Auditory semantic, syntactic, and retention errors made by aphasic subjects on the Token Test.

@article{Noll1978AuditorySS,
  title={Auditory semantic, syntactic, and retention errors made by aphasic subjects on the Token Test.},
  author={Joachim Noll and S. Randi Randolph},
  journal={Journal of communication disorders},
  year={1978},
  volume={11 6},
  pages={543-53}
}
The Token Test was administered to 25 mild aphasic and 25 matched normal subjects for the purpose of determining the linguistic nature of the auditory verbal comprehension error responses. As was expected, the aphasic subjects obtained significantly poorer scores on the Token Test than did the normal subjects, with minimal overlap between the two groups. In Parts I-IV, the errors were exclusively semantic, and reflected only the amount of required verbal memory. In Part V, the syntactic… CONTINUE READING

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