Inflectional marking in Hungarian aphasics.

@article{MacWhinney1991InflectionalMI,
  title={Inflectional marking in Hungarian aphasics.},
  author={Brian MacWhinney and J Osm{\'a}n-S{\'a}gi},
  journal={Brain and language},
  year={1991},
  volume={41 2},
  pages={
          165-83
        }
}
How do aphasics deal with the rich inflectional marking available in agglutinative languages like Hungarian? For the Hungarian noun alone, aphasics have to deal with over 15 basic case markings and dozens of possible combinations of these basic markings. Using the picture description task of MacWhinney and Bates (1978), this study examined the use of inflectional markings in nine Broca's and five Wernicke's aphasic speakers of Hungarian. The analysis focused on subject, direct object, indirect… CONTINUE READING

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