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BRAIN AND COGNITION 8, 135-136 (1988) Papers to Appear in Forthcoming Issues W. HARTJE, J. REUL, AND K. WILLMES. Left Hemispheric Interference with Nonverbal Performance in Aphasics. Comparison with Data from Split-Brain Studies. MARTHA J. FARAH, DAVID N. LEVINE, AND RONALD CALVANIO. A Case Study of Mental Imagery Deficit. CLINT A. BOWERS AND RICHARD C. LABARBA. Sex Differences in the Lateralization of Spatial Abilities: A Spatial Component Analysis of Extreme Group Scores. MATTHEW J. HOPTMAN AND JERRE LEVY. Perceptual Asymmetries in Left- and Right-Handers for Cartoon and Real Faces. SALLY A. URBANCZYK, CHARLOTTE ANGEL, AND KEVIN J. KENNELLY. Hemispheric Activation Increases Positive Manifold for Lateralized Cognitive Tasks: An Extension of Stankov’s Hypothesis. MURRAY GROSSMAN. Drawing Deficits in Brain-Damaged Patients’ Freehand Pictures. KATHERINE L. CHURCH AND CHRISTINE CHIARELLO. Lateral Eyes or Lateralized?: Hemiretinal and Ocular Dominance Effects on Visual Field Asymmetries for the Lexical Decision Task. RICHARD S. LEWIS AND LAUREN JULIUS HARRIS. The Relationship between Cerebral Later- alization and Cognitive Ability: Suggested Criteria for Empirical Tests. RUSSELL M. BAUER AND MIEKE VERFAELLIE. Electrodermal Discrimination of Familiar but Not Unfamiliar Faces in Prosopagnosia. NEIL CHARNESS, WILLIAM MILBERG, AND MICHAEL P. ALEXANDER. Teaching an Amnesic a Complex Cognitive Skill. S. SWINNEN, C. B. WALTER, AND D. C. SHAPIRO. The Coordination of Limb Movements with Different Kinematic Patterns. LANCE E. TREXLER AND GIUSEPPE ZAPPALA. Neuropathological Determinants of Acquired Attention Disorders in Traumatic Brain Injury. SUSAN COHEN LEVINE, MARIE T. BANICH, AND MARGARET PRIMEAU KOCH-WESER. Face Recognition: A General or Specific Right Hemisphere Capacity? D. T. STUSS, A. &BERMAN, R. NELSON, AND S. LAROCHELLE. The Neuropsychology of Paramedian Thalamic Infarction. DAVID FREIDES, LARRY A. TUPLER, J. MARK HALL, TERI E. FOWLER, AND DAVID FREIDES. On the Independence of Physical and Nominal Codes: A Correlational Analysis. RAM FROST AND ITAMAR GATI. Comparison of the Geometric and the Contrast Models of Similarity by Presentation of Visual Stimuli to the Left and the Right Visual Fields. WILLIAM HIRST AND BRUCE T. VOLPE. Memory Strategies with Brain-Damage. ANDREW W. YOUNG AND HADYN D. ELLIS. Childhood Prosopagnosia. JACQUELYN CRANNEY, CAROL A. FOWLER, AND FRANK MUSIEK. Duplex Perception: Some Initial Findings Concerning Its Neural Basis. PAOLO NICHELLI, MONICA RINALDI, AND ROBERTO CUBELLI. Selective Spatial Attention and Length Representation in Normal Subjects and in Patients with Unilateral Spatial Neglect. MALCOLM B. DICK, MARY-LOUISE KEAN, AND DAN SANDS. Memory for Action Events in Alzheimer-Type Dementia: Further Evidence of an Encoding Failure. MALCOLM B. DICK, MARY-LOUISE KEAN, AND DAN SANDS. Memory for Internally-Generated Words in Alzheimer-Type Dementia: Breakdown in Encoding and Semantic Memory. 135 0278-2626188 $3.00 Copyright 0 1988 by Academic Press, Inc. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved.

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BRAIN AND COGNITION 8, 135-136 (1988)

Papers to Appear in Forthcoming Issues

W. HARTJE, J. REUL, AND K. WILLMES. Left Hemispheric Interference with Nonverbal Performance in Aphasics. Comparison with Data from Split-Brain Studies.

MARTHA J. FARAH, DAVID N. LEVINE, AND RONALD CALVANIO. A Case Study of Mental Imagery Deficit.

CLINT A. BOWERS AND RICHARD C. LABARBA. Sex Differences in the Lateralization of Spatial Abilities: A Spatial Component Analysis of Extreme Group Scores.

MATTHEW J. HOPTMAN AND JERRE LEVY. Perceptual Asymmetries in Left- and Right-Handers for Cartoon and Real Faces.

SALLY A. URBANCZYK, CHARLOTTE ANGEL, AND KEVIN J. KENNELLY. Hemispheric Activation Increases Positive Manifold for Lateralized Cognitive Tasks: An Extension of Stankov’s Hypothesis.

MURRAY GROSSMAN. Drawing Deficits in Brain-Damaged Patients’ Freehand Pictures. KATHERINE L. CHURCH AND CHRISTINE CHIARELLO. Lateral Eyes or Lateralized?: Hemiretinal

and Ocular Dominance Effects on Visual Field Asymmetries for the Lexical Decision Task.

RICHARD S. LEWIS AND LAUREN JULIUS HARRIS. The Relationship between Cerebral Later- alization and Cognitive Ability: Suggested Criteria for Empirical Tests.

RUSSELL M. BAUER AND MIEKE VERFAELLIE. Electrodermal Discrimination of Familiar but Not Unfamiliar Faces in Prosopagnosia.

