Jean K. Gordon, Ph.D.
|McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada|
Area:Neurolinguistics, speech science
Mean distance: 18.98 (cluster 23)
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|Baum SR, Pell MD, Leonard CL, et al. (2001) Using prosody to resolve temporary syntactic ambiguities in speech production: Acoustic data on brain-damaged speakers Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics. 15: 441-456|
|Gordon JK. (1999) Can learning theory teach us about aphasia therapy? Aphasiology. 13: 134-140|
|Gordon JK, Baum SR. (1999) The role of the phonological neighborhood in aphasic speech errors Brain and Language. 69: 346-349|
|Gordon JK. (1998) A meta-theory of aphasiology : Deficit or asset? Aphasiology. 12: 468-473|
|Gordon JK. (1998) The fluency dimension in aphasia Aphasiology. 12: 673-688|
|Baum SR, Pell MD, Leonard CL, et al. (1997) The ability of right- and left-hemisphere-damaged individuals to produce and interpret prosodic cues marking phrasal boundaries. Language and Speech. 40: 313-30|
|Gordon JK. (1997) Measuring outcomes in aphasia: Bridging the gap between theory and practice ... or burning our bridges? Aphasiology. 11: 845-854|
|Gordon JK, Baum SR. (1994) Rhyme priming in aphasia: the role of phonology in lexical access. Brain and Language. 47: 661-83|