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Auditory agnosia.
  • L. Slevc, A. Shell
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Handbook of clinical neurology
  • 31 December 2015
Auditory agnosia refers to impairments in sound perception and identification despite intact hearing, cognitive functioning, and language abilities (reading, writing, and speaking). Auditory agnosiaExpand
Translating the Bible from the 7th to the 17th Century
The role of domain general cognitive mechanisms in bilingual language production
Title of thesis: THE ROLE OF DOMAIN GENERAL COGNITIVE MECHANISMS IN BILINGUAL LANGUAGE PRODUCTION Alison Ruppel Shell, M.S., 2015 Thesis directed by: Dr. L. Robert Slevc Department of PsychologyExpand
The Farkas System of Craniofacial Anthropometry: Methodology and Normative Databases
LG Farkas created the first comprehensive craniofacial surface anthropometric atlas Anthropometry of the Head and Face in Medicine in 1981, and he has continued to develop new measurements andExpand
Catholicism, Controversy and the English Literary Imagination, 1558–1660
The Catholic contribution to English literature has been widely neglected or misunderstood. Drawing on extensive original research, this book sets out to rehabilitate a wide range of CatholicExpand
Oral Culture and Catholicism in Early Modern England
After the Reformation, England's Catholics were marginalised and officially excluded from using printed media for propagandist ends. Hence, they turned to oral media, such as ballads and stories, toExpand
'We are made a spectacle': Campion's dramas
This examines the Latin drama and exemplary self-presentation of the Elizabethan Catholic martyr Edmund Campion.
Why didn't Shakespeare write religious verse ?
(For book) A remarkable resurgence of interest has taken place over recent years in a biographical approach to the work of early modern poets and dramatists, in particular the plays of Shakespeare,Expand
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