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Grant M. Walker
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Anterior temporal involvement in semantic word retrieval: voxel-based lesion-symptom mapping evidence from aphasia
MF Schwartz, DY Kimberg, GM Walker, O Faseyitan, A Brecher, GS Dell, ...
Brain 132 (12), 3411-3427, 2009
3502009
Neuroanatomical dissociation for taxonomic and thematic knowledge in the human brain
MF Schwartz, DY Kimberg, GM Walker, A Brecher, OK Faseyitan, GS Dell, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (20), 8520-8524, 2011
2592011
Support for anterior temporal involvement in semantic error production in aphasia: new evidence from VLSM
GM Walker, MF Schwartz, DY Kimberg, O Faseyitan, A Brecher, GS Dell, ...
Brain and language 117 (3), 110-122, 2011
1182011
A large, searchable, web-based database of aphasic performance on picture naming and other tests of cognitive function
D Mirman, TJ Strauss, A Brecher, GM Walker, P Sobel, GS Dell, ...
Cognitive neuropsychology 27 (6), 495-504, 2010
822010
Bridging computational approaches to speech production: The semantic–lexical–auditory–motor model (SLAM)
GM Walker, G Hickok
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (2), 339-352, 2016
622016
Short-form Philadelphia naming test: Rationale and empirical evaluation
GM Walker, MF Schwartz
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Rockville, MD, 2012
462012
A cognitive psychometric model for assessment of picture naming abilities in aphasia.
GM Walker, G Hickok, J Fridriksson
Psychological Assessment 30 (6), 809, 2018
242018
A tale of two semantic systems: taxonomic and thematic knowledge
D Mirman, GM Walker, KM Graziano
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 33 (33), 2011
82011
Demystifying the Complexity of Aphasia Treatment: Application of the Rehabilitation Treatment Specification Systemx
J Fridriksson, A Basilakos, M Boyle, LR Cherney, G DeDe, JK Gordon, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 103 (3), 574-580, 2022
72022
Defining the Neurobiological Mechanisms of Action in Aphasia Therapies: Applying the RTSS Framework to Research and Practice in Aphasia.
A Basilakos, WD Hula, LP Johnson, S Kiran, GM Walker, J Fridriksson
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2021
52021
Computational modeling of speech production and aphasia
GM Walker
University of California, Irvine, 2016
52016
Connections and selections: Comparing multivariate predictions and parameter associations from latent variable models of picture naming
GM Walker, J Fridriksson, G Hickok
Cognitive neuropsychology 38 (1), 50-71, 2021
32021
Applications of psychometric methods to neuropsychological models of speech and language
G Walker
PsyArXiv, 2019
22019
Evaluating quantitative and conceptual models of speech production: how does SLAM fare?
GM Walker, G Hickok
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (2), 653-660, 2016
22016
Beyond Percent Correct: Measuring Change in Individual Picture Naming Ability
GM Walker, A Basilakos, J Fridriksson, G Hickok
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 65 (1), 215-237, 2022
12022
Effect of bilateral opercular syndrome on speech perception
GM Walker, PS Rollo, N Tandon, G Hickok
Neurobiology of Language 2 (3), 335-353, 2021
12021
A Cognitive Psychometric Investigation of Word Production and Phonological Error Rates in Logopenic Progressive Aphasia
D Petroi, GM Walker, JR Duffy, GS Hickok, KA Josephs
American journal of speech-language pathology 30 (3), 1194-1202, 2021
12021
SPEECH PRODUCTION INTEGRATING PSYCHOLINGUISTIC, NEUROSCIENCE, AND MOTOR CONTROL PERSPECTIVES
G Walker, G Hickok
The Oxford Handbook of Psycholinguistics, 2018
12018
Empirical and computational findings converge in support of the Hierarchical State Feedback Control theory
GM Walker, G Hickok
Language, cognition and neuroscience 31 (4), 470, 2016
12016
A behavioral and anatomical analysis of associative semantic errors in picture naming
MF Schwartz, GM Walker, DY Kimberg, O Faseyitan, A Brecher, D Mirman, ...
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 6, 134-136, 2010
12010
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