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Baron-Cohen, S; Cox, A; Baird, G; Swettenham, J; Nightingale N, M; K, D; A, C; (1996) Psychological markers in the detection of autism in infancy in a large population. British Journal of Psychiatry , 168 pp. 158-163.

Baron-Cohen, S; Swettenham, ; J, ; (1996) The theory of mind hypothesis and alternative accounts. In: Cohen, DAV, (ed.) Handbook of Autism and Developmental Disorders. New York: Wiley.

Baron-Cohen, S; Swettenham, J; (1996) The relationship between SAM and TOMM, two hypotheses. In: Curruthers, P and Smith, P, (eds.) Theories of Theories of Mind. Cambridge University Press

Beeke, S; Dean, EC; Anderson, A; Robertson, A; Kilborn, K; Miller, J; (1996) Communicative competence in aphasic individuals: The linguistic contributions of the unimpaired partner. Brain and Language , 55 (1) pp. 119-122.

Beeke, S; Dean, EC; Kilborn, K; Anderson, A; Robertson, A; Miller, J; (1996) Communicative performance in aphasia - the effect of syntactic processing skills. In: Caring to Communicate: Proceedings of the Golden Jubilee Conference. Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists: London.

Beeke, S; Dean, EC; Kilborn, K; Anderson, A; Robertson, A; Miller, J; (1996) The relationship between syntactic processing and communicative performance in aphasia. In: Powell, T, (ed.) Pathologies of Speech and Language: Contributions of Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics. (pp. 75-88). ICPLA: New Orleans.

Bellman, S; Mahon, HM; (1996) Evaluation of the E2L Toy Test as a screening procedure in clinical practice. British Journal of Audiology , 30 pp. 286-298.

Best, W; (1996) Fractionating anomia - evidence for a lemma selection deficit from a single case study. Brain and Language , 55 (1) pp. 158-159.

Best, W; (1996) When raquets are baskets but baskets are biscuits, where do the words come from?: a single case study of formal paraphasic errors in aphasia. Cognitive Neuropsychology , 13 (3) pp. 443-480. 10.1080/026432996381971.

Brown, GDA; Hulme, C; (1996) Nonword repetition, STM and word age of acquisition: A computational model. Models of short-term memory. pp. 129-148.

Brown, GDA; Hulme, C; Dalloz, P; (1996) Connectionism and convolution as basic mechanisms of human memory. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology , 49 pp. 1-24.

Brown, GDA; Preece, T; Hulme, C; (1996) The development of associative memory: A connectionist account of learning-to-learn. Connectionist models of memory and language.


Dean, MP; Young, AW; (1996) An Item-specific Locus of Repetition Priming. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A: Human Experimental Psychology , 49 (2) pp. 269-294.


Foulds, J; Stapleton, J; Swettenham, J; Bell, N; McSorley, K; Russell, ; (1996) Cognitive performance effects of subcutaneous nicotine in smokers and never-smokers. Psychopharmacology , 127 pp. 31-38.


Howard, D; Best, W; (1996) Developmental phonological dyslexia: real word reading can be completely normal. Cognitive Neuropsychology , 13 (6) pp. 887-934. 10.1080/026432996381854.


Mahon, M; Kersner, M; Nzama, S; (1996) A survey into speech and language therapy services for children with communication problems in Zimbabwe. Social Sciences in Health , 2 (3) pp. 137-146.

Marshall, J; Sacchett, C; (1996) Does the Volunteer Stroke Scheme improve social outcome after a stroke? Clinical Rehabilitation , 10 pp. 104-111.


Nation, K; Hulme, C; (1996) The automatic activation of sound-letter knowledge: An alternative interpretation of analogy and priming effects in early spelling development. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology , 63 pp. 416-435.

Nickels, L; Best, W; (1996) Therapy for naming disorders (part 1): principles, puzzles and progress. Aphasiology , 10 (1/2008) pp. 21-47.

Nickels, L; Best, W; (1996) Therapy for naming disorders (part II): specifics, surprises and suggestions. Aphasiology , 10 (2) pp. 109-136.


Sacchett, C; (1996) Drawing Together: evaluation of a therapy programme. Presented at: The Stroke Association Research Conference, Bromley, UK.

Sacchett, C; Lindsay, J; (1996) Communicative drawing in severe aphasia: revealing competence and rebuilding identity. Presented at: British Aphasiology Society Therapy Symposium.

Shields, J; Varley, R; Broks, P; Simpson, A; (1996) Social cognition in developmental language disorders and high-level autism. Dev Med Child Neurol , 38 (6) pp. 487-495.

Shields, J., ; Varley, RA; Broks, P., ; Simpson, A., ; (1996) Deficits in social cognition in semantic-pragmatic disorder and autism. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology (38) pp. 487-495.

Sims, K; Henderson, SE; Hulme, C; Morton, J; (1996) The remediation of clumsiness .1. An evaluation of Laszlo's kinaesthetic approach. DEV MED CHILD NEUROL , 38 (11) 976 - 987.

Sims, K; Henderson, SE; Hulme, C; Morton, J; (1996) The remediation of clumsiness. I: An evaluation of Laszlo's kinaesthetic approach. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology , 38 pp. 976-987.

Sims, K; Henderson, SE; Morton, J; Hulme, C; (1996) The remediation of clumsiness. II: Is kinaesthesis the answer? Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology , 38 pp. 988-997.

Snowling, M; Bryant, PE; Hulme, C; (1996) Theoretical and methodological pitfalls in making comparisons between developmental and acquired dyslexia: some comments on Castles & Coltheart. Reading and Writing , 8 pp. 443-451.

Stothard, S; Hulme, C; (1996) A comparison of reading comprehenison and decoding difficulties in children. Reading comprehension difficulties: Processes and interventions. pp. 93-112.

Stothard, S; Snowling, M; Hulme, C; (1996) Deficits in phonology but not dyslexic? Cognitive Neuropsychology , 13 pp. 641-672.

Swettenham, J; (1996) The early diagnosis of autism: screening at 18 months of age. Advances in the Assessment and management of Autism , 13

Swettenham, J; Baron-Cohen, S; Charman, T; Cox, A; Baird, G; (1996) An epidemiological Study of autism at 20 months of age. Presented at: XIVth Biennial Meetings of The International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, Quebec City, Canada..

Swettenham, J; Baron-Cohen, S; Cox, A; Baird, G; (1996) Can autism be detected by 20 months of age? Presented at: 5th Congress Autism Europe, Barcelona, Spain.

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