Journal articles  (peer reviewed)

*student co-author

Binney RJ, *Zuckerman B, & Reilly J (2016). A neuropsychological perspective on abstract word representation: From theory to treatment of acquired language disorders. Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports. [download here]

Hung J, Edmonds LM, & Reilly J (2016). Words speak louder than pictures for action concepts: An eyetracking investigation of the picture superiority effect in semantic categorization. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience. [download here]

Reilly J, *Garcia A, & Binney R (2016). Does the sound of a barking dog activate its corresponding visual form? An fmri investigation of modality-specific semantic access. Brain and Language. [download here]

Reilly J, Peelle JE, Garcia A, & Crutch SJ (2016). Linking somatic and symbolic representation in semantic memory: The Dynamic Multilevel Reactivation Framework.  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. [download here]

Reilly J, *Hung J, & Westbury C (2016). Non-arbitrariness in mapping word form to word meaning: Listener sensitivity to formal markers of word concreteness across seven natural languages. Cognitive Science. doi: 10.1111/cogs.12361.  [download here]

Primativo S, Reilly J, & Crutch SJ (2016). Abstract conceptual feature ratings predict gaze within written word arrays: evidence from a visual wor(l)d paradigm. Cognitive Science. doi: 10.1111/cogs.12348. [download here]

Reilly J (2015). How to constrain and maintain a lexicon for the treatment of progressive semantic naming deficits: Item selection principles for formal semantic therapy. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. doi:10.1080/09602011.2014.1003947 [download here]

*Troche J., Crutch SJ, & Reilly J (2014). Hierarchical organization in the topography of English abstract and concrete words. Frontiers in Psychology. [download here]

Benjamin ML, Towler S, *Garcia A, *Park H, Sudhyadhom A, Harnish S, McGregor KM, Reilly J,  Rosenbek JC, Gonzalez -Rothi LJ, Zlatar Z, & Crosson B (2014).  Intention manipulation creates rightward shift in lateral frontal activity for word production in aphasia treatment. Neural Regeneration and Neural Repair. [download here]

Reilly J, Harnish S, Rodriguez A, *Paris A, *Garcia A, Edmonds L, & Crosson B (2014).  Lesion correlates of generative naming of manipulable objects in aphasia: Can a brain be both embodied and disembodied? Cognitive Neuropsychology.  [download here]

Ramey CH, Chrysikou L, & Reilly J (2014).  Snapshots of children’s changing biases during language development: Differential weighting of perceptual and linguistic factors predicts noun age-of-acquisition.  Journal of Cognition and Development.  [download here]

Crutch SJ, *Troche J, Reilly J, & Ridgway G (2013). Abstract conceptual feature ratings: the role of emotion, magnitude and other cognitive domains in the organization of abstract conceptual knowledge. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7:186. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00186.

*Rodriguez A, McCabe M, Nocera J, & Reilly J (2012). Effects of word meaning on standing balance and finger tapping: Further evidence for language-motor interaction.  PLoS One, 7(5), 370-394. [download here]

Reilly J, Westbury C, Kean J, & Peelle JE (2012).  Natural language arbitrary symbolism revisited: when word forms carry meaning.  PLoS One, 7(8): e42286, 1-15. [download here]

*Troche J, Troche M, Berkowitz R, Grossman M, & Reilly J (2012).  Tone discrimination as a window into acoustic perceptual deficits in Parkinson’s Disease.  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 21, 258-265. [download here]

Martin N & Reilly J (2012).  Short-term/working memory impairments in aphasia: Data, models, and their application to rehabilitation.  Aphasiology, 26(3-4), 253-257. [preface download here]

Reilly J, *Troche J, *Paris A, *Park H, Kalinyak-Fliszar M, & Martin N (2012). Lexicality effects in word and nonword recall of semantic dementia and progressive nonfluent aphasia. Aphasiology, 26(4), 404-427. [download here]

Reilly J & *Fisher J (2012). Sherlock Holmes and the strange case of the missing attribution: A historical note on the Grandfather Passage. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 55, 84-88. [download here]

*Park H, Rogalski Y, Rodriguez A, *Benjamin M, *Zlatar Z, Bennett J, Harnish S, Rosenbek JC, Crosson B, & Reilly J (2011).  Discriminating fluent from nonfluent aphasia: Which perceptual features count? Aphasiology, 25(9), 998-1015. [download here]

*Rogalski Y, Peelle JE, & Reilly J (2011). Effects of perceptual enrichment on visual confrontation naming in adult aging. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 54, 1349-160 [download here]

