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Best, W; (1995) A reverse length effect in dysphasic naming: when elephant is easier than ant. Cortex , 31 pp. 637-652.

Bishop, DVM; North, T; Donlan, C; (1995) GENETIC BASIS OF SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT: EVIDENCE FROM A TWIN STUDY. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology , 37 (1) pp. 56-71. 10.1111/j.1469-8749.1995.tb11932.x.

Brown, GDA; Dalloz, P; Hulme, C; (1995) Mathematical and connectionist models of memory: A comparison. Memory , 3 pp. 113-145.

Brown, GDA; Hulme, C; (1995) Modelling item length effects in memory span: No rehearsal needed? Journal of Memory and Language , 34 pp. 594-621.


Hatcher, P; Hulme, C; Ellis, AW; (1995) Helping to overcome early reading failure by combining the teaching of reading and phonological skills. Learning to Read

Howard, S; Varley, R; (1995) III: EPG in therapy using electropalatography to treat severe acquired apraxia of speech. European Journal of Disorders of Communication , 30 (2) pp. 246-255.

Howard,S, ; Varley, RA; (1995) Acquired speech disorder: differential diagnosis using perceptual and instrumental analysis. In: Perkins, M, and Howard, S, , (eds.) Clinical Linguistic Case Studies. Whurr: London.

Hulme, C; Quinlan, P; Bolt, G; Snowling, M; (1995) Building phonological knowledge into a connectionist model of the development of word naming. Language and Cognitive Processes , 10 pp. 387-391.

Hulme, C; Roodenrys, S; (1995) Practitioner review: Verbal working memory development and its disorders. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry , 36 pp. 373-398.

Hulme, C; Roodenrys, S; Brown, GDA; Mercer, R; (1995) The role of long-term memory mechanisms in memory span. British Journal of Psychology , 86 pp. 527-536.


Kilborn, K; Anderson, A; Dean, E; Robertson, A; Beeke, S; (1995) Communicative competence and on-line processing: relevance for research and treatment in aphasia. Brain and Language , 48 (1) pp. 120-123.


Rabbitt, P; Donlan, C; Watson, P; McInnes, L; et, A; (1995) Unique and interactive effects of depression, age, socioeconomic advantage, and gender on cognitive performance of normal healthy older people. Psychology and Aging , 10 (3) pp. 307-313. 10.1037//0882-7974.10.3.307.


Stothard, S; Hulme, C; (1995) A comparison of phonological skills in children with reading comprehension difficulties and children with decoding difficulties. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry , 36 pp. 399-408.

Swettenham, J; Baron-Cohen, S; Cox, A; Baird, G; (1995) Psychological markers in the detection of autism in infancy in a large population. Presented at: Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Indianapolis, U.S.A..

Swettenham, J; Baron-Cohen, S; Cox, A; Baird, G; (1995) Using the analogy of photographs to teach children with autism an alternative to a theory of mind. Presented at: VIIth European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Krakow, Poland..


Varley, R; (1995) Lexical-semantic deficits following right hemisphere damage: evidence from verbal fluency tasks. Eur J Disord Commun , 30 (3) pp. 362-371.

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