Semantic fluency in aphasia: clustering and switching in the course of 1 minute.

@article{Bose2017SemanticFI,
  title={Semantic fluency in aphasia: clustering and switching in the course of 1 minute.},
  author={Arpita Bose and Rosalind Wood and Swathi Kiran},
  journal={International journal of language & communication disorders},
  year={2017},
  volume={52 3},
  pages={334-345}
}
BACKGROUND Verbal fluency tasks are included in a broad range of aphasia assessments. It is well documented that people with aphasia (PWA) produce fewer items in these tasks. Successful performance on verbal fluency relies on the integrity of both linguistic and executive control abilities. It remains unclear if limited output in aphasia is solely due to their lexical retrieval difficulties or has a basis in their executive control abilities. Analysis techniques, such as temporal… CONTINUE READING
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