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DRUKS, J; MARSHALL, JC; (1991) AGRAMMATISM - AN ANALYSIS AND CRITIQUE, WITH NEW EVIDENCE FROM 4 HEBREW-SPEAKING APHASIC PATIENTS. COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCH , 8 (6) 415 - 433.

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Faulkner, A; Ball, V; Fourcin, AJ; (1991) New speech pattern hearing aids for the profoundly deaf. Presented at: UNSPECIFIED.

Faulkner, A; Rosen, S; Walliker, JR; Fourcin, AJ; (1991) Psychoacoustic performance with a multi-channel extra-cochlear implant. Presented at: UNSPECIFIED.

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Hazan, V; Fourcin, A; Abberton, E; (1991) Development of phonetic labeling in hearing-impaired children. Ear Hear , 12 (1) pp. 71-84.

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Laplane, D; (1991) [Language and thought]. In: UNSPECIFIED (pp. 143-149).

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Sperber, D; Wilson, D; (1991) Irony and the Use-Mention distinction (Reprint of Sperber & Wilson 1981). In: Davis, S, (ed.) Pragmatics: A Reader. (55--563). Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK.

Sperber, D; Wilson, D; (1991) Loose talk (Reprint of Sperber & Wilson 1985/6). In: Davis, S, (ed.) Pragmatics: A Reader. (pp. 540-549). Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK.

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Wei, J; Faulkner, A; Fourcin, AJ; (1991) Perception of lexical tones for normal and hearing impaired listeners using simplified speech patterns. Department of Phonetics and Linguistics, UCL

Wei, J; Faulkner, A; Fourcin, AJ; (1991) An application of a speech processing and encoding scheme for Chinese Lexical tone and consonant perception by hearing impaired listeners. Presented at: Proc. Eurospeech '91.

Wilson, D; Sperber, D; (1991) Inference and implicature (Reprint of Wilson & Sperber 1986). In: Davis, S, (ed.) Pragmatics: A Reader. (pp. 377-392). Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK.

Wilson, D; Sperber, D; (1991) Pragmatics and modularity. In: Davis, S, (ed.) Pragmatics: A Reader. (pp. 583-595). Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK.

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Zegarac, V.; (1991) Tense, aspect and relevance. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access
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