Laine and Martin Book cover
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Pate, D. S., Saffran, E. M. & Martin, N. (1987). Specifying the nature of impairment in conduction
aphasia: A case study. Language and Cognitive Processes, 2, (1) 43-84.

Martin, N., Weisberg, R.W., and Saffran, E.M.(1989). Variables Influencing the Occurrence of
Naming Errors: Implications for Models of Lexical Retrieval, Journal of Memory and
Language, 28,462-485.

Martin, N. and Saffran, E.M. (1990). Repetition and verbal STM in transcortical sensory aphasia:
A case study. Brain and Language, 39, 254-288.

Fink, R.B., Martin, N., Schwartz, M.F., Saffran, E.M. and Myers, J.L. (1991). Facilitation of
verb retrieval skills in aphasia: A comparison of two approaches. Clinical Aphasiology, Vol. 21.

Martin, N. and Saffran, E.M. (1992), A computational account of deep dysphasia: Evidence from a
single case study. Brain and Language, 43, 240-274.

Saffran, E.M., Schwartz, M.F., Fink, R. Myers, J. & Martin, N. (1993). Mapping therapy: An
approach to remediating agrammatic sentence comprehension and production. NIDCD
Monograph, Vol. 2: Aphasia Treatment: Current Approaches and Research Opportunities. pp.77-90.

Schwartz, M.F., Saffran, E.M., Fink, R.B., Myers, J.L. and Martin, N. (1993)   Mapping therapy:
A treatment program for agrammatism. Aphasiology, 8, 19-54.

Martin, N., Dell, G.S., Saffran, E.M., & Schwartz, M.F. (1994). Origins of paraphasias in deep
dysphasia: Testing the consequences of a decay impairment in an interactive spreading
activation model of language. Brain and Language, 47, 609-660.

Martin, N. Saffran, E.M. & Dell, G.S.(1996). Recovery in deep dysphasia: Evidence for
a relation between auditory-verbal STM and lexical errors in repetition. Brain
and Language, 52
, 83-113.

Roach, A., Schwartz, M.F., Martin, N. , Grewal, R.S. &Brecher, A. (1996) The Philadelphia
Naming Test: Scoring and Rationale. Clinical Aphasiology, 24, 121-133.

Laine, M. & Martin, N. (1996) Lexical retrieval deficit in picture naming: Implications
for word production models. Brain and Language, 53, 283-314.

Martin, N. (1996) Models of deep dysphasia. Neurocase, 2, 73-80.

Martin, N., Gagnon, D., Schwartz, M.F., Dell, G.S. & Saffran, E.M. (1996). Phonological
facilitation of semantic errors in normal and aphasic speakers on a picture naming task.
Language and Cognitive Processes, 11, 257-282.

Gagnon, D.A., Schwartz, M.F., Martin, N., Dell, G.S. &Saffran, E.M. (1997). The origins of
form-relatedparaphasias in aphasic naming. Brain and Language, 59, 450-472.

Martin, N. (1997). Reply: On a unitary account for deep dysphasia. (Trojano, L &Grossi, Dr.,
Comment on “Models of Deep Dysphasia”, Martin, N. Neurocase, 2, 73-80.) Neurocase, 3, 88-91.

Dell, G.S., Schwartz, M.F., Martin, N.Saffran, E.M. & Gagnon, D.A.(1997). Lexical access
in aphasic and non-aphasic speakers. Psychological Review, Vol. 104, No.4, 801-838.

Martin, N. &Saffran, E.M. (1997). Language and auditory-verbal short-term memory impairments:
Evidence for common underlying processes. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 14 (5), 641-682.

Saffran, E.M. & Martin, N. (1997). Effects of structural priming on sentence production in
aphasics. Language and Cognitive Processes, 12, (5/6), 877-882.

Martin, N., Roach, A., Brecher, A. & Lowery, J. (1998) Mechanisms underlying perseverations
in aphasia. Aphasiology, 12, 319-333.

Martin, N. &Saffran, E.M. (1999). Effects of word processing and short-term memory deficits on
verbal learning: Evidence from aphasia. International Journal of Psychology, 34 (5/6), 330-346.

Martin, N. &Laine, M. (2000). Effects of contextual priming on word retrieval in anomia
Aphasiology, 14, 53-70.

Martin, N. (2000) How are word processing and verbal STM related and why do we
want to know? Brain and Language, 71, 149-153.

Dell, G.S., Schwartz, M.F., Martin, N., Saffran, E.M. and Gagnon, D.A. (2000). The
role of computational models in neuropsychological investigations of language: Reply to
Ruml and Caramazza. Psychological Review, 107(5), 635-645.

Martin, N., Saffran, E.M., Dell, G.S., Schwartz, M.F. and Gupta, P. (2000).
Neuropsychological and computational evidence for a model of lexical processing,
verbal short-term memory and learning. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference
on Spoken Language Processing – Beijing, October, 2000, Volume II (China Military Friendship
Publisher), pp. 20-25.

