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Although patients with semantic deficits can sometimes show good performance on tests of object decision, we present evidence that this pattern applies when nonsense-objects do not respect the regularities of the domain. In a newly designed test of object-decision, 20 patients with semantic dementia viewed line drawings of a real and chimeric animal side-by-side, and were asked to decide which was real. The real animal was either more typical (real 4 nonreal) or less typical (nonreal 4 real)doi:10.1080/769813550 fatcat:jh65sjonxbhifidsciykowlera