It’s either a cook or a baker: Patients with conduction aphasia get the gist but lose the trace

@article{Baldo2008ItsEA,
  title={It’s either a cook or a baker: Patients with conduction aphasia get the gist but lose the trace},
  author={J. Baldo and Ellen C. Klostermann and N. Dronkers},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={2008},
  volume={105},
  pages={134-140}
}
Patients with conduction aphasia have been characterized as having a short-term memory deficit that leads to relative difficulty on span and repetition tasks. It has also been observed that these same patients often get the gist of what is said to them, even if they are unable to repeat the information verbatim. To study this phenomenon experimentally, patients with conduction aphasia and left hemisphere-injured controls were tested on a repetition recognition task that required them to listen… Expand
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