Representative Publications


(Selected from a total of 9 published and 2 in preparation)

Hecaen, H and Albert, M.L.: Human Neuropsychology. J. Wiley and Sons, New York, 1978.

Albert, M.L. and Obler, L.K.: The Bilingual Brain. Neuropsychological and Neurolinguistic Aspects of Bilingualism. Academic Press, New York, 1978.

Albert, M.L., Goodglass, H., Helm, N., Rubens, A. and Alexander, M.: Clinical Aspects of Dysphasia. Springer-Verlag, Vienna, 1981.

Albert, M.L. and Knoefel, J. (eds.): Clinical Neurology of Aging. Third Edition, Oxford University Press, New York, 2010

Helm-Estabrooks N, Albert ML, Nicholas M: Manual of aphasia and aphasia therapy. Third Edition. Pro-Ed, Austin, TX, (In preparation, scheduled publication date 2012)

Albert ML, Pyun S-B, Cahana-Amitay D. Recovery from aphasia. Oxford University Press, New York. (In preparation, Scheduled publication date 2012)


(Selected from a total of 187)

Albert, M.L.: Auditory sequencing and left cerebral dominance for language. Neuropsychologia, 10:245-248, 1972

Albert, M.L.: A simple test of visual neglect. Neurology, 23:658-664, 1973.

Albert, M.L., Yamadori, A., Gardner, H. and Howes, D.: Comprehension in alexia. Brain, 96:317-328, 1973

Albert, M.L., Sparks, R. and Helm, N.: Melodic intonation therapy for aphasia. Arch. Neurol., 29:130-131, 1973

Albert, M.L., Feldman, R.G., and Willis, A.L.: The subcortical dementia of progressive supranuclear palsy. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat., 37:121-130, 1974.

Albert, M.L and Bear, D.: Time to understand. A case study of word deafness with reference to the role of time in auditory comprehension. Brain, 97:383-394, 1974

Tzortzis, C. and Albert, M.L.: Impairment of memory for sequences in conduction aphasia. Neuropsychologia, 12:355-366, 1974

Albert, M.L.: Cerebral dominance and reading habits.Nature, 256:403-404, 1975

Albert, M.L.: Short term memory and aphasia. Brain and Language, 3:28-33, 1976

Obler, L.K. and Albert, M.L.: Influence of aging on recovery from aphasia in polyglots. Brain and Language, 4:460-463, 1977.

Albert, M.L., Soffer, D., Silverberg, R. and Reches, A.: The anatomic basis of visual agnosia. Neurology, 29:876-879, 1979.

Albert, M.L.: Changes in language with aging. Seminars in Neurology. 1:43-46, 1981.

Sandson, J. and Albert, M.L.: Varieties of Perseveration, Neuropsychologia, 22:715-732, 1984.

Obler, L.K., Nicholas, M., Albert, M.L., Woodward, S.: On comprehension across the adult lifespan. Cortex, 21:273-280, 1985

Nicholas, M., Obler, L.K., Albert, M.L. and Goodglass, H.: Lexical retrieval in healthy aging. Cortex, 21:595-606, 1985

Albert, M.L. and Sandson, J.: Perseveration in aphasia. Cortex, 22:103-115, 1986

Helm-Estabrooks, N., Emery, P. and Albert, M.L.: TAP: A new approach to aphasia therapy. Arch Neurol, 44:1253-1255, 1987

Sandson, J. and Albert, M.L.: Perseveration in behavioral neurology. Neurology, 37:1736-1741, 1987

Albert, M.L. and Helm-Estabrooks, N.: The diagnosis and treatment of aphasia. Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA), 259:1043-1047 (Part I), 1205-1210 (Part II), 1988

Albert, M.L., Bachman, D., Morgan, A. and Helm-Estabrooks, N.: Pharmacotherapy for aphasia. Neurology, 38:877-879, 1988

Albert, M.L. and Mildworf, B.: The concept of dementia. Jour Neurolinguistics, 4:301-308, 1989

Au, R., Albert, M.L. and Obler, L.K.: Language in normal aging: Linguistic and neuropsychological factors. Jour Neurolinguistics, 4:347-364, 1989

Albert, M.L.: The role of perseveration in language disorders. Jour Neurolinguistics, 4:471-478, 1990

Glosser, G., Wolfe, N., Albert, M.L., Lavine, L., Steele, J., Caine, D. and Schoenberg, B.: Cross-cultural cognitive examination: Validation of a dementia screening instrument for neuroepidemiological research. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 41:931-939, 1993

Glosser, G., Wolfe, N., Kliner-Krenzel, L. and Albert, M.L.: Cross-cultural cognitive examination: Performance in patients with Parkinsons disease and Alzheimers disease. Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 182:432-436, 1994

Au, R., Joung, P., Nicholas, M., Obler, L.K., Kass, R. and Albert, M.L.: Naming ability across the adult life span. Aging and Cognition, 2:300-311, 1995

Tanaka, Y., Miyazaki, M. and Albert, M.L.: Effects of increased cholinergic activity on naming in aphasia. The Lancet, 350:116-117, 1997

Albert, M.L.: Treatment of Aphasia. Archives of Neurology, 55:1417-1419, 1998

Albert, M.L., Connor, L.T. and Obler, L.K.: Brain, language and environment. Brain and Language, 71:4-6, 2000

Dubois B, Albert ML: Amnestic MCI or prodromal Alzheimer's Disease? Lancet Neurology, 3:246-248, 2004

Klein R, Albert ML: Can drug therapies improve language functions of individuals with aphasia? Seminars in Speech and Language, 25:193 - 204, 2004

Holt A, Albert ML. Cognitive neuroscience of delusions in aging. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment. 2 (2), 181-189, May 2006

Klein R, McNamara P, Albert ML. Neuropharmacological approaches to cognitive rehabilitation: Behavioural Neurology, 17, 1-3, May 2006

Goral M, Spiro A, Albert ML, Obler LK, Connor LT. Change in Lexical Retrieval Skills in Adulthood. The Mental Lexicon, 2(2), 215-240, 2007

Tanaka Y, Albert ML, Fujita K, Nonaka C, Oka T. Beta blocker improves language output in aphasia. Neurological Medicine (Japan), 67, 277-281, 2007

Pekkala S, Albert ML, Spiro A, Erkinjuntti T. Perseveration in Alzheimer's Disease. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 25(2), 109-114, 2008

Albert, M.L., Spiro A 3rd, Sayers K.J., Cohen J.A., Brady C.B., Goral M., Obler L.K., Effects of health status on word finding in aging. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2009 Dec;57(12):2300-5

Obler LK, Rykhlevskaia E, Clark-Cotton MR, Schnyer D, Hyun J_M, Kim D-S, Spiro A, Goral M, Albert ML. Bilateral brain regions associated with naming in older adults. Brain and Language, 113:113-123, 2010

Albert ML, Berger J. Delusions and the cognitive neuroscience of false beliefs. Cognitive Neuroscience of Delusions. Japanese Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 11:268-281, 2010

Goral, M., Clark-Cotton, M., Spiro, A., Obler, L.K., Verkuilen J, & Albert, M.L. The Contribution of Set Switching and Working Memory to Sentence Processing in Older Adults (In press, Experimental Aging Research)

Cahana-Amitay, D, Albert, ML, Pyun, S-B, et al. Language as a stressor in aphasia. Aphasiology (in press)


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