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Dialogue despite difficulties: A study of communication between aphasics and unimpaired speakers.
In: Givon, T, (ed.)
Conversation: Cognitive, Communicative and Social Perspectives.
John Benjamins: Amsterdam.
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.
Whurr Publishers Ltd: London.
Repetition priming of homographs and novel objects: Evidence for an item-specific locus.
British Journal of Psychology
Impaired non-word reading with normal reading: a case study.
Journal of Research in Reading
Fractionating the articulatory loop: dissociations and associations in phonological recoding in aphasia.
Brain and Language
Disability Living Allowance: is dysphasia a basis for claims?
Oral sensory discrimination of fluid viscosity.