Noun-verb dissociations-evidence from acquisition and developmental and acquired impairments
Looming a loom: evidence for independent access to grammatical and phonological properties in verb retrieval
Shapiro, K.; Caramazza, A.
Verbs and nouns: the importance of being imageable
Bird, H.; Howard, D.; Franklin, S.
Unaccusative verb production in agrammatic aphasia: the argument structure complexity hypothesis
Kissing and dancing-a test to distinguish the lexical and conceptual contributions to noun/verb and action/object dissociation. Preliminary results in patients with frontotemporal dementia
Bak, T.H.; Hodges, J.R.
The neural correlates of noun and verb processing
Cappa, S.F.; Perani, D.
Beyond naming patterns in children with WFDs-definitions for nouns and verbs
Dockrell, J.E.; Messer, D.; George, R.; Ralli, A.
Acquisition and loss of nouns and verbs: parallel or divergent patterns?
de Bleser, R.; Kauschke, C.
Noun-verb dissociations: a multi-faceted phenomenon
Black, M.; Chiat, S.