Syntactic and semantic processing in the healthy and aphasic human brain

@article{Dobel2001SyntacticAS,
  title={Syntactic and semantic processing in the healthy and aphasic human brain},
  author={Christian Dobel and Friedemann Pulverm{\"u}ller and Markus H{\"a}rle and Rudolf Cohen and Peter K{\"o}bbel and Paul Walter Sch{\"o}nle and Brigitte Rockstroh},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={140},
  pages={77-85}
}
  • Christian Dobel, Friedemann Pulvermüller, +4 authors Brigitte Rockstroh
  • Published in Experimental Brain Research 2001
  • DOI:10.1007/s002210100794
Abstract. A syntactic and a semantic task were performed by German-speaking healthy subjects and aphasics with lesions in the dominant left hemisphere. In both tasks, pictures of objects were presented that had to be classified by pressing buttons. The classification was into grammatical gender in the syntactic task (masculine or feminine gender?) and into semantic category in the semantic task (man- or nature made?). Behavioral data revealed a significant Group by Task interaction, with… CONTINUE READING

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