Hiram Brownell
Hiram Brownell
Professor of Psychology, Boston College
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Acquiredtheory of mind'impairments following stroke
F Happé, H Brownell, E Winner
Cognition 70 (3), 211-240, 1999
The getting of wisdom: theory of mind in old age.
FGE Happé, E Winner, H Brownell
Developmental psychology 34 (2), 358, 1998
Inference deficits in right brain-damaged patients
HH Brownell, HH Potter, AM Bihrle, H Gardner
Brain and language 27 (2), 310-321, 1986
Surprise but not coherence: Sensitivity to verbal humor in right-hemisphere patients
HH Brownell, D Michel, J Powelson, H Gardner
Brain and language 18 (1), 20-27, 1983
Distinguishing lies from jokes: Theory of mind deficits and discourse interpretation in right hemisphere brain-damaged patients
E Winner, H Brownell, F Happé, A Blum, D Pincus
Brain and language 62 (1), 89-106, 1998
Appreciation of metaphoric alternative word meanings by left and right brain-damaged patients
HH Brownell, TL Simpson, AM Bihrle, HH Potter, H Gardner
Neuropsychologia 28 (4), 375-383, 1990
Comprehension of humorous and nonhumorous materials by left and right brain-damaged patients
AM Bihrle, HH Brownell, JA Powelson, H Gardner
Brain and cognition 5 (4), 399-411, 1986
Missing the point
H Gardner
Cognitive processing in the right hemisphere, 169-192, 1983
Category differentiation in object recognition: typicality constraints on the basic category advantage.
GL Murphy, HH Brownell
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 11 (1), 70, 1985
The effects of right hemisphere damage on the pragmatic interpretation of conversational remarks
JA Kaplan, HH Brownell, JR Jacobs, H Gardner
Brain and language 38 (2), 315-333, 1990
Does reading a single passage of literary fiction really improve theory of mind? An attempt at replication.
ME Panero, DS Weisberg, J Black, TR Goldstein, JL Barnes, H Brownell, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 111 (5), e46, 2016
Sensitivity to lexical denotation and connotation in brain-damaged patients: A double dissociation?
HH Brownell, HH Potter, D Michelow, H Gardner
Brain and language 22 (2), 253-265, 1984
Appreciation of indirect requests by left-and right-brain-damaged patients: The effects of verbal context and conventionality of wording
ST Weylman, HH Brownell, M Roman, H Gardner
Brain and language 36 (4), 580-591, 1989
Deficits in inference and social cognition: The effects of right hemisphere brain damage
H Brownell, G Martino
Right hemisphere language comprehension: Perspectives from cognitive …, 1998
Discourse ability and brain damage: Theoretical and empirical perspectives
Y Joanette, H Brownell
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Speed of lexical activation in nonfluent Broca's aphasia and fluent Wernicke's aphasia
PA Prather, E Zurif, T Love, H Brownell
Brain and language 59 (3), 391-411, 1997
The semantic deficit hypothesis: Perceptual parsing and object classification by aphasic patients
A Caramazza, RS Berndt, HH Brownell
Brain and language 15 (1), 161-189, 1982
The allocation of memory resources during sentence comprehension: Evidence from the elderly
E Zurif, D Swinney, P Prather, A Wingfield, H Brownell
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 24, 165-182, 1995
Discourse comprehension by right-hemisphere stroke patients: Deficits of prediction and revision
R Molloy, HH Brownell, H Gardner
Discourse ability and brain damage: Theoretical and empirical perspectives …, 1990
The use of pronoun anaphora and speaker mood in the interpretation of conversational utterances by right hemisphere brain-damaged patients
HH Brownell, JJ Carroll, A Rehak, A Wingfield
Brain and language 43 (1), 121-147, 1992
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