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Wed Nov 03 2004

TOC: Journal of Neurolinguistics 17:6

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        1.    Julie Neden, Journal of Neurolinguistics 17:6 (2004)



Message 1: Journal of Neurolinguistics 17:6 (2004)

Date: 01-Nov-2004
From: Julie Neden <j.nedenelsevier.com>
Subject: Journal of Neurolinguistics 17:6 (2004)


Publisher: Elsevier Ltd.
http://www.elsevier.com/locate/linguistics

Journal Title: Journal of Neurolinguistics
Volume Number: 17
Issue Number: 6
Issue Date: Nov 2004


Main Text:

IFC: Editorial Board
pp CO2
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Williams syndrome and specific language impairment do not support claims for
developmental double dissociations and innate modularity
V. Stojanovik, M. Perkins, S. Howard
pp 403-424
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Discriminating among different types of verb-complement merge in Brazilian
Portuguese: an ERP study of morpho-syntactic sub-processes
A.I. Franca, M. Lemle, M. Cagy, P. Constant, A.F.C. Infantosi
pp 425-437
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Acoustic characteristics of Parkinsonian speech: a potential biomarker of early
disease progression and treatment
B.T. Harel, M.S. Cannizzaro, H. Cohen, N. Reilly, P.J. Snyder
pp 439-453
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Processing of complex sentences in a case of aphasia in Indonesian: thematic vs.
linear strategies
W.A. Postman
pp 455-489
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Volume 17 Contents
pp I-IV
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Author Index
pp V
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Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics
                            Syntax
                            Morphology

Subject Language(s): Indonesian (Language Code: INZ)
                            Portuguese (Language Code: POR)

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