Language and the Brain
Representation and Processing
Foundations of Neuropsychology Series
Coordinators: Grodzinsky Yosef, Shapiro Lewis P., Swinney DavidLanguage: Anglais
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400 p. · 15.2x22.9 cm · Hardback
In Dedication to Edgar Basil Zurif.
Architecture of the Language System:
R. Jackendoff, Fodorian Modularity and Representational Modularity.
M. Garrett, Remarks on the Architecture of Language Processing Systems.
The Comprehension-Production Interface:
Y. Grodzinsky, Overarching Agrammatism.
G. Hickok, Speech Perception, Conduction Aphasia, and the Functional Neuroanatomy of Language.
J.L. Nicol and T. Love, Overarching Agrammatism: When Comprehension Involves Production.
The Memory-Language Interface:
E.E. Smith and A. Geva, Verbal Working Memory and Its Connections to Language Processing.
L.S. Cermak, Sentence Memory in Amnesia.
The Lexical-Structural Interface:
M.L. Albert, Toward a Neurochemistry of Naming and Anomia.
S.E. Blumstein and W.P. Milberg, Language Deficits in Broca's and Wernicke's Aphasia: A Singular Impairment.
H. Brownell, Right Hemisphere Contributions to Understanding Lexical Connotation and Metaphor.
A. Caramazza, Aspects of Lexical Access: Evidence from Aphasia.
E. Canseco-Gonzalez, Using the Recording of Event-Related Brain Potentials in the Study of Sentence Processing.
H. Goodglass, Grammatical Gender Is Not Always Syntactic.
D. Swinney, P. Prather, and T. Love, The Time-Course of Lexical Access and the Role of Context: Converging Evidence from Normal and Aphasic Processing.
The Syntax-Discourse Interface:
S. Avrutin, Comprehension of Discourse-Linked and Non-Discourse-Linked Questions by Children and Broca's Aphasics.
D. Caplan, Positron Emission Tomographic Studies of Syntactic Processing.
M.M. Piñango, Canonicity in Broca's Sentence Comprehension: The Case of Psychological Verbs.
J. Maling, A Simple Argument for Subject Gaps.
L.P. Shapiro, Some Recent Investigations of Gap Filling in Normal Listeners: Implications for Normal and Disordered Language Processing.