Further Readings

Ben-Shachar, M., Hendler, T., Kahn, I., Ben-Bashat, D., and Grodzinsky, Y. (2001). Grammatical transformations activate Broca's region: An fMRI study. Paper presented at a meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York.

Caplan, D., Alpert, N., and Waters, G. (1998). Effects of syntactic structure and propositional number on patterns of regional blood flow. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 10, 541-552.

Goodglass, H. (1968). Studies in the grammar of aphasics. In S. Rosenberg and J. Koplin (Eds.), Developments in applied psycholinguistics research. New York: Macmillan. Grodzinsky, Y. (1986). Language deficits and the theory of syntax. Brain and Language, 27, 135-159. Grodzinsky, Y. (1990). Theoretical perspectives on language deficits. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Grodzinsky, Y. (2000). The neurology of syntax: Language use without Broca's area. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23, 1-71.

Grodzinsky, Y., and Finkel, L. (1998). The neurology of empty categories: Aphasics' failure to detect ungrammaticality. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 10, 281-292. Grodzinsky, Y., Pierce, A., and Marakovitz, S. (1991). Neuro-psychological reasons for a transformational analysis of verbal passive. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 9, 431-453.

Grodzinsky, Y., Pinango, M., Zurif, E., and Drai, D. (1999). The critical role of group studies in neuropsychology: Comprehension regularities in Broca's aphasia. Brain and Language, 67, 134-147. Hagiwara, H. (1993). The breakdown of Japanese passives and Q-role assignment principles by Broca's aphasics. Brain and Language, 45, 318-339. Just, M. A., Carpenter, P. A., Keller, T. A., Eddy, W. F., and Thulborn, K. R. (1996). Brain activation modulated by sentence comprehension. Science, 274, 114-116. Schwartz, M. F., Linebarger, M. C., Saffran, E. M., and Pate, D. C. (1987). Syntactic transparency and sentence interpretation in aphasia. Language and Cognitive Processes, 2, 85-113.

Shapiro, L. P., Gordon, B., Hack, N., and Killackey, J. (1993). Verb-argument structure processing in complex sentences in Broca's and Wernicke's aphasia. Brain and Language, 45, 423-447.

Shapiro, L. P., and Levin, B. A. (1990). Verb processing during sentence comprehension in aphasia. Brain and Language, 38, 21-47.

Shapiro, L. P., and Thompson, C. K. (1994). The use of linguistic theory as a framework for treatment studies in aphasia. In P. Lemme (Ed.), Clinical aphasiology (vol. 22). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Swinney, D., and Zurif, E. (1995). Syntactic processing in aphasia. Brain and Language, 50, 225-239.

Thompson, C. K., Shapiro, L. P., Ballard, K. J., Jacobs, B. J., Schneider, S. S., and Tait, M. E. (1997). Training and generalized production of WH- and NP-movement structures in agrammatic aphasia. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 40, 228-244.

Zurif, E. B. (1995). Brain regions of relevance to syntactic processing. In L. Gleitman and M. Liberman (Eds.), An invitation to cognitive science (2nd ed., vol. 1). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Zurif, E. B., and Caramazza, A. (1976). Linguistic structures in aphasia: Studies in syntax and semantics. In H. Whitaker and H. H. Whitaker (Eds.), Studies in neurolinguistics (vol. 2). New York: Academic Press.

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