Anna Woollams
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SD-squared: on the association between semantic dementia and surface dyslexia.
AM Woollams, MAL Ralph, DC Plaut, K Patterson
Psychological review 114 (2), 316, 2007
Capturing multidimensionality in stroke aphasia: mapping principal behavioural components to neural structures
RA Butler, MA Lambon Ralph, AM Woollams
Brain 137 (12), 3248-3266, 2014
“Presemantic” cognition in semantic dementia: Six deficits in search of an explanation
K Patterson, MAL Ralph, E Jefferies, A Woollams, R Jones, JR Hodges, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 18 (2), 169-183, 2006
Using principal component analysis to capture individual differences within a unified neuropsychological model of chronic post-stroke aphasia: Revealing the unique neural …
AD Halai, AM Woollams, MAL Ralph
Cortex 86, 275-289, 2017
Anomia: A doubly typical signature of semantic dementia
AM Woollams, E Cooper-Pye, JR Hodges, K Patterson
Neuropsychologia 46 (10), 2503-2514, 2008
Localising semantic and syntactic processing in spoken and written language comprehension: An Activation Likelihood Estimation meta-analysis
JM Rodd, S Vitello, AM Woollams, P Adank
Brain and language 141, 89-102, 2015
Making sense of progressive non-fluent aphasia: an analysis of conversational speech
JA Knibb, AM Woollams, JR Hodges, K Patterson
Brain 132 (10), 2734-2746, 2009
[Q:] When would you prefer a SOSSAGE to a SAUSAGE?[A:] At about 100 msec. ERP correlates of orthographic typicality and lexicality in written word recognition
O Hauk, K Patterson, A Woollams, L Watling, F Pulvermüller, TT Rogers
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 18 (5), 818-832, 2006
Efficient visual object and word recognition relies on high spatial frequency coding in the left posterior fusiform gyrus: Evidence from a case-series of patients with ventral …
DJ Roberts, AM Woollams, E Kim, PM Beeson, SZ Rapcsak, ...
Cerebral Cortex 23 (11), 2568-2580, 2013
Repeat and point: differentiating semantic dementia from progressive non-fluent aphasia
JR Hodges, M Martinos, AM Woollams, K Patterson, ALR Adlam
cortex 44 (9), 1265-1270, 2008
Event-related potentials associated with masked priming of test cues reveal multiple potential contributions to recognition memory
AM Woollams, JR Taylor, F Karayanidis, RN Henson
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 20 (6), 1114-1129, 2008
A position-sensitive Stroop effect: Further evidence for a left-to-right component in print-to-speech conversion
M Coltheart, A Woollams, S Kinoshita, C Perry
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 6, 456-463, 1999
Triangulation of the neurocomputational architecture underpinning reading aloud
P Hoffman, MA Lambon Ralph, AM Woollams
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (28), E3719-E3728, 2015
Opposing effects of semantic diversity in lexical and semantic relatedness decisions.
P Hoffman, AM Woollams
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41 (2), 385, 2015
How word meaning influences word reading
JSH Taylor, FJ Duff, AM Woollams, P Monaghan, J Ricketts
Current Directions in Psychological Science 24 (4), 322-328, 2015
Cognitive consequences of the left-right asymmetry of atrophy in semantic dementia
AM Woollams, K Patterson
Cortex 107, 64-77, 2018
Assessment of individuals with primary progressive aphasia
ML Henry, SM Grasso
Seminars in speech and language 39 (03), 231-241, 2018
Connectionist neuropsychology: uncovering ultimate causes of acquired dyslexia
AM Woollams
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
What’s in a word? A parametric study of semantic influences on visual word recognition
GAL Evans, MA Lambon Ralph, AM Woollams
Psychonomic bulletin & review 19, 325-331, 2012
Imageability and ambiguity effects in speeded naming: convergence and divergence.
AM Woollams
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (5), 878, 2005
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