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In our earlier article, we proposed that recent episodic experiences in patients with semantic dementia support the production of nongeneralisable, autobiographically constrained, "semantic-like" facts (Graham, Lambon Ralph, & Hodges, 1997) . We argued that this type of "semantic-like" knowledge was distinguishable from true semantic information because our two patients with semantic dementia showed no facilitatory effect of recent autobiographical experiences on their knowledge of golf anddoi:10.1080/026432999380708 fatcat:amlhma4ruzaq7kebu3g7s2ypja