Dissociations in auditory word comprehension; evidence from nine fluent aphasic patients

@inproceedings{Franklin1989DissociationsIA,
  title={Dissociations in auditory word comprehension; evidence from nine fluent aphasic patients},
  author={Sue Franklin},
  year={1989}
}
  • Sue Franklin
  • Published 1989
  • Psychology
  • Abstract Traditional aphasia classifications do not allow for a detailed description of auditory comprehension impairments. A cognitive neuropsychological model of lexical processing allows us to distinguish at least 5 different levels of impairment in single word auditory comprehension. It also specifies a more complex relationship between impairments in repetition and auditory comprehension. Nine fluent aphasic patients, with auditory comprehension disorders, were assessed using tests of… CONTINUE READING

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