Professor Janice Kay
Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychology

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Journal articles

Haslam C, Kay J, Tree J, Baron R (2009). Dysgraphia in dementia: a systematic investigation of graphemic buffer features in a case series. Neurocase, 15(4), 338-351. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Mycroft RH, Behrmann M, Kay J (2009). Visuoperceptual deficits in letter-by-letter reading?. Neuropsychologia, 47(7), 1733-1744. Abstract. DOI.
Tree JJ, Kay J (2008). Longitudinal assessment of language and memory impairments in pathologically confirmed cortico-basal ganglionic degeneration. Cortex, 44(9), 1234-1247. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Baron R, Hanley JR, Dell G, Kay J (2008). Testing single- and dual-route computational models of auditory repetition with new data from six aphasic patients. Aphasiology, 22(1), 62-76. Abstract. DOI.
Haslam C, Wills AJ, Haslam SA, Kay J, Baron R, McNab F (2007). Does maintenance of colour categories rely on language? Evidence to the contrary from a case of semantic dementia. Brain Lang, 103(3), 251-263. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams WH, Haslam C, Kay J, Pewter S (2007). Neuropsychological and psychiatric profiles in acute encephalitis in adults. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 17, 478-505.
Kay JM, Tree J (2006). Phonological Dyslexia and phonological impairment: an exception to the rule?. Neuropsychologia, 44(14), 2861-2873. DOI.
Kay JM, Hanley JR, Haslam C, Lyons F (2006). Selective preservation of memory for people in the context of semantic memory disorder: Patterns of Association and Dissociation. Neuropsychologia, 44(14), 2887-2898. DOI.
jt001, Kay J, Perfect TJ (2005). 'Deep' Language Disorders in Non-Fluent Progressive Aphasia: An Evaluation of the 'Summation' Account of Semantic Errors Across Language Production Tasks. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 22(6), 643-659. DOI.
Haslam C, Kay J, Hanley JR, Lyons F (2004). Biographical knowledge: modality-specific or modality-neutral?. Cortex, 40(3), 451-466. Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell DC, Kay J, Mycroft R (2004). Comparing a single case to a control sample: Differences in distribution versus differences in means. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 21(7), 756-760. DOI.
Hanley RJ, Dell GA, Kay J, Baron RA (2004). Evidence for the involvement of a nonlexical route in the repetition of familiar words; a comparison of single and dual route models of auditory repetition. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 21(2-4), 147-158. DOI.
Ball MJ, Code C, Tree J, Dawe K, Kay J (2004). Phonetic and phonological analysis of progressive speech degeneration: a case study. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 18(6-8), 447-462. Abstract. DOI.
Kay J, Terry R (2004). Ten years on: Lessons learned from published studies that cite the PALPA. Aphasiology, 18(2), 127-151. Abstract. DOI.
Mitchell DC, Kay J, Mycroft R (2002). An evaluation of statistical procedures for comparing an individual's performance with that of a group of controls. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 19(4), 291-299. DOI.
Kay JM, Hanley JR, Lyons F (2002). Anomia for common names and geographical names with preserved retrieval of names of people: a semantic memory disorder. Cortex, 38(1), 23-35.
Hanley, J.R. Edwards, M. (2002). Imageability effects, phonological errors and the relationship between auditory repetition and picture naming: Implications for models of auditory repetition. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 19(3), 193-206.
Kay JM, Hanley JR (2002). Preservation of memory for people in semantic memory disorder: Further category-specific semantic dissociation. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 19(2), 113-133. DOI.
Mycroft R, Hanley JR, Kay J (2002). Preserved access to abstract letter identities despite abolished letter naming in a case of pure alexia. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 15(2), 99-108. Abstract. DOI.
Kay J, Hanley JR, Haslam C (2002). Selective loss and preservation of biographical knowledge: Implications for representation. Neurocase, 8, 169-193.
Kay J, Hanley JR, Miles R (2001). Exploring the relationship between proper name anomia and word retrieval: a single case study. Cortex, 37(4), 501-517. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kay J, Hanley JR (1999). Person-specific knowledge and knowledge of biological categories. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 16(2), 171-180. Abstract. DOI.
Hanley JR, Kay J (1998). Note: Does the graphemic buffer play a role in reading?. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 15(3), 313-318. Abstract. DOI.
Hanley JR, Kay J (1998). Proper name anomia for the names of people: Functionally dissociable impairments?. Cortex, 34(1), 155-158. Abstract.
Hanley JR, Kay J (1997). An Effect of Imageability on the Production of Phonological Errors in Auditory Repetition. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 14(8), 1065-1084. Abstract.
Kay J, Lesser R, Coltheart M (1996). PALPA: the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Aphasiology, 10(2), 202-215. DOI.
Kay J, Lesser R, Coltheart M (1996). Psycholinguistic assessments of language processing in aphasia (PALPA): an introduction. Aphasiology, 10(2), 159-180. DOI.
Hanley JR, Kay J (1996). Reading speed in pure alexia. Neuropsychologia, 34(12), 1165-1174. Abstract. DOI.
Harris DM, Kay J (1995). I recognize your face but I can't remember your name: is it because names are unique?. Br J Psychol, 86 ( Pt 3), 345-358. Abstract.  Author URL.
Harris DM, Kay J (1995). Selective impairment of the retrieval of people's names: a case of category specificity. Cortex, 31(3), 575-582. Abstract.  Author URL.
HANLEY JR, HASTIE K, KAY J (1992). DEVELOPMENTAL SURFACE DYSLEXIA AND DYSGRAPHIA - AN ORTHOGRAPHIC PROCESSING IMPAIRMENT. QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 44(2), 285-319. Author URL. DOI.
HANLEY JR, KAY J (1992). DOES LETTER-BY-LETTER READING INVOLVE THE SPELLING SYSTEM. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, 30(3), 237-&. Author URL. DOI.
KAY J, HANLEY R (1991). SIMULTANEOUS FORM PERCEPTION AND SERIAL LETTER RECOGNITION IN a CASE OF LETTER-BY-LETTER READING. COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY, 8(3-4), 249-273. Author URL. DOI.

