Michal Biran, PhD

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University of Haifa, Haifa, Haifa District, Israel 
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Gvion A, Biran M, Shemesh F. (2018) [FROM THEORY TO THE CLINIC - IS IT POSSIBLE TO DETECT DIFFERENT TYPES OF ANOMIA ACCORDING TO THE LEXICAL RETRIEVAL MODEL?] Harefuah. 157: 570-575
Biran M, Novogrodsky R, Harel-Nov E, et al. (2017) What we can learn from naming errors of children with language impairment at preschool age. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics. 1-18
Biran M, Fisher S. (2015) Structured treatment can improve predicate argument structure impairment Aphasiology. 29: 29-56
Biran M, Ruigendijk E. (2015) Do case and gender information assist sentence comprehension and repetition for German- and Hebrew-speaking children? Lingua. 164: 215-238
Friedmann N, Biran M, Gvion A. (2012) Patterns of visual dyslexia. Journal of Neuropsychology. 6: 1-30
Biran M, Friedmann N. (2012) The representation of lexical-syntactic information: evidence from syntactic and lexical retrieval impairments in aphasia. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 48: 1103-27
Biran M, Friedmann N, Fisher S. (2012) APASia in Aphasia: Assessment and treatment of impairment in complementation information Stem-, Spraak- En Taalpathologie. 17: 154-157
Biran M, Friedmann N. (2010) Lexical-syntactic information in aphasia: Verb complementation frames in production and repetition tasks Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 6: 170-171
Friedmann N, Gvion A, Biran M, et al. (2006) Do people with agrammatic aphasia understand verb movement? Aphasiology. 20: 136-153
Biran M, Friedmann N. (2005) From phonological paraphasias to the structure of the phonological output lexicon Language and Cognitive Processes. 20: 589-616
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