Harold Goodglass

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Boston University&Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
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Naeser MA, Martin PI, Baker EH, et al. (2004) Overt propositional speech in chronic nonfluent aphasia studied with the dynamic susceptibility contrast fMRI method. Neuroimage. 22: 29-41
Goodglass H, Wingfield A, Hyde MR, et al. (2001) Aphasics' access to nouns and verbs: Discourse versus confrontation naming Brain and Language. 79: 148-150
Wingfield A, Lindfield KC, Goodglass H. (2000) Effects of age and hearing sensitivity on the use of prosodic information in spoken word recognition. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 43: 915-25
Goodglass H, Lindfield KC, Alexander MP. (2000) Semantic capacities of the right hemisphere as seen in two cases of pure word blindness. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 29: 399-422
Lindfield KC, Wingfield A, Goodglass H. (1999) The role of prosody in the mental lexicon. Brain and Language. 68: 312-7
Goodglass H, Wingfield A, Ward SE. (1999) Decision latencies for phonological and semantic information in object identification. Brain and Language. 66: 294-305
Lindfield KC, Wingfield A, Goodglass H. (1999) The contribution of prosody to spoken word recognition Applied Psycholinguistics. 20: 395-405
Goodglass H, Wingfield A, Hyde MR. (1998) The boston corpus of aphasic naming errors. Brain and Language. 64: 1-27
Benedet MJ, Christiansen JA, Goodglass H. (1998) A cross-linguistic study of grammatical morphology in Spanish- and English-speaking agrammatic patients. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 34: 309-36
Goodglass H, Wingfield A. (1998) The changing relationship between anatomic and cognitive explanation in the neuropsychology of language. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 27: 147-65
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