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Manual skill, hand skill asymmetry, and cognitive performances in young children
TLDR
The results fit the assumption of a significant role of early manual behaviour in aspects of cognitive development not relying exclusively on phonology, and raise questions about cognitive development and rehabilitation of children with early occurring manual deficiencies. Expand
Selective Impairments of Action Naming: Arguments and a Case Study
Clinical observation very early suggested that the “nature” of the words themselves had an influence on the ease with which aphasics can produce their verbal labels. Lotmar, in 1919, studying theExpand
Factors predicting success in picture naming in Alzheimer's disease and primary progressive aphasia
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The results of the multiple regression analyses showed that age of acquisition and name agreement were significant for 10/16 subjects and visual complexity, frequency, familiarity, and category were also significant for four patients respectively. Expand
Picture-naming norms for Canadian French: Name agreement, familiarity, visual complexity, and age of acquisition
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Canadian French normative data for line drawings from the European Picture Pool for Oral Naming suggests that age of acquisition and name agreement show significant age-related differences and shows that unequivocal interpretation of age- related differences can be made when age-appropriate norms are used. Expand
Confrontation naming rehabilitation in aphasics: A computerised written technique
Abstract This group study presents the structure, content, and results of a computerised rehabilitation technique of confrontation naming applied to aphasics patients (n = 18). The global analysesExpand
Spared naming without comprehension
  • H. Kremin
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Neurolinguistics
  • 1 April 1986
Abstract The performance of two aphasic subjects is discussed with reference to the mean performance of 40 aphasies on a test battery exploring oral naming of objects and the comprehension of thoseExpand
Neurolinguistic Research on Reading Disorders Resulting from Left Hemisphere Lesions: Aphasie and “Pure” Alexias
Publisher Summary This chapter presents a historical review of studies of reading problems that are caused by focal lesions of the left hemisphere and is followed by a survey of current research onExpand
Picture Confrontation Oral Naming: Performance Differences between Aphasics and Normals
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Oral confrontation naming was compared in 108 normal subjects controlled for education, age, and gender and in 18 aphasic patients for the same set of 115 pictures and indicated specific deficits in patients. Expand
Rehabilitation of confrontation naming in aphasia: Relations between oral and written modalities.
Abstract This study presents a microcomputer-assisted rehabilitation programme for picture confrontation naming impairments. The results reported concern two aphasic patients with inverseExpand
Age of acquisition and name agreement as predictors of mean response latencies in picture naming of French adults.
TLDR
The results of simple and multiple regression analyses show that only two variables make independent contributions to mean response latency: age of acquisition and name agreement. Expand
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