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The role and neural representation of grammatical class: a special issue of the Journal of Neurolinguistics
Shapiro, K.; Caramazza, A.
Words in the brain: lexical determinants of word-induced brain activity
Osterhout, L.; Allen, M.; McLaughlin, J.
Selective impairment of morphosyntactic production in a neurological patient
Thompson, C.K.; Fix, S.; Gitelman, D.
'Little words'-not really: function and content words in normal and aphasic speech
Bird, H.; Franklin, S.; Howard, D.
Verbs: some properties and their consequences for agrammatic Broca's aphasia
Bastiaanse, R.; Rispens, J.; Ruigendijk, E.; Rabadan, O.J.; Thompson, C.K.
A morphological processing deficit in verbs but not in nouns: a case study in a highly inflected language
Tsapkini, K.; Jarema, G.; Kehayia, E.
Verbs and nouns-a review of the literature
A semantic analysis of grammatical class impairments: semantic representations of object nouns, action nouns and action verbs
Vinson, D.P.; Vigliocco, G.
Grammatical class and imageability in aphasic word production: their effects are independent
Berndt, R.S.; Haendiges, A.N.; Burton, M.W.; Mitchum, C.C.
Selective difficulties with spoken nouns and written verbs: A single case study
Rapp, B.; Caramazza, A.
Selective impairment of knowledge underlying un- prefixation: further evidence for the autonomy of grammatical semantics
Kemmerer, D.; Wright, S.K.
Sensitivity to the verb [+/-agentive] feature: the case of an aphasic subject