Dynamics of reorganisation in the language system after stroke: An fMRI-follow-up study from the acute to the chronic phase
Evidence for altered functional connectivity in a language comprehension task following stroke
When lexical selection gets tough, the LIFG gets going: A lesion analysis study of interference during word production☆
Orthographic effects on picture naming in Chinese: A 4T erfMRI study
Can Alzheimer's disease patients learn a novel semantic category by implicit means?
The protective effects of behavioral intervention in a case of primary progressive aphasia
Generative naming in aphasia during conditions of quiet and cafeteria noise distraction
Lexical decision reflects an interaction of word form and meaning: Implications for aphasiology
Neighbourhood density effects in auditory nonword processing in aphasia
Spared semantic knowledge of manipulable objects but impaired representation of gestures required for their use: A case study
Are verbs like inanimate objects?
A relative vowel deficit in aphasia sparing the lexicon of numbers
Cortical plasticity of language measured by EEG in a case of anomic aphasia
Perception of lexical stress differences in LHD and RHD subjects
Why verbs could be more demanding of executive resources than nouns: Insight from a case study of a fv-FTD patient
The semantic-phonological model and progressive aphasia
A direct processing route to translate words from the first to the second language: Evidence from a case of a bilingual aphasic
A neurolinguistic analysis of neologisms in reading
Lexical effects in verbal STM: Evidences from a phonological output buffer patient
Facilitation and interference in phonological blocked-cyclic naming
Deficits in naming in context: The role of semantic STM vs. control of word retrieval
On-line word recognition of verbs and nouns in a French-speaking individual with non-fluent primary progressive aphasia
Access to lexical phonology does not predict retrieval of grammatical gender in Welsh: Implications for theories of language production
A cross-language fMRI study of sentence-level prosody in Mandarin
Gender differences and the brain representation of semantic knowledge
Broca's aphasia and arithmetical disorders in 49,XXXXY syndrome
Duration of the effects of reticulo-thalamic (centromedianum) stimulation on language processing
Neural resources recruited to disambiguate sentences with a temporary structural ambiguity: An fMRI study
Event-related potentials demonstrate prolonged N400 priming effects for English irregular verbs
Noun and verb homophones: Important predictors of picture naming latency and implications for aphasia
The neural correlates of imageability in elderly subjects: An event-related fMRI study
The basal ganglia are receptive to rhythmic compensation during auditory syntactic processing: ERP patient data
Syntactic and semantic influences on BOLD signal responses to comprehension of relative clauses
Text comprehension after traumatic brain injury: Missing the gist?
Age-dependent evolution of the attentional resources for the phonological and semantic processing of words: Cues in favor of an extension of the HAROLD model to language
The neural correlates of imageability and grammatical class in elderly subjects: An event-related fMRI study
Effects of task complexity on agrammatic production of tense and agreement inflection in Dutch
Perception of functional morphology in agrammatic Broca's aphasia
Slow sentence processing in agrammatic Broca's aphasia: Evidence from Dutch reflexive-antecedent dependencies
Discourse linking, canonicity, and comprehension of wh-questions in agrammatism
The (neuro)-psychology of mass and count nouns
The semantic organisation of mass nouns and the representational locus of the mass/count distinction
A dissociation between semantic and syntactic processing of mass/count information in Alzheimer's disease
A deficit in noun syntax representations in aphasia
Dissociating semantics and English count-mass: Evidence from semantic dementia and progressive non-fluent aphasia
Mass and count nouns show distinct EEG cortical processes during an explicit semantic task
Reperfusion of selective areas is associated with improved naming in acute stroke
Using a connectionist model in aphasia therapy for naming disorders
Exploring the dynamics of aphasic word production using the picture-word interference task: A case study
Investigating the serial order mechanism of spelling: A simple recurrent network simulation of the graphemic buffer
Macrostructure revisited: An examination of gist responses in aphasia
Comprehension of discourse relations in the right and left cerebral hemispheres
Temporal events and reference in aphasia: A comparison of talking and test performance
Focus in the left periphery: A cue to agrammatic sentence comprehension?
