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Dr Judit Druks

Lecturer in Syntax

Location:Room 115F, Chandler House,
2 Wakefield Street, London WC1N 1PF
Telephone: +44 (0) 207 679 4261 (x24261)
Email: j.druks@ucl.ac.uk



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Research Interests


Semantic, syntactic and morphological impairments in aphasia and dementia: syntactic comprehension deficits in aphasia, impairments of grammatical morphemes and prepositions in aphasia, acquired dyslexia and noun-verb differences in different populations

 

    2014

    2012

    • Druks, J., Aydelott, J., Genethliou, M., Jacobs, H., Weekes, B. (2012). Progressive dyslexia: Evidence from Hungarian and English. Behav Neurol 25(3), 185-191 doi:10.3233/BEN-2012-119003. Author URL
    • Varkanitsa, M., Kasselimis, D., Potagas, C., Evdokimidis, I., van de Koot, H., Druks, J. (2012). Processing of Covert Scope Inversion in Broca's Aphasia. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 61, 277-278 Publisher URL

    2011

    • Vigliocco, G., Vinson, D. P., Druks, J., Barber, H., Cappa, S. F. (2011). Nouns and verbs in the brain: A review of behavioural, electrophysiological, neuropsychological and imaging studies. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 35(3), 407-426 doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2010.04.007. Author URL

    2010

    • Matzig, S., Druks, J., Neeleman, A., Craig, G. (2010). Spared syntax and impaired spell-out: The case of prepositions. J NEUROLINGUIST 23(4), 354-382 doi:10.1016/j.jneuroling.2010.02.002.

    2009

    • Maetzig, S., Druks, J., Masterson, J., Vigliocco, G. (2009). Noun and verb differences in picture naming: Past studies and new evidence. Cortex 45(6), 738-758 doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2008.10.003. Author URL
    • Robinson, J., Druks, J. H., J, G., P, (2009). The treatment of object naming, definition, and object use in semantic dementia: The effectiveness of errorless learning. Aphasiology 23(6), 749-775 doi:10.1080/02687030802235195. Author URL

    2008

    • Masterson, J., Druks, J. G., D, (2008). Object and action picture naming in three- and five-year-old children. Journal of Child Language 35, 373-402
    • Masterson, J., Druks, J., To, N. (2008). Object and Action Picture Naming in English and Cantonese Speaking Children: Investigation of the Noun Bias. MBE 2008: ASIA -PACIFIC CONFERENCE ON MIND BRAIN AND EDUCATION. ( pp.180-182). RES CTR LEARNING SCI.

    2007

    • Masterson, J., Druks, J. K., M, C., L, G., C, H., M, (2007). Selective naming (and comprehension) deficits in Alzheimer's disease? Cortex (7), 921-934

    2006

    • Druks, J. (2006). Morpho-syntactic and morpho-phonological deficits in the production of regularly and irregularly inflected verbs. Aphasiology 20(9), 993-1017 doi:10.1080/02687030600739422.
    • Druks, J., Masterson, J., Kopelman, M., Clare, L., Rose, A., Rai, G. (2006). Is action naming better preserved (than object naming) in Alzheimer's disease and why should we ask? Brain and Language 98(3), 332-340 doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2006.06.003. Author URL
    • Maetzig, S., Druks, J. (2006). Object vs. action naming: A double dissociation? Brain and Language. ( Vol. 99 pp.218-219).
    • Maetzig, S., Druks, J., Masterson, J., Vigliocco, G. (2006). Object and action naming in aphasia: A double dissociation? Science of aphasia.
    • Maetzig, S., Druks,, Masterson, J., J,, Vigliocco,, G, (2006). Object and action naming in nine aphasic patient and comparison participants. Science of Aphasia, Sardinia.
    • Nanousi, V., Masterson, J., Druks, J., Atkinson, M. (2006). Interpretable vs. uninterpretable features: Evidence from six Greek-speaking agrammatic patients. Journal of Neurolinguistics 19(3), 209-238 doi:10.1016/j.jneuroling.2005.11.003.

    2005

    2003

    • Druks, J., Masterson, J. (Eds.) (2003). Objects vs. actions and nouns vs. verbs. Journal of Neurolinguistics 16(2-3), 59-250 doi:10.1016/S0911-6044(02)00018-0.
    • Bogka, N., Masterson, J., Druks, J., Fragkioudaki, M., Chatziprokopiou, E., Economou, K. (2003). Object and action picture naming in English and Greek. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 15(3), 371-403 doi:10.1080/09541440244000193. Author URL
    • Druks, J., Carroll, E. (2003). The crucial role of tense for verb production. BRAIN LANG 87(1), 11-12

    2002

    • Druks, J. (2002). Verbs and nouns - a review of the literature. Journal of Neurolinguistics 15, 289-315
    • Druks, J., Froud, K. (2002). The syntax of single words: Evidence from a patient with a selective function word reading deficit. Cognitive Neuropsychology 19(3), 207-244 doi:10.1080/02643290143000141.

    2000

    • Druks, J. (2000). Object and action naming battery. Hove Psychology Press.
    • Druks, J., Marshall, J. C. (2000). Kicking over the traces: A note in response to Zurif and Pinango (1999). Brain and Language 75, 461-464
    • Druks, J., Shallice, T. (2000). Selective preservation of naming from description and the "restricted preverbal message". Brain and Language 72, 100-128 Author URL

    1998

    • Masterson, J., Druks, J. (1998). Description of a set of 164 nouns and 102 verbs matched for printed word frequency, familiarity and age-of-acquisition. J NEUROLINGUIST 11(4), 331-354

    1996

    • Druks, J., Marshall, J. C. (1996). Syntax, strategies, and the single case: A reply. COGNITION 58(2), 281-287
    • Druks, J., Shallice, T. (1996). Modality-linked naming impairment and multiple semantics. BRAIN AND COGNITION. ( Vol. 32 pp.273-276). ACADEMIC PRESS INC JNL-COMP SUBSCRIPTIONS.
    • Druks, J., Shallice, T. (1996). The production of verbs in an optic aphasic patient. BRAIN AND COGNITION. ( Vol. 32 pp.246-248). ACADEMIC PRESS INC JNL-COMP SUBSCRIPTIONS.

    1995

    • Druks, J., Marshall, J. C. (1995). WHEN PASSIVES ARE EASIER THAN ACTIVES - 2 CASE-STUDIES OF APHASIC COMPREHENSION. Cognition 55(3), 311-331 Author URL

    1991

    • DRUKS, J., MARSHALL, J. C. (1991). AGRAMMATISM - AN ANALYSIS AND CRITIQUE, WITH NEW EVIDENCE FROM 4 HEBREW-SPEAKING APHASIC PATIENTS. COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCH 8(6), 415-433

 

Current PhD Students

Maria Varkanitsa
Syntactic and morphological impairments in the language of Greek-speaking patients with aphasia.