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Number of items: 7.

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Anderson, AM; Robertson, A; Kilborn, K; Beeke, S; Dean, E; (1997) Dialogue despite difficulties: A study of communication between aphasics and unimpaired speakers. In: Givon, T, (ed.) Conversation: Cognitive, Communicative and Social Perspectives. (pp. 1-39). John Benjamins: Amsterdam.

B

Best, W; Howard, D; Bruce, C; Gatehouse, C; (1997) A treatment for anomia: combining semantics, phonology and orthography. In: Chiat, S and Law, J and Marshall, J, (eds.) Language disorders in children and adults: Psycholinguistic approaches to therapy. (pp. 102-129). Whurr Publishers Ltd: London.

D

Dean, MP; Young, AW; (1997) Repetition priming of homographs and novel objects: Evidence for an item-specific locus. British Journal of Psychology , 88 (1) pp. 117-141.

H

Howard, D; Best, W; (1997) Impaired non-word reading with normal reading: a case study. Journal of Research in Reading , 20 (1) pp. 105-114.

N

Nickels, L; Howard, D; Best, W; (1997) Fractionating the articulatory loop: dissociations and associations in phonological recoding in aphasia. Brain and Language , 56 pp. 161-182. 10.1006/brln.1997.1732.

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Sacchett, C; (1997) Disability Living Allowance: is dysphasia a basis for claims? RCSLT Bulletin pp. 10-12.

Smith, CH; Logemann, JA; Burghardt, WR; Carrell, TD; Zecker, SG; (1997) Oral sensory discrimination of fluid viscosity. Dysphagia , 12 pp. 68-73. 10.1007/PL00009521.

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