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JurnalBrain and Language (Full Text) vol. 127 no. 3 (2013)
Topik: Linguistics; Psycholinguistics; Brain and Language
Bahasa: (EN )    ISSN: 0093-934X    Year:: 2013    Edisi: Softcopy    
Penerbit: Brain and Language
Jenis: Journal - ilmiah internasional
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  1. Speech in spinocerebellar ataxia, halaman 317-322
  2. Speech motor deficits in cerebellar infarctions, halaman 323-326
  3. Cerebellar mutism, halaman 327-333
  4. The cerebellum: Its role in language and related cognitive and affective functions, halaman 334-342
  5. Editorial: The neural and linguistic basis of language development, halaman 343-344
  6. Brain potentials during language production in children and adults: An ERP study of the English past tense, halaman 345-355
  7. How reading acquisition changes children's spoken language network, halaman 356-365
  8. Language aptitude for pronunciation in advanced second language (L2) Learners: Behavioural predictors and neural substrates, halaman 366-376
  9. Processing of non-canonical word-order: A case-series on lesion-induced reorganized language and age-effects in typical development, halaman 377-387
  10. Pediatric traumatic brain injury: Language outcomes and their relationship to the arcuate fasciculus, halaman 388-398
  11. Early language development after peri-natal stroke, halaman 399-403
  12. Electrophysiological evidence for modulation of lexical processing after repetitive exposure to foreign phonotactic rules, halaman 404-414
  13. The representation of category typicality in the frontal cortex and its cross-linguistic variations, halaman 415-427
  14. Children with Specific Language Impairment are not impaired in the acquisition and retention of Pavlovian delay and trace conditioning of the eyeblink response, halaman 428-439
  15. Gamma-and theta-band synchronization during semantic priming reflect local and long-range lexical–semantic networks, halaman 440-451
  16. Two faces, two languages: An fMRI study of bilingual picture naming, halaman 452-462
  17. Early effects of neighborhood density and phonotactic probability of spoken words on event-related potentials, halaman 463-474
  18. Dialectal differences in hemispheric specialization for Japanese lexical pitch accent, halaman 475-483
  19. ERP evidence for conceptual mappings and comparison processes during the comprehension of conventional and novel metaphors, halaman 484-496
  20. Word-specific repetition effects revealed by MEG and the implications for lexical access, halaman 497-509
  21. Regional brain activity change predicts responsiveness to treatment for stuttering in adults, halaman 510-519
  22. Short Communication: Vocal learning of a communicative signal in captive chimpanzees, Pan troglodytes, halaman 520-525
  23. Short Communication: White matter in aphasia: A historical review of the Dejerines’ studies, halaman 526-532
  24. Short Communication: Cross-linguistic parallels in processing derivational morphology: Evidence from Polish, halaman 533-538
  25. Short Communication: Is the impaired N170 print tuning specific to developmental dyslexia? A matched reading-level study with poor readers and dyslexics, halaman 539-544

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