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Volume 14, Number 1, 1 January 1997

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The Independence of Phonological and Orthographic Lexical Forms: Evidence from Aphasia
pp. 35-69(35)
Authors: Miceli, G.; Benvegnu, B.; Capasso, R.; Caramazza, A.

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The Autonomy of Lexical Orthography
pp. 71-104(34)
Authors: Rapp, Brenda; Benzing, Lisa; Caramazza, Alfonso

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Complex Dynamic Systems also Predict Dissociations, but They Do Not Reduce to Autonomous Components
pp. 131-165(35)
Authors: Orden, Guy C. Van; Jansen, Marian A.; Haar, Op De; Bosman, Anna M. T.

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Reading Comprehension Is Not Exclusively Reliant upon Phonological Representation
pp. 167-175(9)
Authors: Coltheart, Max; Coltheart, Veronika

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How Many Levels of Processing Are There in Lexical Access?
pp. 177-208(32)
Author: Caramazza, Alfonso

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