Hiram Brownell - Publications

Boston College, Newton, MA, United States 
Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology

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2017 Panero ME, Weisberg DS, Black J, Goldstein TR, Barnes JL, Brownell H, Winner E. No support for the claim that literary fiction uniquely and immediately improves theory of mind: A reply to Kidd and Castano's commentary on Panero et al. (2016). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 112: e5-e8. PMID 28221090 DOI: 10.1037/Pspa0000079  0.32
2016 Panero ME, Weisberg DS, Black J, Goldstein TR, Barnes JL, Brownell H, Winner E. Does Reading a Single Passage of Literary Fiction Really Improve Theory of Mind? An Attempt at Replication. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. PMID 27642659 DOI: 10.1037/Pspa0000064  0.32
2013 Brownell H, Lundgren K, Cayer-Meade C, Milione J, Katz DI, Kearns K. Treatment of metaphor interpretation deficits subsequent to traumatic brain injury. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. 28: 446-52. PMID 22832370 DOI: 10.1097/Htr.0B013E31825B5E85  0.32
2013 Stanley R, Tun PA, Brownell H, Wingfield A. Hidden costs of effortful listening on speech comprehension Speech Processing and Auditory Processing Disorders: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment. 37-60.  0.32
2012 Piquado T, Benichov JI, Brownell H, Wingfield A. The hidden effect of hearing acuity on speech recall, and compensatory effects of self-paced listening. International Journal of Audiology. 51: 576-83. PMID 22731919 DOI: 10.3109/14992027.2012.684403  0.32
2012 Brownell H, Hoyte KJ, Piquado T, Wingfield A. Analytic Methods for Single Subject and Small Sample Aphasia Research: Some Illustrations and a Discussion The Handbook of the Neuropsychology of Language. 2: 595-618. DOI: 10.1002/9781118432501.ch29  0.32
2011 Lundgren K, Brownell H, Cayer-Meade C, Milione J, Kearns K. Treating Metaphor Interpretation Deficits Subsequent to Right Hemisphere Brain Damage: Preliminary Results. Aphasiology. 25: 456-474. PMID 22837588 DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2010.500809  0.32
2010 Brownell H, Kearns K, Lundgren K. A comparison among different approaches to data from single subject designs Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 6: 256-257. DOI: 10.1016/J.Sbspro.2010.08.128  0.32
2009 Hoyte KJ, Brownell H, Wingfield A. Components of speech prosody and their use in detection of syntactic structure by older adults. Experimental Aging Research. 35: 129-51. PMID 19173106 DOI: 10.1080/03610730802565091  0.32
2006 Griffin R, Friedman O, Ween J, Winner E, Happé F, Brownell H. Theory of mind and the right cerebral hemisphere: refining the scope of impairment. Laterality. 11: 195-225. PMID 16644560 DOI: 10.1080/13576500500450552  0.32
2006 Zaitchik D, Koff E, Brownell H, Winner E, Albert M. Inference of beliefs and emotions in patients with Alzheimer's disease. Neuropsychology. 20: 11-20. PMID 16460218 DOI: 10.1037/0894-4105.20.1.11  0.32
2006 Wingfield A, Brownell H, Hoyte KJ. Variable solutions to the same problem: aberrant practice effects in object naming by three aphasic patients. Brain and Language. 97: 351-6. PMID 16386289 DOI: 10.1016/J.Bandl.2005.11.005  0.32
2006 Caplan D, DeDe G, Brownell H. Effects of syntactic features on sentence-picture matching in Broca's aphasics: a reply to Drai and Grodzinksy (2005). Brain and Language. 96: 129-34; discussion 1. PMID 16054680 DOI: 10.1016/J.Bandl.2005.06.003  0.32
2006 Lundgren K, Brownell H. Narrative and Discourse Impairments Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics. 445-451. DOI: 10.1016/B0-08-044854-2/02364-6  0.32
2004 Zaitchik D, Koff E, Brownell H, Winner E, Albert M. Inference of mental states in patients with Alzheimer's disease. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry. 9: 301-13. PMID 16571588 DOI: 10.1080/13546800344000246  0.32
