Robert S. Hurley, MA, PhD

2005- Cognitive Neurology & Alzheimer's Disease Center Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
 2016- Psychology Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, United States 
Semantics, Language
"Robert Hurley"
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Dale Dagenbach grad student 2001-2003 Wake Forest
Marsel Mesulam grad student 2005-2010 Northwestern
Ken A. Paller grad student 2005-2010 Northwestern
 (Mechanisms of anomia in Primary Progressive Aphasia.)
Joseph Piven research scientist 2003-2005 The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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Nelson MJ, Moeller S, Basu A, et al. (2019) Taxonomic Interference Associated with Phonemic Paraphasias in Agrammatic Primary Progressive Aphasia. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Bonakdarpour B, Hurley RS, Wang AR, et al. (2019) Perturbations of language network connectivity in primary progressive aphasia. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Mesulam MM, Nelson MJ, Hyun J, et al. (2019) Preferential Disruption of Auditory Word Representations in Primary Progressive Aphasia With the Neuropathology of FTLD-TDP Type A. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology : Official Journal of the Society For Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology. 32: 46-53
Hurley RS, Mesulam MM, Sridhar J, et al. (2018) A nonverbal route to conceptual knowledge involving the right anterior temporal lobe. Neuropsychologia
Bonakdarpour B, Rogalski EJ, Wang A, et al. (2017) Functional Connectivity is Reduced in Early-Stage Primary Progressive Aphasia When Atrophy is not Prominent. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders
Bonakdarpour B, Hurley R, Wang A, et al. (2017) Selective Perturbations Of Language Network Connectivity In Primary Progressive Aphasia Alzheimers & Dementia. 13
Seckin M, Mesulam MM, Voss JL, et al. (2016) Am I looking at a cat or a dog? Gaze in the semantic variant of primary progressive aphasia is subject to excessive taxonomic capture. Journal of Neurolinguistics. 37: 68-81
Seckin M, Mesulam MM, Rademaker AW, et al. (2015) Eye movements as probes of lexico-semantic processing in a patient with primary progressive aphasia. Neurocase. 1-11
Hurley RS, Bonakdarpour B, Wang X, et al. (2015) Asymmetric connectivity between the anterior temporal lobe and the language network. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27: 464-73
Seckin M, Mesulam MM, Rademaker AW, et al. (2015) Eye movements as probes of lexico-semantic processing in a patient with primary progressive aphasia Neurocase
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