Errors of lexical selection during high and low semantic competition
Sparing of proper nouns and dates in aphasia
Naming and semantic processing in Alzheimer dementia: A coherent picture?
Abstract words are represented in an associative network whilst concrete words are represented in a categorical network
Neural correlates of word class processing: An fMRI study
Neural correlates of verb second in Dutch: An fMRI study
Compensation articulation in individuals with Parkinson's disease (PD)
Impact of Parkinson's disease on the production of contrastive and phonemic stress from the listeners' perspective
Confirming the role of the insula in coordinating complex but not simple articulatory movements
A method for on-line evaluation of emotional prosody in healthy and disordered populations
Using the Cantonese linguistic communication measure to monitor changes of narrative production in aphasic patients
Underlying factors impacting differential outcomes in linguistic function subsequent to treatment for posterior fossa tumour in children
Auditory comprehension and visual-manual tracking dual-task performance in aphasia: Preliminary findings
AoA effects on Chinese language processing: An fMRI study
The representation of segmental information: An fMRI investigation of the consonant-vowel distinction
A new method for measuring cortical dopaminergic activity during cognitive performance: A study on verbal working memory using PET and [11C]FLB 457 radiotracer
Functional magnetic resonance imaging of the cognitive components of the spelling process
Coherence of narratives in aphasia☆
Supported versus unsupported narrative elicitation: Impact on language production in aphasia☆
Feast or famine: Fixed expressions in the spontaneous speech of left hemisphere- and right hemisphere-damaged subjects
Dynamic aphasia and the generation of language
The urge to communicate in severe dementia
The deterioration of discourse in neurodegenerative disease
Pragmatically appropriate code-switching in a quadrilingual with Wernicke's aphasia
Prosodic production and domain sensitivity in brain-damaged patients
Intonation perception in crossed aphasia
Evidence for separate lexical tone and sentence intonation: A perception study of Chinese aphasic patients
The time course of lexical activation in Broca's and Wernicke's aphasia: Evidence from eye-movements☆
A study of syntactic processing in aphasia I: Behavioral (psycholinguistic) aspects
A study of syntactic processing in aphasia II: Neurological aspects
Symposium: Progress in testing the interactive two-step model of lexical access
Testing the interactive two-step model of lexical access: How we do it and why
Testing the interactive two-step model of lexical access: Part I. picture naming
Testing the interactive two-step model of lexical access: Part II. Predicting repetition from naming
Effect of semantic naming treatment on crosslinguistic generalization in bilingual aphasia
The contribution of verb retrieval to sentence construction: A clinical study
Facilitating communication in dementia with multimedia technology
Longitudinal fMRI study of aphasia recovery in frontal stroke
Writing in primary progressive anarthria
A case report of a Cantonese surface dyslexic patient: Further evidence for a dual-route model of reading Chinese
Concreteness effects in global alexia: A right hemisphere contribution?
Integration of lexical and sublexical processing in the spelling of regular words: A multiple single-case study of dysgraphia in Italian patients
A case of allographic agraphia
Orthographic neighborhoods: Evidence from dysgraphia
Product relationships in rewriting Arabic numerals from written verbal numerals: A selective difficulty in aphasia
Written accent and surface dysgraphia in a Spanish brain-damaged patient
Rethinking the graphemic buffer?
Tonal dyslexia in Chinese
Tense and agreement in clausal representations: Evidence from German agrammatic aphasia
An insight in small clauses and negative clauses in agrammatism: Data from Italian
Verb transformation in non-fluent progressive aphasia
Morphosyntactic features do matter
A limit for a resource reduction theory of syntactic comprehension deficits: An auditory moving window investigation
Well-formedness judgement in Broca's aphasia: A systematic comparison of different error-types and sentence-types
Question production in Dutch agrammatism
Tense times in aphasic sentence comprehension
Verb activation patterns in on-line sentence processing of Dutch matrix clauses
Complex sentence comprehension in a patient with a semantic short-term memory deficit
Complexity in the comprehension of wh-movement structures in agrammatic Broca's aphasia: Evidence from eyetracking
Production of functional categories in agrammatic narratives: An Item Response Theory Analysis
Verb inflection in Broca's aphasia: Influence of movement, finiteness, tense, and regularity
Explaining verb production difficulty in aphasia: Testing the division of labor between syntactic and semantic information
Symposium Current Controversy: Functional neuroimaging of language Chair: Steven S. Small: Whetting the appetite for wetbrain science: What we can learn about language from functional neuroimaging
Cut us another slice: Why functional imaging research is not very satisfying
Sentence comprehension in progressive aphasia and frontotemporal dementia: An fMRI study
Longitudinal study of semantic memory in Alzheimer's disease
Semantics and syntax of mass and count nouns: Data from aphasia and dementia
Effects of semantic impairment on repetition and verbal short-term memory: Evidence from semantic dementia
Differential impact on aphasic naming induced by repeated naming versus word-onset gating
A deficit in naming and repeating words involving hand imagery in a group of brain-injured patients
The time course of semantic activation in Parkinson's disease
Confounds in the distinction between high- and low-imageability words: Phonological, etymological, and morphological differences
Naming of nouns and verbs in aphasia: Preliminary results of a word retrieval task in a sentence context
Connectionist diagnosis of lexical processing in aphasia: Comparing a single- versus a dual-route model of repetition
The role of similarity structure in category specific deficits in Alzheimer’s disease
Categorization processes in corticobasal degeneration and Alzheimer’s disease
Potential words in aphasic noun compound production
Processing of mass/count information in semantic dementia and agrammatic aphasia
Two types of semantic impairment in different patient populations: Content versus process
Mathematics in right hemisphere aphasia: A case series study
Right hemisphere stroke: Group and individual performance trends on word list recall and recognition
Effects of right hemisphere brain injury on the use of components of prosody for syntactic comprehension
Resource limitations as a determinant of right-hemisphere-damaged difficulties in processing alternative metaphorical meaning of words
Lack of inhibition could contribute to non-literal language impairments in right-hemisphere-damaged individuals
A subcortical chain of command involved in the regulation of linguistic processes?
An errorless learning approach to treating dysnomia
Understanding response to treatment with error analysis
Unexpected recovery of language function after massive left-hemisphere infarct: Coordinated psycholinguistic and neuroimaging studies
Auditory sentence processing in an aphasic patient at different stages of recovery: An ERP investigation
The benefits of orthographic cueing to naming deficits in aphasia: A case study
Using strengths to treat deficits: A case study in anomia treatment
The role of effort in errorless and errorful learning
The role of the “visual word form area” in modality independent lexical processing
An event-related fMRI investigation of phonological-lexical competition
Natural versus grammatical gender: An fMRI study on lexical processing in the human brain