Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Men’s Accounts of Passion Killings in the Namibian Context. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 088626051771882
  2. & Intact word processing in developmental prosopagnosia. Scientific Reports 7(1)
  3. & Body image and sexual orientation: The experiences of lesbian and bisexual women. Journal of Health Psychology, 135910531769448
  4. & Face working memory deficits in developmental prosopagnosia: Tests of encoding limits and updating processes. Neuropsychologia
  5. & Are Portrait Artists Superior Face Recognizers? Limited Impact of Adult Experience on Face Recognition Ability.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance
  6. & The definition and diagnosis of developmental prosopagnosia. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70(2), 193-200.
  7. & Prefixes repel stress in reading aloud: Evidence from surface dyslexia. Cortex 74, 191-205.
  8. & Longitudinal assessment of short-term memory deterioration in a logopenic variant primary progressive aphasia with post-mortem confirmed Alzheimer's Disease pathology. Journal of Neuropsychology 9(2), 184-202.
  9. & The man who mistook his neuropsychologist for a popstar: when configural processing fails in acquired prosopagnosia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9(390)
  10. & Strategic effects on pseudohomophone reading in phonological dyslexics with and without phonological impairment. Journal of Neurolinguistics 35, 39-54.
  11. & Acquired prosopagnosia without word recognition deficits. Cognitive Neuropsychology 32(6), 321-339.
  12. & Self-reported memory complaints: Implications from a longitudinal cohort with autopsies. Neurology 84(23), 2384-2384.
  13. & Are We Ready? The Construct of Subjective Cognitive Impairment and its Utilization in Clinical Practice: A Preliminary UK-Based Service Evaluation. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 48(s1), S25-S31.
  14. & Declining object recognition performance in semantic dementia: A case for stored visual object representations. Cognitive Neuropsychology 32(7-8), 412-426.
  15. & Squaring the round: An unusual progressive graphomotor impairment with post-mortem findings. Journal of Neuropsychology, n/a-n/a.
  16. & Intranasal inhalation of oxytocin improves face processing in developmental prosopagnosia. Cortex 50, 55-63.
  17. & Recognition memory in developmental prosopagnosia: electrophysiological evidence for abnormal routes to face recognition. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 622-635.
  18. & Naming acronyms: The influence of reading context in skilled reading and surface dyslexia. Aphasiology 28(12), 1448-1463.
  19. & Do face and word recognition deficits dissociate? A study of four acquired prosopagnosics. Journal of Vision 14(10), 1435-1435.
  20. & Motion as a cue to face recognition: Evidence from congenital prosopagnosia. Neuropsychologia 51(5), 864-875.
  21. & The effects of initiation, termination and inhibition impairments on speech rate in a case of progressive nonfluent aphasia with progressive apraxia of speech with frontotemporal degeneration. Journal of Neurolinguistics 26(6), 602-618.
  22. & Are acronyms really irregular? Preserved acronym reading in a case of semantic dementia. Neuropsychologia 51(9), 1673-1683.
  23. Mental imagery in congenital prosopagnosia: A reply to Grüter et al.. Cortex 47(4), 514-518.
  24. & The influence of psycholinguistic variables on articulatory errors in naming in progressive motor speech degeneration. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 25(11-12), 1074-1080.
  25. & SKOOL versus ZOOL: Effects of orthographic and phonological long-term memory on nonword immediate serial recall. Memory 19(5), 487-500.
  26. & Orthography, phonology, short-term memory and the effects of concurrent articulation on rhyme and homophony judgements. Acta Psychologica 136(1), 11-19.
  27. & Face and object imagery in congenital prosopagnosia: A case series. Cortex 46(9), 1189
  28. & Computational modeling of reading in semantic dementia: Comment on Woollams, Lambon Ralph, Plaut, and Patterson (2007).. Psychological Review 117(1), 256
  29. & Postscript: Reading in semantic dementia—A response to Woollams, Lambon Ralph, Plaut, and Patterson (2010).. Psychological Review 117(1), 271-272.
  30. & Computational modelling of the effects of semantic dementia on visual word recognition. Cognitive Neuropsychology 27(2), 101-114.
  31. & Opportunities to say ‘yes’: Rare speech automatisms in a case of progressive nonfluent aphasia and apraxia. Neurocase 15(6), 445-458.
  32. & Dysgraphia in dementia: A systematic investigation of graphemic buffer features in a case series. Neurocase 15(4), 338-351.
  33. & Evidence of an eye movement-based memory effect in congenital prosopagnosia. Cortex 44(7), 806-819.
  34. & Longitudinal assessment of language and memory impairments in pathologically confirmed cortico-basal ganglionic degeneration. Cortex 44(9), 1234
  35. Two types of phonological dyslexia – A contemporary review. Cortex 44(6), 698-706.
  36. & Computational modelling of phonological dyslexia: How does the DRC model fare?. Cognitive Neuropsychology 25(2), 165-193.
  37. & Dissociating mechanisms involved in accessing identity by dynamic and static cues.. Visual Cognition 15(1), 116-119.
  38. & Object Perception, Attention, and Memory (OPAM) 2006 Conference Report. Visual Cognition 15(1), 69-123.
  39. & I can't recognize your face but I can recognize its movement. Cognitive Neuropsychology 24(4), 451-466.
  40. & Syntactic impairments can emerge later: Progressive agrammatic agraphia and syntactic comprehension impairment. Aphasiology 20(9), 1035-1058.
  41. & Phonological dyslexia and phonological impairment: An exception to the rule?. Neuropsychologia 44(14), 2861-2873.
  42. & Inhibitory semantic priming: does syntactic class play a role in determining competitor status?. Journal of Neurolinguistics 18(6), 443-460.
  43. & “Deep” language disorders in nonfluent progressive Aphasia: an evaluation of the “summation” account of semantic errors across language production tasks. Cognitive Neuropsychology 22(6), 643-659.
  44. & Phonetic and phonological analysis of progressive speech degeneration: a case study. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 18(6-8), 447-462.
  45. & A Reexamination of Source Monitoring Deficits in the Elderly: Evidence for Independent Age Deficits of Item and Source Memory. Brain Impairment 5(02), 138-144.
  46. & Transfer appropriate forgetting: The cue-dependent nature of retrieval-induced forgetting. Journal of Memory and Language 51(3), 399-417.
  47. & Sometimes faster, sometimes slower: associative and competitor priming in picture naming with young and elderly participants. Journal of Neurolinguistics 16(6), 489-514.
  48. Deep Dysphasic Performance in Non-fluent Progressive Aphasia: a Case Study. Neurocase 7(6), 473-488.
  49. & Word association norms for two cohorts of British adults. Journal of Neurolinguistics 14(1), 1-44.