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Best, W; Herbert, R; Hickin, J; Howard, D; Osborne, F; (2002) Phonological and orthographic facilitation of word retrieval in aphasia: immediate and delayed effects. In: Nickels, L, (ed.) Cognitive Neuropsychological Approaches to Spoken Word Production. (pp. 151-168). Psychology Press: Hove.

Black, M; (2002) Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress of Neurological Rehabilitation. Venice, 2-6 April. Presented at: Therapy for Thinking and Rethinking Therapy.Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress of Neurological Rehabilitation. Venice, 2-6 April.

Bloch, S; Conner, S; (2002) AAC service developments: The West Sussex experience. Presented at: UNSPECIFIED.

Burch, K; Wilkinson, R; Lock, S; (2002) A single case study of conversation-focused therapy for a couple where one partner has aphasia. Presented at: British Aphasiology Society: Proceedings of the therapy symposium, Hayes Conference Centre, wanwick, Derbyshire, 11-12 September 2002.

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Hickin, J; Best, W; Herbert, R; Howard, D; Osborne, F; (2002) Phonological therapy for word-finding difficulties: a re-evaluation. In: Nickels, L, (ed.) Rehabilitation of spoken word production in aphasia. (pp. 981-999). Psychology Press: Hove.

Hoogerwerf, EJ; Lysley, A; Clarke, MT; (2002) Assistive Technology Against Social Exclusion. AIAS Bologna onlus: Bologna.

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Moorey, M; Mahon, M; (2002) Recognizing hearing problems. In: Kersner, M and Wright, J, (eds.) How to manage communication problems in young children. David Fulton Publishers Ltd: London.

Murphy, J; Bloch, S; (2002) Motor Neurone Disease: AAC and everyday conversation. Communication Matters , 16 (1) pp. 3-7.

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Rees, R; (2002) Why is a chip like a ship?: The role of computers in testing deaf children's speech. UCL Science , 16

Rees, R; (2002) Language Programmes. In: Kersner, M and Wright, JA, (eds.) How to Manage Communication Problems in Young Children. (pp. 81-94). David Fulton Publishers: London.

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Sacchett, C; (2002) Drawing in aphasia: moving towards the interactive. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies , 57 pp. 263-277.

Sharkawi, AEI; Ramig, L; Logemann, JA; Pauloski, PR; Rademaker, AW; Smith, CH; (2002) Swallowing and voice effects of Lee Silverman voice treatment (LSVT): a pilot study. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry , 72 (1) pp. 31-36. 10.1136/jnnp.72.1.31. Green open access
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Varley, R; Siegal, M; (2002) Language, cognition, and the nature of modularity: Evidence from aphasia. Behavioral and Brain Sciences , 25 (6) 702 - 703. 10.1017/S0140525X02520124. Green open access
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Varley, RA; (2002) Science without grammar: scientific reasoning in severe agrammatic aphasia. In: Carruthers, P, and Stich, S, and Siegal, M, , (eds.) Cognitive Bases of Science. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

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Wright, JA; Wood, J; Stackhouse, J; (2002) Early Years Language and Literacy. In: Dyslexia Handbook. British Dyslexia Association: Reading.

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