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Accessing Different Types of Lexical Semantic Information: Evidence From Priming
The types of semantic information that are automatically retrieved from the mental lexicon on hearing a word were investigated in 3 semantic priming experiments. The authors probed for activation ofExpand
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Similar, and similar concepts
This paper analyzes English symmetrical predicates such as collide and match. Its point of departure is an analysis of the concept 'similar' from Tversky (1977) that appears to show that similarityExpand
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Automatic Access to Lexical Semantics in Aphasia: Evidence from Semantic and Associative Priming
We report the auditory lexical decision performance of four patients, all of whom are clinically diagnosed as Broca's aphasics. In a task that separates associative from semantic priming, all fourExpand
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Automatic Access of Lexical Information in Broca′s Aphasics: Against the Automaticity Hypothesis
A number of recent articles have claimed that the language comprehension impairments of so-called agrammatic patients can be characterized as being due to problems with the automatic access ofExpand
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Reconstructing from a degraded trace: A study of sentence repetition in agrammatism
Six agrammatic aphasics repeated simple active and passive voice sentences, varying in degree of semantic constraint: plausible, reversible, and implausible. Frequency of correct response was notExpand
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Dissociations of lexical function: Semantics, syntax, and morphology
Aphasic patients who exhibit “asyntactic comprehension” show poor performance on a sentence-picture matching task with semantically unconstrained sentences, such as “The cow bit the horse,” but goodExpand
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The processing of simple and complex words in an agrammatic patient: Evidence from priming
We report the case of an aphasic patient. D.E., who on standard tests is classified as agrammatic. We investigate D.E.'s difficulties in comprehending derived suffixed words by using a combination ofExpand
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The Noun-Verb Problem and Chinese Aphasia: Comments on Bates et al. (1991)
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