE
    8. Barch, DM; Braver, TS; Akbudak, E; Conturo, T; Ollinger, J; Snyder, A
      Anterior cingulate cortex and response conflict: Effects of response modality and processing domain

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    9. de Picciotto, J; Friedland, D
      Verbal fluency in elderly bilingual speakers: Normative data and preliminary application to Alzheimer's disease

      FOLIA PHONIATRICA ET LOGOPAEDICA
    10. Dickins, DW; Singh, KD; Roberts, N; Burns, P; Downes, JJ; Jimmieson, P; Bentall, RP
      An fMRI study of stimulus equivalence

      NEUROREPORT
    11. Daum, I; Snitz, BE; Ackermann, H
      Neuropsychological deficits in cerebellar syndromes

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY
    12. Sommer, IEC; Ramsey, NF; Kahn, RS
      Language lateralization in schizophrenia, an fMRI study

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    13. Elvevag, B; Weinstock, DM; Akil, M; Kleinman, JE; Goldberg, TE
      A comparison of verbal fluency tasks in schizophrenic patients and normal controls

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    14. Kircher, TTJ; Bulimore, ET; Brammer, MJ; Williams, SCR; Broome, MR; Murray, RM; McGuire, PK
      Differential activation of temporal cortex during sentence completion in schizophrenic patients with and without formal thought disorder

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    15. Reeves, RR; Norton, JW
      Foreign accent-like syndrome during psychotic exacerbations

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    16. Moelter, ST; Hill, SK; Ragland, JD; Lunardelli, A; Gur, RC; Gur, RE; Moberg, PJ
      Controlled and automatic processing during animal word list generation in schizophrenia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    17. Metzler, C
      Effects of left frontal lesions on the selection of context-appropriate meanings

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    18. Lundqvist, T; Jonsson, S; Warkentin, S
      Frontal lobe dysfunction in long-term cannabis users

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    19. DeLisi, LE
      Speech disorder in schizophrenia: review of the literature and explorationof its relation to the uniquely human capacity for language

      SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN
    20. Curtis, VA; Dixon, TA; Morris, RG; Bullmore, ET; Brammer, MJ; Williams, SCR; Sharma, T; Murray, RM; McGuire, PK
      Differential frontal activation in schizophrenia and bipolar illness during verbal fluency

      JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS
    21. Audenaert, K; Lahorte, P; Brans, B; Van Laere, K; Goethals, I; Van Heeringen, K; Dierckx, RA
      The classical Stroop interference task as a prefrontal activation probe: avalidation study using Tc-99(m)-ECD brain SPECT

      NUCLEAR MEDICINE COMMUNICATIONS
    22. Luckhurst, L; Lloyd-Jones, TJ
      A selective deficit for living things after temporal lobectomy for relief of epileptic seizures

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    23. Wendt, PE; Risberg, J
      Ethanol reduces rCFB activation of left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex during a verbal fluency task

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    24. Kircher, TTJ; Brammer, M; Andreu, NT; Williams, SCR; McGuire, PK
      Engagement of right temporal cortex during processing of linguistic context

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    25. N'Kaoua, B; Lespinet, V; Barsse, A; Rougier, A; Claverie, B
      Exploration of hemispheric specialization and lexico-semantic processing in unilateral temporal lobe epilepsy with verbal fluency tasks

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    26. Levin, HS; Song, J; Ewing-Cobbs, L; Chapman, SB; Mendelsohn, D
      Word fluency in relation to severity of closed head injury, associated frontal brain lesions, and age at injury in children

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    27. O'Connor, DB; Archer, J; Hair, WM; Wu, FCW
      Activational effects of testosterone on cognitive function in men

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    28. Schwartz, S; Baldo, J
      Distinct patterns of word retrieval in right and left frontal lobe patients: a multidimensional perspective

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    29. Gleissner, U; Elger, CE
      The hippocampal contribution to verbal fluency in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy

      CORTEX
    30. Dorion, AA; Salomon, O; Zanca, M; Duyme, M; Capron, C
      Magnetic resonance imaging and cerebral volumic evaluation: comparison of four post-processing techniques

      COMPUTERS IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    31. File, SE; Jarrett, N; Fluck, E; Duffy, R; Casey, K; Wiseman, H
      Eating soya improves human memory

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    32. Poreh, AM
      The Quantified Process Approach: An emerging methodology to neuropsychological assessment

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    33. Beatty, WW; Salmon, DP; Testa, JA; Hanisch, C; Troster, AI
      Monitoring the changing status of semantic memory in Alzheimer's disease: An evaluation of several process measures

      AGING NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITION
    34. Crawford, JR; Bryan, J; Luszcz, MA; Obonsawin, MC; Stewart, L
      The executive decline hypothesis of cognitive aging: Do executive deficitsqualify as differential deficits and do they mediate age-related memory decline?