Conferences

Haslam C, Kay J, Baron R (2005). Does colour categorization depend on language? Evidence to the contrary from semantic dementia.  Author URL.
Tree JJ, Kay JM, Baron R, Haslam C, Williams C (2004). Language and memory impairments in a case study of semantic dementia.  Author URL.

Publications by year



2009

Haslam C, Kay J, Tree J, Baron R (2009). Dysgraphia in dementia: a systematic investigation of graphemic buffer features in a case series. Neurocase, 15(4), 338-351. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Mycroft RH, Behrmann M, Kay J (2009). Visuoperceptual deficits in letter-by-letter reading?. Neuropsychologia, 47(7), 1733-1744. Abstract. DOI.

2008

Tree JJ, Kay J (2008). Longitudinal assessment of language and memory impairments in pathologically confirmed cortico-basal ganglionic degeneration. Cortex, 44(9), 1234-1247. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Baron R, Hanley JR, Dell G, Kay J (2008). Testing single- and dual-route computational models of auditory repetition with new data from six aphasic patients. Aphasiology, 22(1), 62-76. Abstract. DOI.

2007

Haslam C, Wills AJ, Haslam SA, Kay J, Baron R, McNab F (2007). Does maintenance of colour categories rely on language? Evidence to the contrary from a case of semantic dementia. Brain Lang, 103(3), 251-263. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams WH, Haslam C, Kay J, Pewter S (2007). Neuropsychological and psychiatric profiles in acute encephalitis in adults. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 17, 478-505.

2006

Kay JM, Tree J (2006). Phonological Dyslexia and phonological impairment: an exception to the rule?. Neuropsychologia, 44(14), 2861-2873. DOI.
Kay JM, Hanley JR, Haslam C, Lyons F (2006). Selective preservation of memory for people in the context of semantic memory disorder: Patterns of Association and Dissociation. Neuropsychologia, 44(14), 2887-2898. DOI.

2005

jt001, Kay J, Perfect TJ (2005). 'Deep' Language Disorders in Non-Fluent Progressive Aphasia: An Evaluation of the 'Summation' Account of Semantic Errors Across Language Production Tasks. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 22(6), 643-659. DOI.
Haslam C, Kay J, Baron R (2005). Does colour categorization depend on language? Evidence to the contrary from semantic dementia.  Author URL.