Martin, N. Saffran, E.M. & Dell, G.S. (2000) Reprint of Martin, N. Saffran, E.M. &
Dell, G.S. (1996). Recovery in deep dysphasia: Evidence for a relation between
auditory-verbal STM and lexical errors in repetition. Brain and Language, 52, 83-113.
In G. Cohen, R.A. Johnston & K. Plunkett (Eds.) Exploring Cognition:
Damaged Brains and Neural Networks (Readings in Cognitive Neuropsychology and Connectionist
Modeling), London: Open University and Psychology Press.

Martin, N &Saffran, E. M. (2002). The relationship of input and output phonology in
single word processing: Evidence from aphasia. Aphasiology, 16, 107-150.

Cornelissen, K., Laine, M., Tarkiainen, A., Jarvensivu, T., Martin, N., & Salmelin, R. (2003).
Adult Brain Plasticity revealed by treatment of anomia: an MEG study. Journal of
Cognitive Neuroscience, 15, 444-461.

Renvall, K., Laine, M. Laakso, M. & Martin, N. (2003). Anomia rehabilitation with contextual
priming: A case study. Aphasiology, 17, 305-308

Saffran, E. M., Coslett, H. B., Martin, N. &Boronat, C. (2003). Access to knowledge from pictures
but not words in a case of a patient with progressive fluent aphasia. Language and
Cognitive Processes, 18, 725-758.

Renvall, K., Laine, M., Hiltunen, J., Rinne, J., Kaasinen, V., Sipilä, H. Cornelissen, K., Martin, N.
(2003). Naming multiple objects: Neural correlates as measured by positron emission tomography.
Applied Neuropsychology 10, 224-233.

Martin, N. (2003). Cognitive neuropsychological evidence for common processes underlying
generation and storage of language representations. Commentary on Ruchkin, Grafman, Corcoran and
Berndt, “Working memory retention systems: A state of activated long-term memory.” Brain and
Behavioral Sciences, 26 (6): 747-748.

Cornelissen, K., Laine, M., Renvall, K., Sarinen, T., Martin, N., and Salmelin, R. (2004).
Learning new names for new objects: Cortical effects as measured by
magnetoencephalography. Brain and Language, 89, 617-622.

Gupta, P. Lipinski, J. Lin, P.-H., Abbs, B., Aktunc, E., Martin, N. & Newman, R. (2004).
Space Aliens and nonwords: Stimuli and software for investigating the learning of novel
word-meaning pairs. Behavioral Research Methods, Instruments and Computers, 36, 699-703.

Martin, N. & Gupta, P. (2004) Exploring the relationship between word processing and
verbal STM: Evidence from associations and dissociations. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 21, 213-228.

Martin, N. & Ayala, J. (2004) Measurements of auditory-verbal STM in aphasia: Effects of
task, item and word processing impairment. Brain and Language,89 ,464-483.

Martin, N., Fink, R., Laine, M. (2004). Treatment of word retrieval with contextual priming
Aphasiology, 18, 457-471.

Martin, N., Fink, R., Laine, M. & Ayala, J. (2004). Immediate and short-term effects of
contextual priming on word retrieval. Aphasiology, 18, 867-898.

Martin, N. (2004). Comments on Nickels, L. and Howard, D., “Dissociating effects of number
of phonemes, number of syllables and syllable complexity on word production in aphasia: it’s
the number of phonemes that counts.” CognitiveNeuropsychology, 21, 528-530.

Martin, N. & Dell, G. S. (2004). Perseverations and Anticipations in Aphasia: Primed
intrusions from the past and future. Seminars in Speech and Language Pathology, 25,

*Reilly, J., Martin, N., & Grossman, M. (2005). Verbal learning in semantic dementia: Is
repetition priming a useful strategy? Aphasiology, 19(3/4/5), 329-339.

*Renvall, K., Laine, M., & Martin, N. (2005). Contextual priming in semantic anomia: A
case study. Brain and Language, 95, 327-341.

Martin, N., Schwartz, M.F. & Kohen, F.P., (2005). Assessment of the ability to process
semantic and phonological aspects of words in aphasia: A multi-measurement
approach. Aphasiology, 20, 2/3/4, 154-166.

Schwartz, M.F., Dell, G.S., Martin, N., Gahl, S., Sobel, P. (2006). A case series test of the
two-step interactive model of lexical access: Evidence from picture naming. Journal of
Memory and Language, 54, 228-264.

Martin, N., Fink, R., Renvall, K., &Laine, M. (2006). Effectiveness of contextual
repetition priming treatments for anomia depends on intact access to semantics.
Journal of International Neuropsychological Society, 12, 1-14.

Dell, G.S., Martin, N., & Schwartz, M.F. (2007). A case-series test of  the interactive two-step
model of lexical access: Predicting word  repetition from picture naming. Journal of
Memory and Language, 56, 490-520.

Renvall, K., Laine, M. & Martin, N. (2007). Treatment of anomia with contextual priming:
Exploration of a modified procedure with additional semantic and phonological tasks
Aphasiology, 21, 499-527.

