Karalyn E. Patterson

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MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Neuropsychology
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Woollams AM, Lambon Ralph MA, Madrid G, et al. (2016) Do You Read How I Read? Systematic Individual Differences in Semantic Reliance amongst Normal Readers. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1757
Patterson KE. (2015) Neuropsychological Thoughts, Then and Now: A Tribute to Oscar Marin. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology : Official Journal of the Society For Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology. 28: 153-9
Rogers TT, Graham KS, Patterson K. (2015) Reprint of: Semantic impairment disrupts perception, memory, and naming of secondary but not primary colours. Neuropsychologia. 76: 276-88
Rogers TT, Patterson K, Jefferies E, et al. (2015) Disorders of representation and control in semantic cognition: Effects of familiarity, typicality, and specificity. Neuropsychologia. 76: 220-39
Rogers TT, Graham KS, Patterson K. (2015) Semantic impairment disrupts perception, memory, and naming of secondary but not primary colours. Neuropsychologia. 70: 296-308
Whitelock CF, Agyepong HNAO, Patterson K, et al. (2015) Signing below the dotted line: signature position as a marker of vulnerability for visuospatial processing difficulties Neurocase. 21: 67-72
Billette OV, Sajjadi SA, Patterson K, et al. (2015) SECT and MAST: new tests to assess grammatical abilities in primary progressive aphasia Aphasiology. 29: 1135-1151
Patterson K, Kopelman MD, Woollams AM, et al. (2014) Semantic memory: Which side are you on? Neuropsychologia
Woollams AM, Hoffman P, Roberts DJ, et al. (2014) What lies beneath: a comparison of reading aloud in pure alexia and semantic dementia. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 31: 461-81
Sajjadi SA, Patterson K, Nestor PJ. (2014) Logopenic, mixed, or Alzheimer-related aphasia? Neurology. 82: 1127-1131
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