Amit Almor
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Noun-phrase anaphora and focus: The informational load hypothesis.
A Almor
Psychological review 106 (4), 748, 1999
Why do Alzheimer patients have difficulty with pronouns? Working memory, semantics, and reference in comprehension and production in Alzheimer's disease
A Almor, D Kempler, MC MacDonald, ES Andersen, LK Tyler
Brain and language 67 (3), 202-227, 1999
Assessing working memory and language comprehension in Alzheimer's disease
MC MacDonald, A Almor, VW Henderson, D Kempler, ES Andersen
Brain and language 78 (1), 17-42, 2001
Sentence comprehension deficits in Alzheimer's disease: A comparison of off-line vs. on-line sentence processing
D Kempler, A Almor, LK Tyler, ES Andersen, MC MacDonald
Brain and Language 64 (3), 297-316, 1998
Is deontic reasoning special?
A Almor, SA Sloman
American Psychological Association 103 (2), 374, 1996
The form of referential expressions in discourse
A Almor, VA Nair
Language and Linguistics Compass 1 (1‐2), 84-99, 2007
Interference between conversation and a concurrent visuomotor task.
TW Boiteau, PS Malone, SA Peters, A Almor
Journal of experimental psychology: General 143 (1), 295, 2014
Repeated names, overt pronouns, and null pronouns in Spanish
C Gelormini-Lezama, A Almor
Language and cognitive processes 26 (3), 437-454, 2011
A common mechanism in verb and noun naming deficits in Alzheimer’s patients
A Almor, JM Aronoff, MC MacDonald, LM Gonnerman, D Kempler, ...
Brain and language 111 (1), 8-19, 2009
Constraints and mechanisms in theories of anaphor processing
A Almor
Architectures and mechanisms for language processing, 341-354, 2000
Reasoning versus text processing in the Wason selection task: A nondeontic perspective on perspective effects
A Almor, SA Sloman
Memory & Cognition 28, 1060-1070, 2000
Information content versus relational knowledge: Semantic deficits in patients with Alzheimer's disease
JM Aronoff, LM Gonnerman, A Almor, S Arunachalam, D Kempler, ...
Neuropsychologia 44 (1), 21-35, 2006
Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors and cognitive and functional decline in patients with Alzheimer's disease: an observational study
IM Hajjar, M Keown, P Lewis, A Almor
American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias® 23 (1), 77-83, 2008
Focus and noun phrase anaphors in spoken language comprehension
A Almor, PD Eimas
Language and cognitive processes 23 (2), 201-225, 2008
Comprehension of long distance number agreement in probable Alzheimer's disease
A Almor, MC MacDonald, D Kempler, ES Andersen, LK Tyler
Language and Cognitive Processes 16 (1), 35-63, 2001
Specialized behaviour without specialized modules
A Almor
What is in a name? Spatial brain circuits are used to track discourse references
A Almor, DV Smith, L Bonilha, J Fridriksson, C Rorden
Neuroreport 18 (12), 1215-1219, 2007
Teasing apart the contribution of memory and language impairments in Alzheimer's disease: An online study of sentence comprehension
D Kempler, A Almor, MC MacDonald
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 7 (1), 61-67, 1998
Do you hear it now? A native advantage for sarcasm processing
S Peters, K Wilson, TW Boiteau, C Gelormini-Lezama, A Almor
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 19 (2), 400-414, 2016
The effect of implicit causality and consequentiality on nonnative pronoun resolution
W Cheng, A Almor
Applied Psycholinguistics 38 (1), 1-26, 2017
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