Rita Berndt

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University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
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Berndt RS, Mitchum CC, Burton MW, et al. (2004) Comprehension of reversible sentences in aphasia: the effects of verb meaning. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 21: 229-44
Caramazza A, Capitani E, Rey A, et al. (2001) Agrammatic Broca's aphasia is not associated with a single pattern of comprehension performance. Brain and Language. 76: 158-84
Berndt RS, Caramazza A. (1999) How "regular" is sentence comprehension in Broca's aphasia? It depends on how you select the patients. Brain and Language. 67: 242-7
Berndt RS, Haendiges AN, Wozniak MA. (1997) Verb retrieval and sentence processing: dissociation of an established symptom association. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 33: 99-114
Berndt RS, Salasoo A, Mitchum CC, et al. (1988) The role of intonation cues in aphasic patients' performance of the grammaticality judgment task. Brain and Language. 34: 65-97
Berndt RS, Basili A, Caramazza A. (1987) Dissociation of Functions in a Case of Transcortical Sensory Aphasia Cognitive Neuropsychology. 4: 79-107
Hart J, Berndt RS, Caramazza A. (1985) Category-specific naming deficit following cerebral infarction. Nature. 316: 439-40
Caramazza A, Berndt RS, Basili AG. (1983) The selective impairment of phonological processing: a case study. Brain and Language. 18: 128-74
Caramazza A, Berndt RS, Brownell HH. (1982) The semantic deficit hypothesis: perceptual parsing and object classification by aphasic patients. Brain and Language. 15: 161-89
Berndt RS, Caramazza A. (1982) Phrase comprehension after brain damage Applied Psycholinguistics. 3: 263-278
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