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Beeke, S; (2003) Book Review: Cognitive neuropsychology and conversation analysis in aphasia: An introductory casebook by R. Lesser & L. Perkins. Aphasiology , 17 (8) pp. 781-785. 10.1080/02687030244000518.

Best, W; (2003) Finding the right approach: How do Speech and Language Therapists tackle word-finding problems in children? Bulletin - Royal College of speech and Language Therapists pp. 5-6.

Best, W; (2003) A new intervention for word-finding difficulties. Presented at: Child Language Seminar.

Black, M; Chiat, S; (2003) Linguistics for Clinicians. [Book]. Arnold Publishers: London.

Black, M; Chiat, S; (2003) Noun-verb dissociations: a multi-faceted phenomenon. Journal of Neurolinguistics , 16 (2) pp. 231-250. 10.1016/S0911-6044(02)00017-9.

Black, M; Ireland, C; (2003) Talking to ourselves: Dialogues in and out of language. In: S Parr, JD and eds, CP, (eds.) Aphasia Inside Out. (pp. 21-31). The Open University Press: Milton Keynes.


Donlan, C; (2003) The early numeracy of children with specific language impairments. In: Baroody, A and Dowker, A, (eds.) The development of arithmetic concepts and skills. (pp. 337-358). Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, New Jersey.


Hickin, J; Best, W; Herbert, R; Howard, D; Osborne, F; (2003) 'Therapy for word-finding difficulties in aphasia: measuring the impact on real life communication. Presented at: UNSPECIFIED.


Mahon, M; (2003) Conversations with young deaf children in families where English is an additional language. In: Gallaway, C and Young, SA, (eds.) Deafness and Education in the UK: Research Perspectives. (pp. 35-53). Wiley: London.


Sacchett, C; (2003) Attentional procedures in event processing: Drawing some conclusions. Presented at: Verbs: Properties, Processes, Problems.

Sacchett, C; (2003) An investigation of the relationship between conceptualisation and non-linguistic communication: evidence from drawing in aphasia. Presented at: Aphasia Therapy Workshop: Current Approaches to Aphasia Therapy - Principles and Applications.


Wilkinson, R; Beeke, S; Maxim, J; (2003) Adapting to conversation: on the use of linguistic resources by speakers with fluent aphasia in the construction of turns at talk. In: Charles, G, (ed.) Conversation and Brain Damage. (pp. 59-89). Oxford University Press: New York.

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