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Tracy Love-Geffen
Tracy Love-Geffen
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Neural correlates of lexicon and grammar: Evidence from the production, reading, and judgment of inflection in aphasia
MT Ullman, R Pancheva, T Love, E Yee, D Swinney, G Hickok
Brain and Language 93 (2), 185-238, 2005
2942005
Rehearsal in spatial working memory: Evidence from neuroimaging
E Awh, J Jonides, EE Smith, RB Buxton, LR Frank, T Love, EC Wong, ...
Psychological Science 10 (5), 433-437, 1999
2741999
Response of anterior temporal cortex to syntactic and prosodic manipulations during sentence processing
C Humphries, T Love, D Swinney, G Hickok
Human brain mapping 26 (2), 128-138, 2005
2552005
Coreference processing and levels of analysis in object-relative constructions; demonstration of antecedent reactivation with the cross-modal priming paradigm
T Love, D Swinney
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 25 (1), 5-24, 1996
2151996
Neurological distribution of processing resources underlying language comprehension
D Swinney, E Zurif, P Prather, T Love
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 8 (2), 174-184, 1996
1721996
Speed of lexical activation in nonfluent Broca's aphasia and fluent Wernicke's aphasia
PA Prather, E Zurif, T Love, H Brownell
Brain and language 59 (3), 391-411, 1997
1511997
Role of the left hemisphere in sign language comprehension
G Hickok, T Love-Geffen, ES Klima
Brain and Language 82 (2), 167-178, 2002
1442002
How left inferior frontal cortex participates in syntactic processing: Evidence from aphasia
T Love, D Swinney, M Walenski, E Zurif
Brain and Language 107 (3), 203-219, 2008
1222008
Are mirror neurons the basis of speech perception? Evidence from five cases with damage to the purported human mirror system
C Rogalsky, T Love, D Driscoll, SW Anderson, G Hickok
Neurocase 17 (2), 178-187, 2011
952011
Processing distinct linguistic information types in working memory in aphasia
HH Wright, RA Downey, M Gravier, T Love, LP Shapiro
Aphasiology 21 (6-8), 802-813, 2007
932007
Effect of estradiol versus estradiol and testosterone on brain-activation patterns in postmenopausal women
JS Archer, TE Love-Geffen, KL Herbst-Damm, DA Swinney, JR Chang
Menopause 13 (3), 528-537, 2006
832006
The processing of non-canonically ordered constituents in long distance dependencies by pre-school children: A real-time investigation
TE Love
Journal of Psycholinguistic research 36 (3), 191-206, 2007
732007
Neural substrates for verbal working memory in deaf signers: fMRI study and lesion case report
B Buchsbaum, B Pickell, T Love, M Hatrak, U Bellugi, G Hickok
Brain and language 95 (2), 265-272, 2005
722005
On the categorization of aphasic typologies: The SOAP (a test of syntactic complexity)
T Love, E Oster
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 31 (5), 503-529, 2002
722002
An arterial spin labeling investigation of cerebral blood flow deficits in chronic stroke survivors
KP Brumm, JE Perthen, TT Liu, F Haist, L Ayalon, T Love
Neuroimage 51 (3), 995-1005, 2010
702010
The influence of language exposure on lexical and syntactic language processing.
T Love, E Maas, D Swinney
Experimental Psychology 50 (3), 204, 2003
702003
Speech repetition as a window on the neurobiology of auditory–motor integration for speech: A voxel-based lesion symptom mapping study
C Rogalsky, T Poppa, KH Chen, SW Anderson, H Damasio, T Love, ...
Neuropsychologia 71, 18-27, 2015
682015
Functional magnetic resonance imaging of a child with Alice in Wonderland syndrome during an episode of micropsia
K Brumm, M Walenski, F Haist, SL Robbins, DB Granet, T Love
Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus …, 2010
622010
The time-course of lexical activation during sentence comprehension in people with aphasia
M Ferrill, T Love, M Walenski, LP Shapiro
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Rockville, MD, 2012
512012
Aphasia and the time-course of processing long distance dependencies
T Love, D Swinney, E Zurif
Brain and Language 79 (1), 169-170, 2001
512001
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