Picture-naming in aphasia

@article{Kohn1985PicturenamingIA,
  title={Picture-naming in aphasia},
  author={Susan E. Kohn and Harold Goodglass},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={1985},
  volume={24},
  pages={266-283}
}
The distribution of picture-naming errors for Broca's aphasics (n = 9), Wernicke's aphasics (n = 9), conduction aphasics (n = 9), frontal anomics (n = 7), and posterior anomics (n = 9) was examined to determine the diagnostic power of error types in picture-naming. Negated responses were associated with Broca's aphasia, whole-part errors ("hose" for nozzle) were associated with frontal anomia, and poor phonemic cuing was associated with Wernicke's aphasia. In addition, the relative distribution… Expand
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