Introduction: Words and nature, Leonard L. La Pointe.
Chapter 1 Computational cognitive neuropsychology and acquired dyslexia, Max Coltheart, Robyn Langdon and Michael Haller.
Chapter 2 From snarks to boojums: why are prosodic disbilities so rare? Paul F. McCormack.
Chapter 3 Underlying representations in the acquisition of phonology: evidence from 'before and after' speech, Andrew Butcher.
Chapter 4 Insights into language structure and function: some consequences of prelingual hearing loss, Ruth Campbell.
Chapter 5 Individual differences in cognititive function amount normal subjects and their implications for cognitive neuropsychology, Randi C. Martin.
Chapter 6 Symptoms of disorder without impairment: the written and spoken errors of bilinguals, Barbara J. Dodd, Lydia K.H. So and Li Wei.
Chapter 7 The role of subcortical structures in language: clinico-neuroradiological studies of brain-damaged subjects, Bruce E. Murdoch.
Chapter 8 Cognitive neuropsychology and aphasia: a critical analysis, Meredith Kennedy.
Chapter 9 Limitations of models of sentence production: evidence from Cantonese data of normal and aphasic speakers, Edwin M.-L. Yiu and Linda Worrall.