Reilly J & Kean J (2011). Information content and word frequency: Word length matters.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA.  [author reply] doi pnas.1103035108. [download here]

Reilly J, Antonucci S, Peelle JE, & Grossman M (2011).  Anomia as a marker of distinctive semantic impairments in Alzheimer’s Disease and Semantic Dementia. Neuropsychology, 25(4), 413-426. [download here]

Reilly J, *Rodriguez A, Peelle JE, & Grossman M (2011). Frontal lobe damage impairs process and content in semantic memory: Evidence from category specific effects in progressive nonfluent aphasia. Cortex, 47, 645-658.  [download here]

Harnish S, Neils-Strunjas J, Eliassen J, Reilly J, Meinzer M, Clark J, & Joseph J (2010). Visual discrimination predicts naming and semantic association accuracy in Alzheimer’s disease. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, 23(4), 231-239. [download here]

Reilly J, *Rodriguez A, Lamy M, & Neils-Strunjas J (2010). Cognition, language, and clinical pathological course of non-Alzheimer’s dementias: An overview.  Journal of Communication Disorders, 43, 438–452. [download here]

Antonucci S & Reilly J (2008). Semantic memory and language: A primer. Seminars in Speech and Language, 29(1), 1-17. [download here]

Reilly J & Peelle JE (2008). Effects of semantic impairment on language processing in semantic dementia. Seminars in Speech and Language, 29(1), 32-43. [download here]

Reilly J (2008). Semantic memory and language processing in dementia and aphasia: Preface. Seminars in Speech and Language, 29(1), 1-4[download here]

Reilly J, Chrysikou E, & Ramey CH (2007). Support for hybrid models of the age of acquisition of English nouns. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14(7), 1164-1170. [download here]

Reilly J, Troiani V, Grossman M, & Wingfield A (2007). An introduction to hearing loss and screening procedures for behavior research. Behavior Research Methods, 39(3), 667-672. [download here]

Reilly J, *Cross K, Troiani V, & Grossman M (2007). Single word semantic judgments in semantic dementia: Do phonology and grammatical class count? Aphasiology, 21(6), 558-569. [download here]

Reilly J & Kean J (2007). Formal distinctiveness of high- and low-imageability nouns: Analyses and theoretical implications. Cognitive Science, 31, 1-12. [download here]

Reilly J, Martin N, & Grossman M (2005). Verbal learning in semantic dementia: Is repetition priming a useful strategy? Aphasiology, 19(3/4/5), 329-339. [download here]

Reilly J & Donaher J (2005). Verbal working memory skill and strategy use of children who stutter: A preliminary investigation. Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 32, 38-42. [download here] 

Book Chapters & Encyclopedia Entries          

Kean J & Reilly J (2014).  Classical test theory.  In FM Hammond, JF Malec, T Nick, & R Buschbacher (Eds.) Handbook for Clinical Research: Design, Statistics and Implementation.  Springer Publishing. New York, NY. [download here]

Kean J & Reilly J (2014).  Item response theory.  In FM Hammond, JF Malec, T Nick, & R Buschbacher (Eds.) Handbook for Clinical Research: Design, Statistics and Implementation.  Springer Publishing. New York, NY. [download here]

Reilly J (forthcoming 2015). Language disorders.  In H Miller (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Theory in Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage Press. [download draft here]

*Garcia A & Reilly J (2014). Linguistic impairment in Alzheimer’s Disease and associated dementias.  In Bahr. R (Ed), Handbook of Communication Disorders. Routledge Press. London, UK. [download here]

Reilly J & Martin N (forthcoming 2014). Transcortical sensory aphasia and semantic processing. In LJ Gonzalez- Rothi & AM Raymer (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Aphasia and Language Disorders. Oxford, UK. Oxford University Press. [download here]

Reilly J & *Hung J (2013). Communication in the dementias. In L. Cummings (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Communication Disorders.  Cambridge, UK.  Cambridge University Press. [download here]

Reilly J, *Troche J, & Grossman M. (2011). Language processing in dementia (pp 336-368). In A. Budson and N. Kowell (Eds.), The Handbook of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, Inc. [download here]

Lamy M, Reilly J, & Neils-Strunjas J (2011).  The Dementias: An overview of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. In M. Kimbarow (Ed.), Cognitive Communication Disorders (pp 169-218). San Diego, CA: Plural Publishing. [download here]

Edited books

 Martin N & Reilly J (Eds). (2012). Short term and working memory impairments in aphasia.  London:  Routledge/Psychology Press.  ISBN-10: 184872764X.