Bruce Crosson
Bruce Crosson
Professor of Neurology, Emory University
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Stroop neuropsychological screening test
MR Trenerry, B Crosson, J DeBoe, WR Leber
Odessa, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources, 1989
10041989
Awareness and compensation in postacute head injury rehabilitation.
B Crosson, PP Barco, CA Velozo, MM Bolesta, PV Cooper, D Werts, ...
The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation, 1989
4111989
Subcortical aphasia
SE Nadeau, B Crosson
Brain and language 58 (3), 355-402, 1997
4081997
Subcortical functions in language: a working model
B Crosson
Brain and language 25 (2), 257-292, 1985
3471985
Subcortical functions in language and memory
BA Crosson
Guilford Press, 1992
3081992
Central representation of visceral and cutaneous hypersensitivity in the irritable bowel syndrome
GN Verne, NC Himes, ME Robinson, KS Gopinath, RW Briggs, B Crosson, ...
PAIN® 103 (1-2), 99-110, 2003
2712003
Functional MRI of language in aphasia: a review of the literature and the methodological challenges
B Crosson, K McGregor, KS Gopinath, TW Conway, M Benjamin, ...
Neuropsychology review 17 (2), 157-177, 2007
2352007
Conduction aphasia and the arcuate fasciculus: a reexamination of the Wernicke–Geschwind model
JM Anderson, R Gilmore, S Roper, B Crosson, RM Bauer, S Nadeau, ...
Brain and language 70 (1), 1-12, 1999
2171999
Left and right basal ganglia and frontal activity during language generation: contributions to lexical, semantic, and phonological processes
B Crosson, H Benefield, MA Cato, JR Sadek, AB Moore, CE Wierenga, ...
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS 9 (7), 1061, 2003
2062003
Neural signatures of semantic and phonemic fluency in young and old adults
M Meinzer, T Flaisch, L Wilser, C Eulitz, B Rockstroh, T Conway, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 21 (10), 2007-2018, 2009
1952009
Role of the right and left hemispheres in recovery of function during treatment of intention in aphasia
B Crosson, AB Moore, K Gopinath, KD White, CE Wierenga, ME Gaiefsky, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 17 (3), 392-406, 2005
1932005
Age-related changes in word retrieval: role of bilateral frontal and subcortical networks
CE Wierenga, M Benjamin, K Gopinath, WM Perlstein, CM Leonard, ...
Neurobiology of aging 29 (3), 436-451, 2008
1862008
de, S., & Koffler, SP (1998)
HJ Hannay, LA Bieliauskas, BA Crosson, TA Hammeke, K Hamsher
Proceedings of the Houston Conference on specialty education and training in …, 0
174*
Relative shift in activity from medial to lateral frontal cortex during internally versus externally guided word generation
B Crosson, JR Sadek, L Maron, D Gökçay, CM Mohr, EJ Auerbach, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 13 (2), 272-283, 2001
1722001
California Verbal Learning Test (CVLT) performance in severely head-injured and neurologically normal adult males
B Crosson, TA Novack, MR Trenerry, PL Craig
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 10 (6), 754-768, 1988
1631988
Functional magnetic resonance imaging before and after aphasia therapy: shifts in hemodynamic time to peak during an overt language task
KK Peck, AB Moore, BA Crosson, M Gaiefsky, KS Gopinath, K White, ...
Stroke 35 (2), 554-559, 2004
1542004
Subcortical mechanisms in language: Lexical–semantic mechanisms and the thalamus
B Crosson
Brain and cognition 40 (2), 414-438, 1999
1481999
Activity in the paracingulate and cingulate sulci during word generation: an fMRI study of functional anatomy
B Crosson, JR Sadek, JA Bobholz, D Gökçay, CM Mohr, CM Leonard, ...
Cerebral cortex 9 (4), 307-316, 1999
1451999
Thalamic mechanisms in language: a reconsideration based on recent findings and concepts
B Crosson
Brain and language 126 (1), 73-88, 2013
1432013
Mapping of semantic, phonological, and orthographic verbal working memory in normal adults with functional magnetic resonance imaging.
B Crosson, SM Rao, SJ Woodley, AC Rosen, JA Bobholz, A Mayer, ...
Neuropsychology 13 (2), 171, 1999
1381999
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