2004 Hoyte KJ, Kim A, Brownell H, Wingfield A. Effects of right hemisphere brain injury on the use of components of prosody for syntactic comprehension Brain and Language. 91: 168-169. DOI: 10.1016/J.Bandl.2004.06.087  0.32
2004 Wingfield A, Hoyte KJ, Kim A, Brownell H. Differential impact on aphasic naming induced by repeated naming versus word-onset gating Brain and Language. 91: 142-143. DOI: 10.1016/J.Bandl.2004.06.074  0.32
2003 Friedman O, Griffin R, Brownell H, Winner E. Problems with the Seeing = Knowing Rule Developmental Science. 6: 505-513. DOI: 10.1111/1467-7687.00308  0.32
2000 Brownell H. How to move away from dualism. Brain and Language. 71: 30-2. PMID 10716798 DOI: 10.1006/Brln.1999.2203  0.32
1999 Brownell H, Stringfellow A. Making requests: illustrations of how right-hemisphere brain damage can affect discourse production. Brain and Language. 68: 442-65. PMID 10441188 DOI: 10.1006/Brln.1999.2122  0.32
1999 Happé F, Brownell H, Winner E. Acquired 'theory of mind' impairments following stroke. Cognition. 70: 211-40. PMID 10384736 DOI: 10.1016/S0010-0277(99)00005-0  0.32
1998 Winner E, Brownell H, Happé F, Blum A, Pincus D. Distinguishing lies from jokes: theory of mind deficits and discourse interpretation in right hemisphere brain-damaged patients. Brain and Language. 62: 89-106. PMID 9570881 DOI: 10.1006/Brln.1997.1889  0.32
1998 Happé FG, Winner E, Brownell H. The getting of wisdom: theory of mind in old age. Developmental Psychology. 34: 358-62. PMID 9541787 DOI: 10.1037/0012-1649.34.2.358  0.32
1997 Prather PA, Zurif E, Love T, Brownell H. Speed of lexical activation in nonfluent Broca's aphasia and fluent Wernicke's aphasia. Brain and Language. 59: 391-411. PMID 9299070 DOI: 10.1006/Brln.1997.1751  0.32
1997 Brownell H, Pincus D, Blum A, Rehak A, Winner E. The effects of right-hemisphere brain damage on patients' use of terms of personal reference. Brain and Language. 57: 60-79. PMID 9126407 DOI: 10.1006/Brln.1997.1834  0.32
1997 LaFrance M, Brownell H, Hahn E. Interpersonal verbs, gender, and implicit causality Social Psychology Quarterly. 60: 138-152. DOI: 10.2307/2787101  0.32
1995 Zurif E, Swinney D, Prather P, Wingfield A, Brownell H. The allocation of memory resources during sentence comprehension: evidence from the elderly. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 24: 165-82. PMID 7602550 DOI: 10.1007/Bf02145354  0.32
1992 Brownell HH, Carroll JJ, Rehak A, Wingfield A. The use of pronoun anaphora and speaker mood in the interpretation of conversational utterances by right hemisphere brain-damaged patients. Brain and Language. 43: 121-47. PMID 1643507 DOI: 10.1016/0093-934X(92)90025-A  0.32
1992 Rehak A, Kaplan JA, Weylman ST, Kelly B, Brownell HH, Gardner H. Story processing in right-hemisphere brain-damaged patients. Brain and Language. 42: 320-36. PMID 1606490 DOI: 10.1016/0093-934X(92)90104-M  0.32
1990 Kaplan JA, Brownell HH, Jacobs JR, Gardner H. The effects of right hemisphere damage on the pragmatic interpretation of conversational remarks. Brain and Language. 38: 315-33. PMID 2322815 DOI: 10.1016/0093-934X(90)90117-Y  0.32
1990 Brownell HH, Simpson TL, Bihrle AM, Potter HH, Gardner H. Appreciation of metaphoric alternative word meanings by left and right brain-damaged patients. Neuropsychologia. 28: 375-83. PMID 1692980 DOI: 10.1016/0028-3932(90)90063-T  0.32
1989 Zurif EB, Gardner H, Brownell HH. The case against the case against group studies. Brain and Cognition. 10: 237-55. PMID 2757826 DOI: 10.1016/0278-2626(89)90055-9  0.32
1989 Weylman ST, Brownell HH, Roman M, Gardner H. Appreciation of indirect requests by left- and right-brain-damaged patients: the effects of verbal context and conventionality of wording. Brain and Language. 36: 580-91. PMID 2470462 DOI: 10.1016/0093-934X(89)90087-4  0.32