      AGING NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITION
    35. Bryan, J; Luszcz, MA
      Measurement of executive function: Considerations for detecting adult age differences

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    36. Acevedo, A; Loewenstein, DA; Barker, WW; Harwood, DG; Luis, C; Bravo, M; Hurwitz, DA; Aguero, H; Greenfield, L; Duara, R
      Category fluency test: Normative data for English- and Spanish-speaking elderly

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    37. Warrington, EK
      Homophone meaning generation: A new test of verbal switching for the detection of frontal lobe dysfunction

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    38. Valencia, NJ; Laserna, JA; Perez-Garcia, M; Orozco, C; Minan, M; Garrido, C; Peralta, I; Morente, G
      Influence of education and gender on FAS, animal naming and fruit naming

      PSICOLOGIA CONDUCTUAL
    39. Callicott, JH; Bertolino, A; Mattay, VS; Langheim, FJP; Duyn, J; Coppola, R; Goldberg, TE; Weinberger, DR
      Physiological dysfunction of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in schizophrenia revisited

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    40. Barnett, MP; Newman, HW; Richardson, JTE; Thompson, P; Upton, D
      The constituent structure of autobiographical memory: Autobiographical fluency in people with chronic epilepsy

      MEMORY
    41. Kircher, TTJ; Brammer, MJ; Williams, SCR; McGuire, PK
      Lexical retrieval during fluent speech production: an fMRI study

      NEUROREPORT
    42. Laws, KR; Al-Uzri, M; Mortimer, AM
      Lexical knowledge degradation in schizophrenia

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    43. Riley, EM; McGovern, D; Mockler, D; Doku, VCK; OCeallaigh, S; Fannon, DG; Tennakoon, L; Santamaria, M; Soni, W; Morris, RG; Sharma, T
      Neuropsychological functioning in first-episode psychosis - evidence of specific deficits

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    44. Howanitz, E; Cicalese, C; Harvey, PD
      Verbal fluency and psychiatric symptoms in geriatric schizophrenia

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    45. Curtis, VA; van Os, J; Murray, RM
      The Kraepelinian dichotomy: Evidence from developmental and neuroimaging studies

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    46. Kareken, DA; Lowe, M; Chen, SHA; Lurito, J; Mathews, V
      Word rhyming as a probe of hemispheric language dominance with functional magnetic resonance imaging

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    47. Eastley, R; Wilcock, GK; Bucks, RS
      Vitamin B12 deficiency in dementia and cognitive impairment: The effects of treatment on neuropsychological function

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY
    48. Bryan, J; Luszcz, MA
      Measures of fluency as predictors of incidental memory among older adults

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    49. Fischer, B; Zurowski, B; Walter, H
      Functional magnetic resonance imaging and schizophrenia. A review

      NERVENHEILKUNDE
    50. Artiges, E; Martinot, JL; Verdys, M; Attar-Levy, D; Mazoyer, B; Tzourio, N; Giraud, MJ; Paillere-Martinot, ML
      Altered hemispheric functional dominance during word generation in negative schizophrenia

      SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN
    51. Audenaert, K; Brans, B; Van Laere, K; Lahorte, P; Versijpt, J; van Heeringen, K; Dierckx, R
      Verbal fluency as a prefrontal activation probe: a validation study using Tc-99m-ECD brain SPET

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE
    52. Burgess, PW
      Strategy application disorder: the role of the frontal lobes in human multitasking

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG
    53. Gurd, JM; Herzberg, L; Joachim, C; Marshall, JC; Jobst, K; McShane, RH; Hindley, NJ; King, EE
      Dementia with Lewy bodies: A pure case

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    54. Jurado, MA; Mataro, M; Verger, K; Bartumeus, F; Junque, C
      Phonemic and semantic fluencies in traumatic brain injury patients with focal frontal lesions