The interpretation of ambiguous dislocations in agrammatism
Online comprehension of anaphor and pronoun constructions in Broca's aphasia: Evidence from eyetracking
Agrammatic aphasia and aspect
Functional category production in agrammatic speech
Pronoun interpretation in Dutch Broca's and Wernicke's aphasia: A study of VP-ellipsis
Syntactic comprehension in agrammatism: A computational model
Parallels in the breakdown of CP and DP-internal movement processes in agrammatism: A preliminary case study
Impairments of derivational word formation in agrammatic aphasia
Subject drop in Italian Alzheimer's disease
Language therapy in fluent primary progressive aphasia—A single case study
Naming compounds in aphasia and in Alzheimer's disease
No evidence for a rule/procedural deficit in German patients with Parkinson's disease ☆
Use of lexical and semantic information as cues to support short-term memory performance in patients with Alzheimer's disease
Emotional prosody recognition in BG-patients: Disgust recognition revisited
Relative false recollection in dementia
Frequency and semantic effects on verb reading in aging and dementia
Judging category boundaries: Evidence from semantic dementia
How broad is naming difficulty in Alzheimer's disease and frontotemporal dementia?
Verb learning profiles in aphasic frontotemporal dementia subtypes
Quantitative analysis of grammatical deviance in frontotemporal disease
Explaining semantic substitutions in the speech of people with Alzheimer's disease with the two-stage model of lexicalization
Clitic production in Italian agrammatism
Syntactic movement in Turkish agrammatic production
Modality-specific deficits affecting bound and free grammatical elements in written compared to spoken production
Communication disorders following stroke: First step toward a new fluency protocol
Lexical decision with no iconicity effect in German Sign Language: An fMRI-study
Is there a need to control for sublexical frequencies?
Differentiating the neural language system: Contrasting the regular and irregular past tense
Treating verbal short-term memory deficits by increasing the duration of temporary phonological representations: A case study
Model-based treatment of phonetic encoding impairments: Two cases with apraxia of speech☆
Typicality of inanimate category exemplars in aphasia: Further evidence for the semantic complexity effect
Facilitation of written sentence production by direct treatment of oral sentence production—A longitudinal case study of a Broca's aphasic
Understanding the effects of cuing strategies through error analysis
Effects of presentation and recall format on immediate serial recall: A linguistic account
Further evidence of age of acquisition and phonological neighbourhood effect on recovery patterns from anomia
Is ‘time’ up for the irregularity of tense in aphasia, in relation to semantics and the temporal lobe?
Processing of the mass/count distinction in Alzheimer's disease: Evidence from Polish ★
Selection demands vs. association strength in the verb generation task
Using non-verbal tests to measure cognitive ability in patients with aphasia: A comparison of the RCPM and the TONI
External validation of the Cantonese linguistic communication measure
The effect of multiple productions on the single word production of people with acquired speech sound production difficulties: An analysis of two cases
Does training-induced improvement of noncanonical sentence production in agrammatic aphasia generalize to comprehension? A multiple single case study
Treatment for pure alexia using a model based approach: Evidence from one acute aphasic individual
Self-administered MossTalk Words: A single subject design comparing treatment intensity replicated in three cases
Speeded functor reading: A new treatment program for phonological text alexia
Differential recovery of aphasia and apraxia of speech in an adolescent after infarction of the left frontal lobe: Longitudinal behavioral and fMRI data
Recovery of linguistic deficits in stroke patients: A three-year-follow up
Whole-word phonological representations in the Chinese lexicon
Acoustic analysis of speech output in Broca's aphasia and Parkinson's disease
Right hemisphere contributions to phonological processing
Patterns of phoneme and syllable frequency in jargon aphasia
Acoustic correlates to idiomatic interpretations in brain-damaged populations
Lexical and semantic access in letter-by-letter dyslexia: A case report
Different physical similarity principles for lower- and upper-case substitution errors in a case of post-buffer dysgraphia
Phonological agraphia: Functional and anatomical correlates of seven cases
Discovering surface dysgraphia in writers of shallow languages: The use of loan words
Deep dyslexia in Greek: A case study
The interaction between semantic and sublexical routes in reading: Converging evidence from Chinese
The neural consequences of behavioral intervention in dysgraphia: An fMRI investigation
Pure alexia without agraphia after a lesion at the right hemisphere: A case study
Bilingual alexia and agraphia: A neurolinguistic study
Toward an understanding of semantic impairments in aphasia and semantic dementia
Non-verbal semantic impairment in stroke aphasia: A comparison with semantic dementia
Comparing and contrasting patients with refractory access and storage semantic impairments
Left inferior frontal involvement in semantic retention during phrase comprehension and production: Evidence from functional neuroimaging
Verbal and nonverbal semantic impairments in aphasia: An activation deficit hypothesis
Papers to appear in forthcoming issues