Casey Halpern, Corey McMillan, Peachie Moore, Kari Dennis, Murray Grossman
Journal of the Neurological Sciences 208:31-38, 2003.
We examined oral calculation in patients with corticobasal degeneration (CBD; N=17), frontotemporal…
Murray Grossman, Edward Smith, Phyllis Koenig, Guila Glosser, Jina Rhee, Kari Dennis
Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience 3:120-132, 2003.
Studies of semantic memory in probable Alzheimer’s disease (AD) have…
Murray Grossman, Phyllis Koenig, Guila Glosser, Chris DeVita, Peachie Moore, Jina Rhee, John Detre, David Alsop, Jim Gee
Brain 126:292-311, 2003.
Patients with probable Alzheimer's disease are thought to have a semantic memory deficit. We used functional…
Murray Grossman, Phyllis Koenig, Chris DeVita, Guila Glosser, Peachie Moore, Jim Gee, John Detre, and David Alsop
Neuropsychology 17:658-674, 2003.
Patients with probable Alzheimer’s disease (AD) have difficulty understanding…
Ayanna Cooke, Christian DeVita, James Gee, David Alsop, John Detre, Willis Chen, Murray Grossman
Brain and Language 85:211-221, 2003.
Many patients with frontotemporal dementia (FTD) have impaired sentence comprehension. However, the pattern of comprehension difficulty…
John Kounios, Peter Bachman, Daniel Casasanto, Murray Grossman, Roderick W. Smith, Wei Yang
Neuroscience Letters 345:157-160, 2003.
Effects of conceptual fusion on episodic associative retrieval were examined. Subjects attempted…
Marsel Mesulam, Murray Grossman, Argye Hillis, Andrew Kertesz, Sandra Weintraub
Annals of Neurology 54(Supp 5):S11-S14, 2003.
Primary progressive aphasia (PPA) is a language-based dementia. It is diagnosed by distinctive…
Christine Lee, Murray Grossman, Jennifer Morris, Matthew B. Stern, Howard I. Hurtig
Brain and Language 85:347-356, 2003
Several studies have suggested that patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) have sentence…
James Gee, Lijun Ding, Zhiyong Xie, Michael Lin, Christian DeVita, Murray Grossman
Academic Radiology 10:1392-1401, 2003
Rationale and Objectives. The purpose of this study was to test the hypothesis…