Selective impairment of grammatical morphology due to induced stress in normal listeners: implications for aphasia.

Abstract

The traditional clinical picture for English nonfluent aphasics has generally presented the deficit as one of total loss of control over grammatical morphology, with some sparing of word order. This is at odds with recent research involving nonfluent aphasic speakers of highly inflected languages, which has shown that agrammatic performance is characterized… (More)

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