Attentional resource and processing speed limitations during sentence processing in Parkinson's disease
A fMRI study of word retrieval in aphasia
fMRI of developmental stuttering: A pilot study
Does right hemisphere damaged patients' impaired performance on a sentence insertion task indicate a syntactic or a lexical level deficit?
Does the right hemisphere take over after damage to Broca's area? the Barlow case of 1877 and its history
The brain generates its own sentence melody: A Gestalt phenomenon in speech perception
Distributed cortical networks for syntax processing: Broca's area as the common denominator
Effect of lexical cues on the production of active and passive sentences in Broca's and Wernicke's aphasia
Dyslexia linked to talent: Global visual-spatial ability
Facilitation and disruption of lateralized syllable processing by unattended stimuli in the opposite visual field
Effect of typicality on online category verification of animate category exemplars in aphasia
Weak coherence, no theory of mind, or executive dysfunction? Solving the puzzle of pragmatic language disorders
Are there differential word length effects in the two visual fields?
Speed of processing of the visual–orthographic and auditory–phonological systems in adult dyslexics: The contribution of “asynchrony” to word recognition deficits
Sensitivity to local sentence context information in lexical ambiguity resolution: Evidence from left- and right-hemisphere-damaged individuals
Commentary on A. Beretta et al. ‘An ER-fMRI investigation of morphological inflection in German reveals that the brain makes a distinction between regular and irregular forms'
The brain makes a distinction between hard and easy stimuli: Comments on Beretta et al.
The brain is not single-minded about inflectional morphology: A response to the commentaries
Spectral and temporal degradation of speech as a simulation of morphosyntactic deficits in English and German