1989 Prather P, Gardner H, Brownell HH. Providing an anchor for neurolinguistic processing: Should the right hemisphere step forward? A response to Cook New Ideas in Psychology. 7: 19-25. DOI: 10.1016/0732-118X(89)90033-0  0.32
1988 Weylman ST, Brownell HH, Gardner H. "It's what you mean, not what you say": pragmatic language use in brain-damaged patients. Research Publications - Association For Research in Nervous and Mental Disease. 66: 229-43. PMID 2451849  0.32
1988 Brownell HH. The neuropsychology of narrative comprehension Aphasiology. 2: 247-250. DOI: 10.1080/02687038808248918  0.32
1987 Roman M, Brownell HH, Potter HH, Seibold MS, Gardner H. Script knowledge in right hemisphere-damaged and in normal elderly adults. Brain and Language. 31: 151-70. PMID 2437995 DOI: 10.1016/0093-934X(87)90066-6  0.32
1986 Brownell HH, Potter HH, Bihrle AM, Gardner H. Inference deficits in right brain-damaged patients. Brain and Language. 27: 310-21. PMID 3955344 DOI: 10.1016/0093-934X(86)90022-2  0.32
1986 Brownell HH, Bihrle AM, Michelow D. Basic and subordinate level naming by agrammatic and fluent aphasic patients. Brain and Language. 28: 42-52. PMID 3719298 DOI: 10.1016/0093-934X(86)90089-1  0.32
1986 Bihrle AM, Brownell HH, Powelson JA, Gardner H. Comprehension of humorous and nonhumorous materials by left and right brain-damaged patients. Brain and Cognition. 5: 399-411. PMID 3580185 DOI: 10.1016/0278-2626(86)90042-4  0.32
1985 Filley CM, Brownell HH, Albert ML. Education provides no protection against Alzheimer's disease. Neurology. 35: 1781-4. PMID 4069373 DOI: 10.1212/Wnl.35.12.1781  0.32
1985 Murphy GL, Brownell HH. Category differentiation in object recognition: typicality constraints on the basic category advantage. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 11: 70-84. PMID 3156953 DOI: 10.1037/0278-7393.11.1.70  0.32
1985 Rosenberg B, Zurif E, Brownell H, Garrett M, Bradley D. Grammatical class effects in relation to normal and aphasic sentence processing. Brain and Language. 26: 287-303. PMID 2417657 DOI: 10.1016/0093-934X(85)90044-6  0.32
1984 Brownell HH, Potter HH, Michelow D, Gardner H. Sensitivity to lexical denotation and connotation in brain-damaged patients: a double dissociation? Brain and Language. 22: 253-65. PMID 6204711 DOI: 10.1016/0093-934X(84)90093-2  0.32
1983 Brownell HH, Michel D, Powelson J, Gardner H. Surprise but not coherence: sensitivity to verbal humor in right-hemisphere patients. Brain and Language. 18: 20-7. PMID 6839130 DOI: 10.1016/0093-934X(83)90002-0  0.32
1982 Caramazza A, Berndt RS, Brownell HH. The semantic deficit hypothesis: perceptual parsing and object classification by aphasic patients. Brain and Language. 15: 161-89. PMID 7059789 DOI: 10.1016/0093-934X(82)90054-2  0.32
1981 Brownell HH, Gardner H. Hemisphere specialization: Definitions, not incantations Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 4: 64-65. DOI: 10.1017/S0140525X00007573  0.32
1978 Brownell HH, Caramazza A. Categorizing with overlapping categories. Memory & Cognition. 6: 481-90. PMID 24203380 DOI: 10.3758/BF03198235  0.32
1977 Brownell HH, Caramazza A, Bradshaw MH. How quickly does phonological-syntactic information decay? Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 10: 496-498. DOI: 10.3758/BF03337709  0.32
1976 Egeth HE, Brownell HH, Geoffrion LD. Testing the role of vertical symmetry in letter matching. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 2: 429-34. PMID 993747 DOI: 10.1037/0096-1523.2.3.429  0.32
1976 Clark HH, Brownell HH. Position, direction, and their perceptual integrality Perception & Psychophysics. 19: 328-334. DOI: 10.3758/BF03204238  0.32
1975 Clark HH, Brownell HH. Judging up and down. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 1: 339-52. PMID 1185121 DOI: 10.1037/0096-1523.1.4.339  0.32
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