ISSN 0264-3294 (Print); ISSN 1464-0627 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
On having royal relatives: Interpreting misidentifications in a case of impaired person recognition
Francis, Dawn; Riddoch, Jane; Humphreys, Glyn
Can phonological and semantic short-term memory be dissociated? Further evidence from landau-kleffner syndrome
Majerus, S.; Linden, M. Van der; Poncelet, M.; Metz-Lutz, M.-N.
Semantic memory is an amodal, dynamic system: Evidence from the interaction of naming and object use in semantic dementia
Coccia, Michela; Bartolini, Marco; Luzzi, Simona; Provinciali, Leandro; Lambon Ralph, Matthew
Comments on Nickels and Howard (2004) "dissociating effects of number of phonemes, number of syllables, and syllable complexity on word production in aphasia: It's the number of phonemes that counts"
Correct responses, error analyses, and theories of word production: A response to Martin
Nickels, Lyndsey; Howard, David
Aphasia in a user of British Sign Language: Dissociation between sign and gesture
Marshall, Jane; Atkinson, Jo; Smulovitch, Elaine; Thacker, Alice; Woll, Bencie
Specific order impairment in arabic number writing: A case-study
Lochy, Aliette; Domahs, Frank; Bartha, Lisa; Delazer, Margarete