Published Papers

Naming of nouns and verbs in aphasia: preliminary results of a word retrieval task in a sentence context


Brain and Language, 91, 150-151


October, 2004
Several authors described cases of dissociated impairment in naming nouns and verbs. There are four accounts of this dissociation: (i) patients may have purely lexical damage, which selectively affects verbs or nouns at a late stage of the linguistic processing (phonological or orthographic lexicons) (Rapp & Caramazza, 2002); (ii) the damage affects a lexical device, either at an ortographic-phonological modality-specific level (the lexeme; Levelt, Roelofs, & Meyer, 1999) or at a unitary lexical–syntactic level (the lemma


Subscribe to Published Papers