Words and things : cognitive neuropsychological studies in tribute to Eleanor M. Safftan

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Words and things : cognitive neuropsychological studies in tribute to Eleanor M. Safftan

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sivut 99-462 : kuvitettu
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englanti
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Special issue of the journal Cognitive neuropsychology, issues 2, 3, and 4 of vol. 21 (2004).
Julkaisija Hove : Psychology Press 2004.
SarjaSpecial issue of Cognitive neuropsychology
Aiheet
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edited by Marlene Behrmann and Karalyn Patterson
ISBN
1-84169-964-0 sidottu
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Cognitive neuropsychology : special issue
noun/verb dissociation in language production : varieties of causes
Models of errors of omission in aphasic naming
Evidence for the involvement of a nonlexical route in the repetition of familiar words : a comparison of single and dual route models of auditory repetition
Origins of nonword phonological errors in aphasic picture naming
Phonological" dysphasia: a cross-modal phonological impairment affecting repetition, production, and comprehension
Exploring the relationship between word processing and verbal short-term memory : evidence from associations and dissociations
Comprehension of reversible sentences in aphasia : the effects of verb meaning
Semantic relatedness effects in conjoined noun phrase production : implications for the role of short-term memory
role of processing support in the remediation of aphasic language production disorders
Representations of the human body in the production and imitation of complex movements
circumscribed refractory access disorder : a verbal semantic impairment sparing visual semantics
Sentence comprehension in semantic dementia : a longitudinal case study
Natural selection : the impact of semantic impairment on lexical and object decision
Temporally graded semantic memory loss in Alzheimer's Disease : cross-sectional and longitudinal studies
Lexical influences in graphemic buffer disorder
Implicit recognition in pure alexia : the Saffran effect : a tale of two systems or two procedures?
Object identification in simultanagnosia : when wholes are not the sum of their parts
Pure alexia and covert reading : evidence from Stroop tasks