      BRAIN INJURY
    55. Ettlin, TM; Kischka, U; Beckson, M; Gaggiotti, M; Rauchfleisch, U; Benson, DF
      The Frontal Lobe Score: part I: construction of a mental status of frontalsystems

      CLINICAL REHABILITATION
    56. Meguro, K; Yamaguchi, S; Shimada, M; Itoh, M; Yamadori, A
      Striatal dopaminergic transmission and neocortical glucose utilization in Alzheimer's disease: a triple-tracer positron emission tomography study

      ARCHIVES OF GERONTOLOGY AND GERIATRICS
    57. Harrison, JE; Buxton, P; Husain, M; Wise, R
      Short test of semantic and phonological fluency: Normal performance, validity and test-retest reliability

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    58. 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
    59. Szatkowska, I; Grabowska, A; Szymanska, O
      Phonological and semantic fluencies are mediated by different regions of the prefrontal cortex

      ACTA NEUROBIOLOGIAE EXPERIMENTALIS
    60. Carlsson, I; Wendt, PE; Risberg, J
      On the neurobiology of creativity. Differences in frontal activity betweenhigh and low creative subjects

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    61. Mathuranath, PS; Nestor, PJ; Berrios, GE; Rakowicz, W; Hodges, JR
      A brief cognitive test battery to differentiate Alzheimer's disease and frontotemporal dementia

      NEUROLOGY
    62. Gaillard, WD; Hertz-Pannier, L; Mott, SH; Barnett, AS; LeBihan, D; Theodore, WH
      Functional anatomy of cognitive development - fMRI of verbal fluency in children and adults

      NEUROLOGY
    63. Butman, J; Allegri, RF; Harris, P; Drake, M
      Spanish verbal fluency test Normative data in Argentina

      MEDICINA-BUENOS AIRES
    64. Saint-Cyr, JA; Trepanier, LL; Kumar, R; Lozano, AM; Lang, AE
      Neuropsychological consequences of chronic bilateral stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus in Parkinson's disease

      BRAIN
    65. Chen, RYL; Chen, EYH; Chan, CKY; Lam, LCW; Lieh-Mak, F
      Verbal fluency in schizophrenia: reduction in semantic store

      AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    66. Portin, R; Laatu, S; Revonsuo, A; Rinne, UK
      Impairment of semantic knowledge in Parkinson disease

      ARCHIVES OF NEUROLOGY
    67. Kilander, L; Nyman, H; Boberg, M; Lithell, H
      The association between low diastolic blood pressure in middle age and cognitive function in old age. A population-based study

      AGE AND AGEING
    68. Kennedy, DO; Scholey, AB
      Glucose administration, heart rate and cognitive performance: effects of increasing mental effort

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    69. Phillips, LH
      Age and individual differences in letter fluency

      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    70. Rossell, SL; Rabe-Hesketh, S; Shapleske, J; David, AS
      Is semantic fluency differentially impaired in schizophrenic patients withdelusions?

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    71. Salmon, DP; Heindel, WC; Lange, KL
      Differential decline in word generation from phonemic and semantic categories during the course of Alzheimer's disease: Implications for the integrity of semantic memory

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    72. Chan, AS; Poon, MW
      Performance of 7-to 95-year-old individuals in a Chinese version of the category fluency test

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    73. Gladsjo, JA; Schuman, CC; Evans, JD; Peavy, GM; Miller, SW; Heaton, RK
      Norms for letter and category fluency: Demographic corrections for age, education, and ethnicity

      ASSESSMENT
    74. Kang, AM; Constable, RT; Gore, JC; Avrutin, S
      An event-related fMRI study of implicit phrase-level syntactic and semantic processing

      NEUROIMAGE
    75. Fu, CHY; McGuire, PK
      Functional neuroimaging in psychiatry

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    76. Henn, FA; Braus, DF
      Structural neuroimaging in schizophrenia - An integrative view of neuromorphology

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
    77. Stip, E; Lussier, I; Ngan, E; Mendrek, A; Liddle, P
      Discriminant cognitive factors in responder and non-responder patients with schizophrenia

      EUROPEAN PSYCHIATRY
    78. Rushe, TM; Morris, RG; Miotto, EC; Feigenbaum, JD; Woodruff, PWR; Murray, RM
      Problem-solving and spatial working memory in patients with schizophrenia and with focal frontal and temporal lobe lesions

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    79. Rich, JB; Troyer, AK; Bylsma, FW; Brandt, J
      Longitudinal analysis of phonemic clustering and switching during word-list generation in Huntington's disease

