Proper name anomia after right-hemispheric lesion: A case study

Geukes C, Müller HM (2015)
Neurocase 21(4): 520-528.

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Geukes C, Müller HM. Proper name anomia after right-hemispheric lesion: A case study. Neurocase. 2015;21(4):520-528.
Geukes, C., & Müller, H. M. (2015). Proper name anomia after right-hemispheric lesion: A case study. Neurocase, 21(4), 520-528.
Geukes, C., and Müller, H. M. (2015). Proper name anomia after right-hemispheric lesion: A case study. Neurocase 21, 520-528.
Geukes, C., & Müller, H.M., 2015. Proper name anomia after right-hemispheric lesion: A case study. Neurocase, 21(4), p 520-528.
C. Geukes and H.M. Müller, “Proper name anomia after right-hemispheric lesion: A case study”, Neurocase, vol. 21, 2015, pp. 520-528.
Geukes, C., Müller, H.M.: Proper name anomia after right-hemispheric lesion: A case study. Neurocase. 21, 520-528 (2015).
Geukes, Cornelia, and Müller, Horst M. “Proper name anomia after right-hemispheric lesion: A case study”. Neurocase 21.4 (2015): 520-528.
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