NEIL CHARNESS, WILLIAM MILBERG, AND MICHAEL P. ALEXANDER. Teaching an Amnesic a Complex Cognitive Skill.

S. SWINNEN, C. B. WALTER, AND D. C. SHAPIRO. The Coordination of Limb Movements with Different Kinematic Patterns.

LANCE E. TREXLER AND GIUSEPPE ZAPPALA. Neuropathological Determinants of Acquired Attention Disorders in Traumatic Brain Injury.

SUSAN COHEN LEVINE, MARIE T. BANICH, AND MARGARET PRIMEAU KOCH-WESER. Face Recognition: A General or Specific Right Hemisphere Capacity?

D. T. STUSS, A. &BERMAN, R. NELSON, AND S. LAROCHELLE. The Neuropsychology of Paramedian Thalamic Infarction.

DAVID FREIDES, LARRY A. TUPLER, J. MARK HALL, TERI E. FOWLER, AND DAVID FREIDES.

On the Independence of Physical and Nominal Codes: A Correlational Analysis. RAM FROST AND ITAMAR GATI. Comparison of the Geometric and the Contrast Models of

Similarity by Presentation of Visual Stimuli to the Left and the Right Visual Fields. WILLIAM HIRST AND BRUCE T. VOLPE. Memory Strategies with Brain-Damage. ANDREW W. YOUNG AND HADYN D. ELLIS. Childhood Prosopagnosia. JACQUELYN CRANNEY, CAROL A. FOWLER, AND FRANK MUSIEK. Duplex Perception: Some

Initial Findings Concerning Its Neural Basis. PAOLO NICHELLI, MONICA RINALDI, AND ROBERTO CUBELLI. Selective Spatial Attention and

Length Representation in Normal Subjects and in Patients with Unilateral Spatial Neglect.

MALCOLM B. DICK, MARY-LOUISE KEAN, AND DAN SANDS. Memory for Action Events in Alzheimer-Type Dementia: Further Evidence of an Encoding Failure.

MALCOLM B. DICK, MARY-LOUISE KEAN, AND DAN SANDS. Memory for Internally-Generated Words in Alzheimer-Type Dementia: Breakdown in Encoding and Semantic Memory.

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136 PAPERS TO APPEAR

R. WALTER HEINRICHS. Attempted Clinical Application of a Technique for Promoting Robust Free Recall to a Case of Alcoholic Korsakoffs Syndrome.

KATHLEEN YORK HAALAND AND DELI~RAH HARRINGTON. The Role of the Hemispheres in Closed Loop Movements.

BARBARA SIVAK AND CHRISTINE L. MACKENZIE. Evidence for Cerebral Asymmetries in a Finger Sequencing Task.

SCOTT W. MINOR, HEDY WHITE, AND EMILY P. OWINGS. Hemispheric Asymmetries in Interpreting Forms vs. Cdors in Ambiguous Patterns.

RICHARD A. BLOCK, DAVID P. ARNOTT, BARBARA QUIGLEY, AND WESLEY C. LYNCH. Unilateral Nostril Breathing Influences Lateralized Cognitive Performance.

ANDREW J. SAYKIN, RUBEN C. GUR, NEIL M. SLJSSMAN, MICHAEL J. O’CONNOR, AND RAQUEL E. GUR. Memory Deficits before and after Temporal Lobectomy: Effect of Laterality and Age of Onset.

G. RHODES AND R. WOODING. Laterahty Effects in Identification of Caricatures and Photographs of Famous Faces.

JOHN T. E. RICHARDSON. Performance in Free Recall following Rupture and Repair of Intracranial Aneurysm.

MICHAEL I. BL~CH AND JOSEPH B. HELLIGE. Stimulus Intensity, Attentional Instructions and the Ear Advantage during Dichotic Listening.

DAVID P. CORINA. Recognition of Affective and Noncanonical Linguistic Facial Expressions in Hearing and Deaf Subjects.

JEAN-PIERRE WALCH AND JEANINE BLANC-GARIN. Spatial Performance and Perceptual Asym- metries in Beginning Readers: Shift of Hand Advantage in Dichhaptic Tasks.

RICHARD S. LEAKS AND LOIS CHRISTIANSEN. Intrahemispheric Sex Differences in the Functional Representation of Language and Praxic Functions in Normal Individuals.

DARIO GROSSI, ANTONINO MODAFFERI, LUCIANA PELOSI, AND LUIGI TROJANO. On the Different Roles of the Cerebral Hemispheres in Mental Imagery. The “O’Clock Test” in TWO Clinical Cases.

JOAN C. BOROD, PATRICIA M. FITZPATRICK, NANCY HELM-ESTABROOKS, AND HAROLD G~~~~LAss. The Relationship between Limb Apraxia and the Spontaneous Use of Communicative Gesture in Aphasia.

RUTH NASS AND DIANE KOCH. Differential Effects of Congenital Left and Right Brain Injury on Intelligence.

LEE XENAKIS BLONDER, RAQUEL E. GUR, RUBEN C. GUR, ANDREW J. SAYKIN, AND HOWARD I. HURTIG. Neuropsychological Functioning in Hemiparkinsonism.

STEFAN HAGSTADIUS AND JARL RISBERG. Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Characteristics and Variations with Age in Resting Normal Subjects.

H. BRANCH COSLETT AND KENNETH M. HEILMAN. Hemihypokinesia after Right Hemisphere Stroke.

PATRIZIO EMMANUELE TRESSOLDI. Hemispace and Information Control by the Two Cerebral Hemispheres, Which Interaction?