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    80. Callicott, JH; Weinberger, DR
      Neuropsychiatric dynamics: the study of mental illness using functional magnetic resonance imaging

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGY
    81. Slabbekoorn, D; van Goozen, SHM; Megens, J; Gooren, LJG; Cohen-Kettenis, PT
      Activating effects of cross-sex hormones on cognitive functioning: a studyof short-term and long-term hormone effects in transsexuals

      PSYCHONEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    82. Samp, JA; Solomon, DH
      Communicative responses to problematic events in close relationships II - The influence of five facets of goals on message features

      COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
    83. Piatt, AL; Fields, JA; Paolo, AM; Troster, AI
      Action (verb naming) fluency as an executive function measure: convergent and divergent evidence of validity

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    84. Keilp, JG; Gorlyn, M; Alexander, GE; Stern, Y; Prohovnik, I
      Cerebral blood flow patterns underlying the differential impairment in category vs letter fluency in Alzheimer's disease

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    85. Park, NW; Moscovitch, M; Robertson, IH
      Divided attention impairments after traumatic brain injury

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    86. Donohoe, RT; Benton, D
      Cognitive functioning is susceptible to the level of blood glucose

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    87. Fama, R; Sullivan, EV; Shear, PK; Cahn-Weiner, DA; Yesavage, JA; Tinklenberg, JR; Pfefferbaum, A
      Fluency performance patterns in Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    88. Bolla, KI; Gray, S; Resnick, SM; Galante, R; Kawas, C
      Category and letter fluency in highly educated older adults

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    89. Beatty, WW; Hanisch, C; Testa, JA; Troster, AI
      Increased proportion of farm animal names generated by patients with Alzheimer's disease: What does it mean?

      AGING NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITION
    90. Testa, JA; Troster, AI; Fields, JA; Gleason, AC; Salmon, DP; Beatty, WW
      Semantic fluency performance of patients with cortical and subcortical neurodegenerative diseases

      AGING NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITION
    91. LUCAS JA; IVNIK RJ; SMITH GE; BOHAC DL; TANGALOS EG; GRAFFRADFORD NR; PETERSEN RC
      MAYOS OLDER AMERICANS NORMATIVE STUDIES - CATEGORY FLUENCY NORMS

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    92. STUSS DT; ALEXANDER MP; HAMER L; PALUMBO C; DEMPSTER R; BINNS M; LEVINE B; IZUKAWA D
      THE EFFECTS OF FOCAL ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR BRAIN-LESIONS ON VERBAL FLUENCY

      Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society
    93. TROYER AK; MOSCOVITCH M; WINOCUR G; LEACH L; FREEDMAN M
      CLUSTERING AND SWITCHING ON VERBAL FLUENCY TESTS IN ALZHEIMERS AND PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society
    94. Robert, PH; Lafont, V; Medecin, I; Berthet, L; Thauby, S; Baudu, C; Darcourt, G
      Clustering and switching strategies in verbal fluency tasks: Comparison between schizophrenics and healthy adults

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    95. SURGULADZE SA; DAVID AS
      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHIATRY AND SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Current opinion in psychiatry
    96. LAFONT V; MEDECIN I; ROBERT PH; BEAULIEU FE; KAZES M; DANION JM; PRINGUEY D; DARCOURT G
      INITIATION AND SUPERVISORY PROCESSES IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AND DEPRESSION

      Schizophrenia research
    97. WYKES T
      WHAT ARE WE CHANGING WITH NEUROCOGNITIVE REHABILITATION - ILLUSTRATIONS FROM 2 SINGLE CASES OF CHANGES IN NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE AND BRAIN SYSTEMS AS MEASURED BY SPECT

      Schizophrenia research
    98. BALDO JV; SHIMAMURA AP
      LETTER AND CATEGORY FLUENCY IN PATIENTS WITH FRONTAL-LOBE LESIONS

      Neuropsychology
    99. SUHR JA; JONES RD
      LETTER AND SEMANTIC FLUENCY IN ALZHEIMERS, HUNTINGTONS, AND PARKINSONS DEMENTIAS

      Archives of clinical neuropsychology
    100. JOHNSONSELFRIDGE MT; ZALEWSKI C; ABOUDARHAM JF
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ETHNICITY AND WORD FLUENCY

      Archives of clinical neuropsychology


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