Developmental Neurorehabilitation 19 4 , pp. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 25 2 , pp. ISSN X. Lorch, Marjorie Examining language functions: a reassessment of Bastian's contribution to aphasia assessment. Brain 8 , pp.
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Lorch, Marjorie Written language production disorders: historical and recent perspectives. Johnson, J. Brain 5 , pp. Lorch, Marjorie and Hellal, Paula The 'idioglossia' cases of the s and the clinical investigation and treatment of developmental language impairment. Cortex 48 8 , pp.
Leborgne: understanding the impetus for brain and language research. Cortex 47 10 , pp. Lorch, Marjorie Commemorating the 3rd epoch of Aphasia research: 50 years since the founding of the Academy of Aphasia. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 6 , 10 - Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 19 2 , pp. Lorch, Marjorie Multiple languages, memory, and regression: an examination of Ribot's Law. Aphasiology 23 5 , pp. Language Teaching 42 2 , pp.
McDowell, H. Brain 6 , Hellal, Paula and Lorch, Marjorie The validity of Barlow's case of acquired childhood aphasia: case notes versus published reports. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 16 4 , pp. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics 21 4 , pp. Lorch, Marjorie Bilingualism and memory: early 19th Century ideas about the significance of Polyglot Aphasia.
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Cortex 43 5 , - Lorch, Marjorie History of memory. Lorch, Marjorie Phrenology and methodology, or "playing tennis with the net down". Aphasiology 20 , pp. Journal of Neurolinguistics 19 4 , pp. Lorch, Marjorie Language and memory disorder in the case of Jonathan Swift: considerations on retrospective diagnosis. Brain 11 , pp. Hellal, Paula and Lorch, Marjorie Charles West: a 19th century perspective on acquired childhood aphasia. Journal of Neurolinguistics 18 4 , pp. Lorch, Marjorie Papers on the history of neurolinguistics: introduction to the special issue, Journal of Neurolinguistics.
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Journal of Neurolinguistics 18 4 , p. Lorch, Marjorie The unknown source of John Hughlings Jackson's early interest in aphasia and epilepsy. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology 17 3 , pp. Neurocase 10 2 , pp. Hellal, Paula and Lorch, Marjorie Acquired childhood aphasia: British contributions to the 19th century debate. Brain and Language 87 1 , pp. Pitres, A. Lorch from French of A. Brain and Language 85 2 , pp. Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders 1 1 , pp.
Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie 11 1 , pp. International Journal of Bilingualism 3 4 , pp. Lorch, Marjorie and Ferner, R. Journal of Neurolinguistics 12 , pp. Journal of Medical Speech - Language Pathology 7 3 , pp. Lorch, Marjorie and Borod, J. Journal of Neurolinguistics 11 , pp. Journal of Medical Speech - Language Pathology 6 2 , pp. Nye, C. Brain and Language 57 2 , pp. Lorch, Marjorie and Meara, P. Language Sciences 17 1 , pp.
Lorch, Marjorie Language and praxis in written production: a rehabilitation paradigm. Aphasiology 9 3 , pp. Lorch, Marjorie Laterality and rehabilitation: differences in left and right hand productions in aphasic agraphic hemiplegics. Lees, A. Journal of Neurology 1 , pp.
European Journal of Disorders of Communication 27 1 , pp. Grazer Linguistische Studien 35 , pp. Aphasiology 5 , pp. Kohn, S. Cortex 25 1 , pp. Language Sciences 11 4 , pp. Lorch, Marjorie The true nature of the linguistic trigger. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 12 2 , p. Borod, J. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 9 2 , pp.
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Barod, J. Springer Series in Neuropsychology Free Preview. Buy eBook. Buy Softcover. FAQ Policy. About this book Phonological Processes and Brain Mechanisms reviews selective neurolinguistic research relating brain structures to phonology. Show all. Leveraging the test effect to improve maintenance of the gains achieved through cognitive rehabilitation. The relationship between baseline volume in temporal areas and post-treatment naming accuracy in primary progressive aphasia.
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Using strengths to treat deficits: A case study in anomia treatment. Brain and Language , , 91 1 , The role of effort in errorless and errorful learning. Learning and maintenance in aphasia rehabilitation. Brain and Language , , 87, Friedman, RB. Alexia and Agrapha. In: Frawley, W. International Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Successful blending in a phonologic reading treatment for deep alexia. Aphasiology , , 16 3 , The role of level of representation in the use of paired associate learning for rehabilitation of alexia. Neuropsychologia , , 40, Is decreased maintenance of treatment effects in alexia a result of diminished capacity or deficient memory mechanisms?
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