Syntactic impairment is the bottleneck to communication in nonfluent aphasia
SourceAphasiology, 15, (2001), pp. 381-385
Article / Letter to editor
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SW OZ DCC CO
Detailed assumptions about syntactic processing are essential to explain the syndrome of Broca's aphasia, both in terms of test performance and communicative behavior. However, for an adequate account it is also necessary to stipulate how syntactic processing interacts with lexical and pragmatic processing. Our approach to Broca's aphasia is an example of such a integrative acount
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