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Best, W; (1999) Finding Lost Words. Speaking Up, the Newsletter of Action for Dysphasic Adults pp. 4-5.

Best, W; (1999) Treating word-finding difficulties in aphasia: what does research tell us? Presented at: Report from Nordic Aphasia Congress.

Brown, G; Vousden, JI; McCormack, T; Hulme, C; (1999) The development of serial order: A temporal-contextual distinctiveness model. International Journal of Psychology. , 34 pp. 389-402.

Byng, S; Black, M; (1999) Reversible Sentence Comprehension Test. [Book]. Winslow: London.

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Cavalli, L; Hirson, A; (1999) Diplophonia Reappraised. Journal of Voice , 13 (4) pp. 542-556.

Colangelo, LA; Logemann, JA; Rademaker, AW; Pauloski, BR; Smith, CH; (1999) Factors related to dropout in a study of head and neck cancer patients after surgery. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery , 120 pp. 368-374.

Colangelo, LA; Logemann, JA; Rademaker, AW; Pauloski, BR; Smith, CH; Smith, C; (1999) Relating speech and swallow function to dropout in a longitudinal study of head and neck cancer. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery , 121 pp. 713-719. 10.1053/hn.1999.v121.a97782.

Cox, A; Klein, K; Charman, T; Baird, G; Baron-Cohen, S; Swettenham, J; Drew, A; (1999) Autism spectrum disorders at 20 and 42 months of age: stability of clinical and ADI-R diagnosis. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry , 40 (5) pp. 719-732.

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Donlan, C; Gourlay, S; (1999) The importance of non-verbal skills in the acquisition of place-value knowledge: Evidence from normally-developing and language-impaired children. BRIT J DEV PSYCHOL , 17 1 - 19.

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Hatcher, PJ; Hulme, C; (1999) Phonemes, rhymes and intelligence as predictors of children’s responsiveness to remedial reading instruction: Evidence from a longitudinal intervention study. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology , 72 pp. 130-153.

Hulme, C; Newton, P; Cowan, N; Stuart, G; Brown, G; (1999) Think before you speak: pauses, memory search and trace redintegration processes in verbal memory span. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition , 25 pp. 447-463.

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Laing, E; Hulme, C; (1999) Phonological and semantic processes influence beginning readers’ ability to learn to read words. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. , 73 pp. 183-207.

Lindsay, J; Wilkinson, R; (1999) Repair sequences in aphasic talk: a comparison of aphasic-speech and language therapist and aphasic-spouse conversations. Aphasiology , 13 (4) pp. 305-325.

Lundy, D; Smith, CH; Colangelo, LA; Sullivan, PA; Logemann, JA; Lazarus, CL; Newman, LA; (1999) Aspiration: etiology and implications. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery , 120 pp. 474-478. 10.1053/hn.1999.v120.a91765.

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Marshall, J; Black, M; Byng, S; (1999) Working with Sentences: A Handbook for Aphasia Therapists. [Book]. Winslow: London.

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Newton, C; Wells, B; (1999) The development of between-word processes in the connected speech of children aged between three and seven. In: Maassen, B and Groenen, P, (eds.) Pathologies of Speech and Language: Advances in Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics. (pp. 67-75). Whurr Publishers Ltd: London.

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Plaisted, K; Swettenham, J; Rees, L; (1999) Children with autism show local precedence in a divided attention task and global precedence in a selective attention task. J Child Psychol Psychiatry , 40 (5) pp. 733-742.

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Sacchett, C; Byng, S; Marshall, J; Pound, C; (1999) Drawing together: evaluation of a therapy programme for severe aphasia. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders , 34 (3) pp. 265-290.

Smith, CH; Logemann, JA; Colangelo, LA; Rademaker, AW; Pauloski, BR; (1999) Incidence and patient characteristics associated with silent aspiration in the acute care setting. Dysphagia , 14 pp. 1-7. 10.1007/PL00009579.

Snowling, MJ; Hulme, C; (1999) A connectionist perspective on reading and its difficulties. Dyslexia: Advances in Theory and Practice.

Sutton, J; Smith, PK; Swettenham, J; (1999) Bullying 'Theory of Mind': A critique of the 'Social skills deficit' view of anti-social behaviour. Social Development , 8 (1) pp. 117-127.

Sutton, J; Smith, PK; Swettenham, J; (1999) Social cognition and bullying: Social inadequacy or skilled manipulation? British Journal of Developmental Psychology , 17 (3) pp. 435-450.

Sutton, J; Smith, PK; Swettenham, J; (1999) Socially undesirable need not be incompetent: A response to Crick and Dodge. Social Development , 8 (1) pp. 132-134.

Swettenham, J; Baron-Cohen, S; Charman, T; Cox, A; Baird, G; (1999) Six Year Follow Up of The CHAT (Checklist for Autism in Toddlers). Presented at: XV Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Alberquerque, U.S.A..

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Varley, R; Whiteside, S; Luff, H; (1999) Apraxia of speech as a disruption of word-level schemata: Some durational evidence. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology , 7 (2) pp. 127-132.

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Walker, I; Hulme, C; (1999) Concrete words are easier to recall than abstract: Evidence for a semantic contribution to short-term serial recall. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. , 25 pp. 1256-1271.

Wilkinson, R; (1999) Conversation Analysis and Aphasia: Introduction. Aphasiology , 13 (4-5) pp. 251-258. 10.1080/026870399402082.

Wilkinson, R; (1999) Sequentiality as a problem and a resource for intersubjectivity in aphasic conversation: analysis and implications for therapy. Aphasiology , 13 (4) pp. 327-343.

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