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Beeke, S; (2005) Rethinking agrammatism: using conversation analysis to investigate the talk of individuals with aphasia. Doctoral thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Beeke, S; Maxim, J; Wilkinson, R; (2005) Temporal events and reference in aphasia: A comparison of talking and test performance. Brain and Language , 95 113 - 114.

Bloch, S; (2005) Co-constructing meaning in acquired speech disorders: word and letter repetition in the construction of turns. In: Richards, K and Seedhouse, P, (eds.) Applying Conversation Analysis. (38 - 55). Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke.


Clarke, MT; Bloch, S; (2005) Notes on the role of independent AT centres in education and training: Responsibilities and challenges. In: Pruski, A and Knops, H, (eds.) Assistive technology: From virtuality to reality. (365 - 368). IOS Press: Amsterdam.

Clarke, MT; Wilkinson, R; (2005) The usability of AAC in conversation: A case study of interaction between a child using AAC and her classmate. In: Pruski, A and Knops, H, (eds.) Assistive Technology: From virtuality to reality. (3 - 7). IOS Press: Amsterdam.


Dean, MP; Black, M; (2005) Exploring event processing and description in people with aphasia. Aphasiology , 19 (6) 521 - 544. 10.1080/02687030544000001.

Dean, MP; Black, M; (2005) Exploring event processing and description in people with aphasia. APHASIOLOGY , 19 (6) 521 - 544. 10.1080/02687030544000001.

Dipper, LT; Black, M; Bryan, KL; (2005) Thinking for speaking and thinking for listening: The interaction of thought and language in typical and non-fluent comprehension and production. Language and Cognitive Processes , 20 (3) 417 - 441. 10.1080/01690960444000089.


Ebbels, S.H.; (2005) Argument structure in Specific Language Impairment: From theory to therapy. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access


Lock, S; Maxim, J; Jordan, L; Bryan, K; (2005) Work after stroke: Focusing on barriers and enablers. Disability and Society , 20 (1) 33 - 47. 10.1080/0968759042000283629.


Sacchett, C; (2005) An investigation of the relationship between conceptualisation and non-linguistic communication: evidence from drawing in aphasia. Doctoral thesis, UNSPECIFIED.


Varley, R; Cowell, PE; Gibson, A; Romanowski, CA; (2005) Disconnection agraphia in a case of multiple sclerosis: the isolation of letter movement plans from language. Neuropsychologia , 43 (10) 1503 - 1513. 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2004.12.011.

Varley, RA; Klessinger, NJ; Romanowski, CA; Siegal, M; (2005) Agrammatic but numerate. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A , 102 (9) 3519 - 3524. 10.1073/pnas.0407470102.


Warren, JE; Wise, RJS; Warren, JD; (2005) Sounds do-able: auditory-motor transformations and the posterior temporal plane. TRENDS NEUROSCI , 28 (12) 636 - 643. 10.1016/j.tins.2005.09.010.

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