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Rehearsal in Spatial Working Memory: Evidence From Neuroimaging
A variety of biological evidence has identified a frontal-parietal circuit underlying spatial working memory for visual stimuli. But the question remains, how do these neural regions accomplish theExpand
Coreference processing and levels of analysis in object-relative constructions; Demonstration of antecedent reactivation with the cross-modal priming paradigm
This paper is concerned with two related issues in sentence processing-one methodological and one theoretical. Methodologically, it provides an unconfounded test of the ability of the cross-modalExpand
Neural correlates of lexicon and grammar: Evidence from the production, reading, and judgment of inflection in aphasia
Are the linguistic forms that are memorized in the mental lexicon and those that are specified by the rules of grammar subserved by distinct neurocognitive systems or by a single computational systemExpand
The Processing of Non-canonically Ordered Constituents in Long Distance Dependencies by Pre-school Children: a Real-time Investigation
  • T. Love
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of psycholinguistic research
  • 20 March 2007
Four experiments were performed which had the goal of determining how and when young children acquire the ability to understand long distance dependencies. These studies examined the operationsExpand
How left inferior frontal cortex participates in syntactic processing: Evidence from aphasia
We report on three experiments that provide a real-time processing perspective on the poor comprehension of Broca's aphasic patients for non-canonically structured sentences. In the first experimentExpand
Speed of Lexical Activation in Nonfluent Broca's Aphasia and Fluent Wernicke's Aphasia
Rapid, automatic access to lexical/semantic knowledge is critical in supporting the tight temporal constraints of on-line sentence comprehension. Based on findings of "abnormal" lexical priming inExpand
Are mirror neurons the basis of speech perception? Evidence from five cases with damage to the purported human mirror system
The discovery of mirror neurons in macaque has led to a resurrection of motor theories of speech perception. Although the majority of lesion and functional imaging studies have associated perceptionExpand
Processing distinct linguistic information types in working memory in aphasia
Background: Recent investigations have suggested that adults with aphasia present with a working memory deficit that may contribute to their language‐processing difficulties. Working memory capacityExpand
On the Categorization of Aphasic Typologies: The SOAP (A Test of Syntactic Complexity)
  • T. Love, E. Oster
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Journal of psycholinguistic research
  • 1 September 2002
This paper presents a new measure of syntactic comprehension abilities in brain-damaged populations known as the SOAP (Subject- Relative, Object-relative, Active, and Passive), along with data supporting its sensitivity and specificity. Expand
There's more to emotion than meets the eye: A processing bias for neutral content in the domain of emotional prosody
Research on emotion processing in the visual modality suggests a processing advantage for emotionally salient stimuli, even at early sensory stages; however, results concerning the auditoryExpand