Martin, N. & Dell, G. S. (2007). Common mechanisms underlying perseverative and
non-perseverative speech errors. Aphasiology, 21, 1002-1017.

*Bowes, K. & Martin, N. (2007). Longitudinal study of reading and writing rehabilitation using a
bigraph-biphone correspondence approach, Aphasiology, 21, 681-701.

Raymer, A.M., Beeson, P., Holland, A., Maher, L.M., Martin, N., Murray, L., Rose, M.,
Thompson, C.K., Turkstra, L., Altmann, L., Boyle, M., Conway, T., Hula, W., Kearns, K., Kendall, D.,
Rapp, B., Simmons-Mackie, N., Gonzalez Rothi, L.J., (2008). Translational Research in Aphasia: From
Neuroscience to NeurorehabilitationJournal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research,51,5259- 5275.

Kohen, F.P., Milsark, G.& Martin, N. (2011). Effects of syntactic and semantic
argument structure on sentence repetition in agrammatism: Things we can learn from
particles and prepositions. Aphasiology, 25 (06-07),736- 747.
Martin, N. (2011). Similarities and differences between perseverative and on-perseverative errors
in aphasia: Theoretical and clinical Implications. SIG 2 Perspectives on Neurophysiology
and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, 21, 167-175.

Tuomiranta, L., Grönholm-Nyman . P., Kohen, F. P., Pirkko Rautakoski, P., Laine, M.,
Martin, N. (2011). Learning and maintaining new vocabulary in persons with aphasia: Two controlled
case studies. Aphasiology, 25(09), 1030 – 1052..

Kalinyak-Fliszar, M., Kohen, F. P., & Martin, N. (2011). Remediation of language processing in aphasia:
Improving activation and maintenance of linguistic representations in (verbal) short-term memory.
Aphasiology, 25(10), 1095-1131.

Allen, C., Martin, R.C. & Martin, N. (2012). Relations between Short-term Memory
Deficits, Semantic Processing, and Executive Function, Aphasiology, 26 (3-4),428-461.

Reilly, J., Troche, J., Chatel, A., Park, H., Kalnyak-Fliszar, M., Antonucci, S., Martin, N., (2012)
Lexicality Effects in Word and Nonword Recall of Semantic Dementia and
Progressive Nonfluent Aphasia. Aphasiology, 26 (3-4),404-427.

Martin, N., Kohen, F. P., Kalinyak-Fliszar, M., Soveri, A. &Laine, M. (2012). Effects of
increased working memory load on processing of sounds and words in aphasia. Aphasiology, 26 (3-4),

Hula, W., Fergadiotis, G., & Martin, N. (2012). The effects of sample size and guessing on
parameter recovery in IRT modeling of aphasia test data. American Journal of Speech and
Language Pathology, 21, S38-S49. (May, 2012, supplement)

Tuomiranta, L., Rautakoski, P., Rinne, J. O., Martin, N.&Laine, M.(2012). Long-term
maintenance of novel vocabulary in persons with chronic aphasia. Aphasiology, 26 (8), 1053-1073.

Laine, M. & Martin, N. (2012) Cognitive Neuropsychology has been, is and will be significant
toAphasiology. Target article. Aphasiology. 26:11, 1362-1376. PMC3532518

Laine, M. & Martin, N. (2012). The role of cognitive neuropsychology in aphasiology: A
response to the commentaries. Aphasiology. 26, 11, 1401-1405.

Laine , M. & Martin, N. (2012). Should we play mind games or brain games in cognitive
neuropsychology? A reply to Pulvermüller. Aphasiology, 26 (12) 1485-1487.

Tuomiranta, L. M., Ca`marab, E.Walsh, S. F., Ripolle´s, P. , Saunavaarae, J. P., Parkkolae, R.,
Martin, N., Rodriguez-Fornells, Laine, M. (2014). Hidden word learning capacity
through orthography in aphasia. Cortex, 50,174-91.

Tuomiranta, L. M., Grönroos, A-M., Martin, N. , Laine, M. (2014-in press). Vocabulary
acquisition in aphasia: Modality can matter. Journal of Neurolingustics.

Martin, N. &Kalinyak-Fliszar, M. Building a case for single case study treatment research:
Comments on Howard, Best and Nickels “Optimising the design of intervention
studies: Critiques and ways forward. To appear in Aphasiology, Forum.

Peñaloza, C., Benetello, A., Tuomiranta, L. Heikius, I-M, Järvinen, S., Carmen M. C.
Cardona, P., MontserratJuncadella, M., Laine, M., Martin, N. Rodríguez-Fornells, A. (in press, 2014)
Speech Segmentation in Aphasia. Aphasiology.

Martin, N. &Kalinyak-Fliszar, M. Building a case for single case study treatment research:
Comments on Howard, Best and Nickels “Optimising the design of intervention
studies: Critiques and ways forward. (in press, 2015)Aphasiology.


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