- When semantics aids phonology: A processing advantage for iconic word forms in aphasiaLotte Meteyard
Department of Clinical Language Sciences, University of Reading, UK Electronic address
Neuropsychologia 76:264-75. 2015..We conclude that iconicity aids spoken word processing for individuals with aphasia. This advantage is due to a stronger connection between semantic information and phonological forms. ..
- Ever decreasing circles: Speech production in semantic dementiaLotte Meteyard
School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, University of Reading, Reading, UK Electronic address
Cortex 55:17-29. 2014..Alterations in the distributions of morphology and syntax, however, support constraint satisfaction models of speech production in which there is no hard boundary between lexical retrieval and grammatical encoding. ..
- Coming of age: a review of embodiment and the neuroscience of semanticsLotte Meteyard
Clinical Language Sciences Section, School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, Harry Pitt Building, University of Reading, London, UK
Cortex 48:788-804. 2012..For the future, research must carefully define the boundaries of semantic processing and tackle the representation of abstract entities...