Sladjana Lukic
Sladjana Lukic
ALBA Language Neurobiology Lab, Memory and Aging Center, UCSF
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Verb and noun deficits in stroke-induced and primary progressive aphasia: The Northwestern Naming Battery
CK Thompson, S Lukic, MC King, MM Mesulam, S Weintraub
Aphasiology 26 (5), 632-655, 2012
Network modulation during complex syntactic processing
DB Den Ouden, D Saur, W Mader, B Schelter, S Lukic, E Wali, J Timmer, ...
Neuroimage 59 (1), 815-823, 2012
Training verb argument structure production in agrammatic aphasia: Behavioral and neural recovery patterns
CK Thompson, EA Riley, DB den Ouden, A Meltzer-Asscher, S Lukic
cortex 49 (9), 2358-2376, 2013
Neurocognitive basis of repetition deficits in primary progressive aphasia
S Lukic, ML Mandelli, A Welch, K Jordan, W Shwe, J Neuhaus, Z Miller, ...
Brain and language 194, 35-45, 2019
Task dependent lexicality effects support interactive models of reading: A meta-analytic neuroimaging review
C McNorgan, S Chabal, D O'Young, S Lukic, JR Booth
Neuropsychologia 67, 148-158, 2015
Right hemisphere grey matter volume and language functions in stroke aphasia.
S Lukic, E Barbieri, X Wang, D Caplan, S Kiran, B Rapp, TB Parrish, ...
Neural plasticity, 2017
13. Neural mechanisms of verb and sentence production: a lesion-deficit study
S Lukic, B Bonakdarpour, D Den Ouden, C Price, C Thompson, J Stark, ...
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 94, 1-10, 2013
Common and distinct neural substrates of sentence production and comprehension
S Lukic, CK Thompson, E Barbieri, B Chiappetta, B Bonakdarpour, ...
NeuroImage 224, 117374, 2021
Uniform data set language measures for bvFTD and PPA diagnosis and monitoring
AM Staffaroni, S Weintraub, K Rascovsky, KP Rankin, J Taylor, JA Fields, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring 13 (1 …, 2021
Noun and verb production and comprehension in stroke-induced and primary progressive aphasia: an introduction to the Northwestern Naming Battery
CK Thompson, S Lukic, MC King, MM Mesulam, S Weintraub
Aphasiology 26, 632-655, 2012
Dissociating nouns and verbs in temporal and perisylvian networks: Evidence from neurodegenerative diseases
S Lukic, V Borghesani, E Weis, A Welch, R Bogley, J Neuhaus, J Deleon, ...
Cortex 142, 47-61, 2021
The Rapid Naming Test: Development and initial validation in typically aging adults
J Stiver, AM Staffaroni, SM Walters, MY You, KB Casaletto, SJ Erlhoff, ...
The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 1-22, 2021
Neural dynamics of semantic categorization in semantic variant of primary progressive aphasia
V Borghesani, CL Dale, S Lukic, LBN Hinkley, M Lauricella, W Shwe, ...
Elife 10, e63905, 2021
Neurocognitive correlates of category ambiguous verb processing: The single versus dual lexical entry hypotheses
S Lukic, A Meltzer-Asscher, J Higgins, TB Parrish, CK Thompson
Brain and language 194, 65-76, 2019
Automated detection of speech timing alterations in autopsy-confirmed nonfluent/agrammatic variant primary progressive aphasia
AM García, AE Welch, ML Mandelli, ML Henry, S Lukic, MJT Prioris, ...
Neurology 99 (5), e500-e511, 2022
Voxel-Based Brain-Behavior Mapping in Neurodegenerative Diseases
S Lukic, V Borghesani, ML Gorno-Tempini, G Battistella
Lesion-to-Symptom Mapping, 135-147, 2022
The role of zero-derivation in lexical processing
S Lukic, M Yoshida, CK Thompson
Front. Psychol. Conference Abstract: 54th Annual Academy of Aphasia Meeting, 2016
Noun and Verb Production and Comprehension in Stroke-Induced and Primary Progressive Aphasia: An Introduction to the Northwestern Naming Battery
MC King, S Lukic, S Weintraub, CK Thompson
Enhanced positive emotional reactivity in frontotemporal dementia reflects left-lateralized atrophy in the temporal and frontal lobes
SM Shdo, ARK Roy, S Datta, IJ Sible, S Lukic, DC Perry, KP Rankin, ...
Cortex, 2022
Auditory verb generation performance patterns dissociate variants of Primary Progressive Aphasia
S Lukic, AE Licata, E Weis, R Bogley, B Ratnasiri, A Welch, L Hinkley, ...
PsyArXiv, 2022
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