Edgar Zurif

University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
"Edgar Zurif"
Mean distance: 14.47 (cluster 23)
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Tracy Love research assistant 1991- UCSD/SDSU
Nancy S. Foldi research assistant 1975-1977
Yosef Grodzinsky grad student McGill
Murray Grossman grad student Penn
Gregory S Hickok grad student 1992 Brandeis
Maria M. Piñango grad student 1999 Brandeis (LinguisTree)
Rashad Ullah grad student 2000-2001 Brandeis (LinguisTree)
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Zurif E. (2009) A special tribute to David A. Swinney, Ph.D Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 38: 323
Love T, Swinney D, Walenski M, et al. (2008) How left inferior frontal cortex participates in syntactic processing: Evidence from aphasia. Brain and Language. 107: 203-19
Piñango MM, Winnick A, Ullah R, et al. (2006) Time-course of semantic composition: the case of aspectual coercion. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 35: 233-44
Piñango MM, Zurif E, Palumbo CL, et al. (2006) Cortical focus of semantic composition: An fMRI study Brain and Language. 99: 195-196
Grossman M, Zurif E, Lee C, et al. (2002) Information processing speed and sentence comprehension in Parkinson's disease. Neuropsychology. 16: 174-81
Cooke A, Zurif EB, DeVita C, et al. (2002) Neural basis for sentence comprehension: grammatical and short-term memory components. Human Brain Mapping. 15: 80-94
Zurif EB. (2001) More on sentence comprehension in Broca's aphasia: a response to Caplan. Brain and Language. 79: 321-8; discussion 32
Piñango MM, Zurif EB. (2001) Semantic operations in aphasic comprehension: implications for the cortical organization of language. Brain and Language. 79: 297-308
Drai D, Grodzinsky Y, Zurif E. (2001) Broca's aphasia is associated with a single pattern of comprehension performance: a reply. Brain and Language. 76: 185-92
Zurif EB. (2000) Syntactic and semantic composition. Brain and Language. 71: 261-3
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