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Preface Part I. Introduction: 1. Issues in neurolinguistics and linguistic aphasiology 2. Approaches to neuolinguistics and linguistics aphasiology Part II. Clinical Aphasiology and Neurolinguistics: 3. The discoveries of Paul Broca: localization of the 'faculty for articulate language' 4. Classical connectionist models 5. Extensions of connectionism 6. Objections to connectionism 7. Hierarchical models 8. Global models 9. Process models 10. Overview of clinical aphasiology and neurolinguistics Part III. Linguistic Aphasiology: 11. Linguistic descriptions and aphasic syndromes 12. Disturbances of lexical semantic representation 13. Disturbances of the sound system 14. Acquired dyslexia 15. Disturbances of sentence production: agrammatism 16. Disturbances of sentence comprehension 17. Overview of linguistic aphasiology Part IV. Contemporary Neurolinguistics: 18. Cerebral dominance and specialization for language 19. Cerebral localization for language revisited 20. Cerebral evoked potentials and language 21. Electrical stimulation of the language areas 22. Towards a theoretical neurophysiology of language 23. Overview of contemporary neurolinguistics References Author index Subject index.