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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 19, Number 6, 1 September 2002

Why semantic dementia drives you to the dogs (but not to the horses): A theoretical account
pp. 483-503(21)
Authors: Cappelletti, Marinella; Kopelman, Michael; Butterworth, Brian

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Representing arithmetic table facts in memory: Evidence from acquired impairments
pp. 505-522(18)
Authors: Whalen, John; McCloskey, Michael; Lindemann, Margarethe; Bouton, Graham

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Regions of neural dysfunction associated with impaired naming of actions and objects in acute stroke
pp. 523-534(12)
Authors: Hillis, Argye E.; Tuffiash, Elizabeth; Wityk, Robert J.; Barker, Peter B.

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Sequential and parallel letter processing in letter-by-letter dyslexia
pp. 535-555(21)
Authors: Arguin, Martin; Fiset, Stéphanie; Bub, Daniel

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Standing on the gateway to memory: Shouldn't we step in?
pp. 557-575(19)
Authors: Treves, Alessandro; Samengo, Inés

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