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2005Mental representation of prepositional compounds: Evidence from Italian agrammatic patientsMondini, Sara; Luzzatti, Claudio; Saletta, Paola; Allamano, Claudia; Semenza, Carlo
2001Lexical Representation and Processing of Morphologically Complex Words: Evidence from the Reading Performance of an Italian Agrammatic PatientLuzzatti, Claudio; Mondini, Sara; Semenza, Carlo
2003The mental representation of Verb–Noun compounds in Italian: Evidence from a multiple single-case study in aphasiaMondini, Sara; Luzzatti, Claudio; Zonca, Giusy; Pistarini, Caterina; Semenza, Carlo
2001Why Is ‘‘Red Cross’’ Different from ‘‘Yellow Cross’’?: A Neuropsychological Study of Noun–Adjective Agreement within Italian CompoundsMondini, Sara; Jarema, Gonia; Luzzatti, Claudio; Burani, Cristina; Semenza, Carlo
2001Lexical Representation and Processing of Morphologically Complex Words: Evidence from the Reading Performance of an Italian Agrammatic PatientLuzzatti, Claudio; Mondini, Sara; Semenza, Carlo
2001Why Is ‘‘Red Cross’’ Different from ‘‘Yellow Cross’’?: A Neuropsychological Study of Noun–Adjective Agreement within Italian CompoundsMondini, Sara; Jarema, Gonia; Luzzatti, Claudio; Burani, Cristina; Semenza, Carlo
2005Mental representation of prepositional compounds: Evidence from Italian agrammatic patientsMondini, Sara; Luzzatti, Claudio; Saletta, Paola; Allamano, Claudia; Semenza, Carlo
2003The mental representation of Verb–Noun compounds in Italian: Evidence from a multiple single-case study in aphasiaMondini, Sara; Luzzatti, Claudio; Zonca, Giusy; Pistarini, Caterina; Semenza, Carlo