Deep dysphasia: analysis of a rare form of repetition disorder.

@article{Katz1990DeepDA,
  title={Deep dysphasia: analysis of a rare form of repetition disorder.},
  author={Richard Katz and Harold Goodglass},
  journal={Brain and language},
  year={1990},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={153-85}
}
"Deep dysphasia" is the parallel in repetition to the reading impairment deep dyslexia. Our patient, S.M., showed part of speech, word/nonword, and concreteness effects in repetition, and he made semantic errors, but his oral reading was relatively spared. Further testing indicated that S.M. did not have difficulty perceiving spoken stimuli or deciding their lexical status, but he was deficient at semantically processing spoken words. Moreover, his phonemic memory was severely impaired. We… CONTINUE READING

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