The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cognitive psychology, Aphasia, Lateralization of brain function, Comprehension and Cognition. Her Cognitive psychology research includes elements of Cognitive neuropsychology, Sentence processing, Short-term memory, Vocabulary and Semantic memory. Her Aphasia research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sentence, Category specific, Noun and Speech perception.
Her Lateralization of brain function research incorporates themes from Vigilance, Binaural recording, Left index finger and Semantic representation. Rosaleen A. McCarthy has researched Comprehension in several fields, including Semantics and Verb. Her study in Cognition is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Modality, Spelling, Meaning and Information processing.
Her primary areas of study are Cognitive psychology, Cognition, Semantic memory, Neuropsychology and Cognitive science. Her Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Visual agnosia, Perception, Dissociation and Communication. The Dissociation study combines topics in areas such as Proper noun and Vocabulary.
As a part of the same scientific study, she usually deals with the Cognition, concentrating on Developmental psychology and frequently concerns with Face. Her Semantic memory research includes themes of Comprehension, Amnesia, Temporal lobe and Episodic memory. Her study looks at the relationship between Neuropsychology and fields such as Semantics, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Rosaleen A. McCarthy spends much of her time researching Schizophrenia, Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology, Cognition and Thought disorder. Specifically, her work in Cognitive psychology is concerned with the study of Illusion. The concepts of her Developmental psychology study are interwoven with issues in Perception and Audiology.
Rosaleen A. McCarthy works mostly in the field of Cognition, limiting it down to topics relating to Cognitive science and, in certain cases, Interpretation, Pragmatics and Schizophrenic Psychology. Rosaleen A. McCarthy has included themes like Semantic information, Recall, Repetition and Sentence in her Thought disorder study. Her Recall study incorporates themes from Schizophrenia, Neuropsychology, Psychosis, Episodic memory and Semantic memory.
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Categories of knowledge. Further fractionations and an attempted integration.
Elizabeth K. Warrington;Rosaleen A. Mccarthy.
Cognitive Neuropsychology: A Clinical Introduction
Rosaleen A. McCarthy;Elizabeth K. Warrington.
CATEGORY SPECIFIC ACCESS DYSPHASIA
Elizabeth K. Warrington;Rosaleen Mccarthy.
Frontal lesions and sustained attention.
A.J. Wilkins;T. Shallice;R. McCarthy.
Evidence for modality-specific meaning systems in the brain
Rosaleen A. McCarthy;E. K. Warrington.
Category specificity in an agrammatic patient: the relative impairment of verb retrieval and comprehension.
Rosaleen McCarthy;Elizabeth K. Warrington.
Reading without semantics
Tim Shallice;Elizabeth K. Warrington;Rosaleen Mccarthy.
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (1983)
A two-route model of speech production. Evidence from aphasia.
Rosaleen Mccarthy;Elizabeth K. Warrington.
Accelerated forgetting in patients with epilepsy: evidence for an impairment in memory consolidation.
R V Blake;S J Wroe;E K Breen;R A McCarthy.
Autobiographical amnesia resulting from bilateral paramedian thalamic infarction A case study in cognitive neurobiology
John R. Hodges;Rosaleen A. McCarthy.
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