2004

Haslam C, Kay J, Hanley JR, Lyons F (2004). Biographical knowledge: modality-specific or modality-neutral?. Cortex, 40(3), 451-466. Abstract.  Author URL.
Mitchell DC, Kay J, Mycroft R (2004). Comparing a single case to a control sample: Differences in distribution versus differences in means. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 21(7), 756-760. DOI.
Hanley RJ, Dell GA, Kay J, Baron RA (2004). Evidence for the involvement of a nonlexical route in the repetition of familiar words; a comparison of single and dual route models of auditory repetition. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 21(2-4), 147-158. DOI.
Tree JJ, Kay JM, Baron R, Haslam C, Williams C (2004). Language and memory impairments in a case study of semantic dementia.  Author URL.
Ball MJ, Code C, Tree J, Dawe K, Kay J (2004). Phonetic and phonological analysis of progressive speech degeneration: a case study. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 18(6-8), 447-462. Abstract. DOI.
Kay J, Terry R (2004). Ten years on: Lessons learned from published studies that cite the PALPA. Aphasiology, 18(2), 127-151. Abstract. DOI.

2002

Mitchell DC, Kay J, Mycroft R (2002). An evaluation of statistical procedures for comparing an individual's performance with that of a group of controls. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 19(4), 291-299. DOI.
Kay JM, Hanley JR, Lyons F (2002). Anomia for common names and geographical names with preserved retrieval of names of people: a semantic memory disorder. Cortex, 38(1), 23-35.
Hanley, J.R. Edwards, M. (2002). Imageability effects, phonological errors and the relationship between auditory repetition and picture naming: Implications for models of auditory repetition. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 19(3), 193-206.
Kay JM, Hanley JR (2002). Preservation of memory for people in semantic memory disorder: Further category-specific semantic dissociation. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 19(2), 113-133. DOI.
Mycroft R, Hanley JR, Kay J (2002). Preserved access to abstract letter identities despite abolished letter naming in a case of pure alexia. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 15(2), 99-108. Abstract. DOI.
Kay J, Hanley JR, Haslam C (2002). Selective loss and preservation of biographical knowledge: Implications for representation. Neurocase, 8, 169-193.

2001

Kay J, Hanley JR, Miles R (2001). Exploring the relationship between proper name anomia and word retrieval: a single case study. Cortex, 37(4), 501-517. Abstract.  Author URL.

1999

Kay J, Hanley JR (1999). Person-specific knowledge and knowledge of biological categories. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 16(2), 171-180. Abstract. DOI.

1998

Hanley JR, Kay J (1998). Note: Does the graphemic buffer play a role in reading?. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 15(3), 313-318. Abstract. DOI.
Hanley JR, Kay J (1998). Proper name anomia for the names of people: Functionally dissociable impairments?. Cortex, 34(1), 155-158. Abstract.

1997

Hanley JR, Kay J (1997). An Effect of Imageability on the Production of Phonological Errors in Auditory Repetition. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 14(8), 1065-1084. Abstract.

1996

Kay J, Lesser R, Coltheart M (1996). PALPA: the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Aphasiology, 10(2), 202-215. DOI.
Kay J, Lesser R, Coltheart M (1996). Psycholinguistic assessments of language processing in aphasia (PALPA): an introduction. Aphasiology, 10(2), 159-180. DOI.
Hanley JR, Kay J (1996). Reading speed in pure alexia. Neuropsychologia, 34(12), 1165-1174. Abstract. DOI.

1995

Harris DM, Kay J (1995). I recognize your face but I can't remember your name: is it because names are unique?. Br J Psychol, 86 ( Pt 3), 345-358. Abstract.  Author URL.
Harris DM, Kay J (1995). Selective impairment of the retrieval of people's names: a case of category specificity. Cortex, 31(3), 575-582. Abstract.  Author URL.

1992

HANLEY JR, HASTIE K, KAY J (1992). DEVELOPMENTAL SURFACE DYSLEXIA AND DYSGRAPHIA - AN ORTHOGRAPHIC PROCESSING IMPAIRMENT. QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 44(2), 285-319. Author URL. DOI.
HANLEY JR, KAY J (1992). DOES LETTER-BY-LETTER READING INVOLVE THE SPELLING SYSTEM. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, 30(3), 237-&. Author URL. DOI.

1991

KAY J, HANLEY R (1991). SIMULTANEOUS FORM PERCEPTION AND SERIAL LETTER RECOGNITION IN a CASE OF LETTER-BY-LETTER READING. COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY, 8(3-4), 249-273. Author URL. DOI.