Jean-Luc Nespoulous
Jean-Luc Nespoulous
UT2 Emeritus Professor, Octogone-Lordat (UT2), TMBI (Univ.Toulouse)
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The anatomy of phonological and semantic processing in normal subjects
JF Demonet, F Chollet, S Ramsay, D Cardebat, JL Nespoulous, R Wise, ...
Brain 115 (6), 1753-1768, 1992
Differential fMRI responses in the left posterior superior temporal gyrus and left supramarginal gyrus to habituation and change detection in syllables and tones
P Celsis, K Boulanouar, B Doyon, JP Ranjeva, I Berry, JL Nespoulous, ...
Neuroimage 9 (1), 135-144, 1999
Protocole Montréal-Toulouse d’examen linguistique de l’aphasie (MT86)
JL Nespoulous, AR Lecours, D Lafond, A Lemay, M Puel, Y Joanette, ...
Isbergues, France: L’Ortho-Edition, 1992
Agrammatism in sentence production without comprehension deficits: Reduced availability of syntactic structures and/or of grammatical morphemes? A case study
JL Nespoulous, M Dordain, C Perron, B Ska, D Bub, D Caplan, J Mehler, ...
Brain and language 33 (2), 273-295, 1988
Informative content of narrative discourse in right-brain-damaged right-handers
Y Joanette, P Goulet, B Ska, JL Nespoulous
Brain and language 29 (1), 81-105, 1986
Working memory performance in expert and novice interpreters
B Köpke, JL Nespoulous
Interpreting 8 (1), 1-23, 2006
Deficit of verb generation in nondemented patients with Parkinson's disease
P Péran, O Rascol, JF Démonet, P Celsis, JL Nespoulous, B Dubois, ...
Movement disorders: official journal of the Movement Disorder Society 18 (2 …, 2003
The time-course of visual categorizations: you spot the animal faster than the bird
MJM Macé, OR Joubert, JL Nespoulous, M Fabre-Thorpe
PloS one 4 (6), e5927, 2009
The role of abstract phonological representations in word production: Evidence from phonemic paraphasias
R Béland, D Caplan, JL Nespoulous
Journal of Neurolinguistics 5 (2-3), 125-164, 1990
Anomia in moderate aphasia: Problems in accessing the lexical representation
G Le Dorze, JL Nespoulous
Brain and language 37 (3), 381-400, 1989
Can orthography influence second language syllabic segmentation?: Japanese epenthetic vowels and French consonantal clusters
S Detey, JL Nespoulous
Lingua 118 (1), 66-81, 2008
The biological foundations of gesture: Motor and semiotic aspects
JL Nespoulous, P Perron, AR Lecours
Psychology Press, 2014
Hypotheses on the dissociation between “referential” and “modalizing” verbal behavior in aphasia
JL Nespoulous, C Code, J Virbel, AR Lecours
Applied psycholinguistics 19 (2), 311-332, 1998
Production deficits in Broca’s and conduction aphasia: Repetition vs. reading
JL Nespoulous, Y Joanette, B Ska, D Caplan, AR Lecours
Motor and sensory processes in language, 53-79, 1987
Gestures: Nature and function
J Nespoulous, AR Lecours
The biological foundations of gestures: Motor and semiotic aspects, 49-62, 1986
Phonologic disturbances in aphasia: is there a" markedness effect" in aphasic phonetic errors?
JL Nespoulous, Y Joanette, R Béland, D Caplan, AR Lecours
Advances in neurology 42, 203, 1984
Cerebral blood flow correlates of word monitoring in sentences: Influence of semantic incoherence. A SPECT study in normals
JF Demonet, P Celsis, JL Nespoulous, G Viallard, JP Marc-Vergnes, ...
Neuropsychologia 30 (1), 1-11, 1992
Ativação de modelos mentais no recontar de histórias por idosos
MAMP Parente, A Capuano, JL Nespoulous
Psicologia: reflexão e crítica 12 (1), 157-172, 1999
Agrammatism in French; Two case studies
JL Nespoulous
Agrammatic Aphasia; A Cross-language Narrative Sourcebook, 623-716, 1990
Dual processing of open-and closed-class words
N Biassou, LK Obler, JL Nespoulous, M Dordain, KS Harris
Brain and Language 57 (3), 360-373, 1997
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