Syntax and morphology in Williams syndrome

@article{Clahsen1998SyntaxAM,
  title={Syntax and morphology in Williams syndrome},
  author={H. Clahsen and M. Almazan},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={1998},
  volume={68},
  pages={167-198}
}
Williams syndrome (WS) is a neuro-developmental disorder which is characterized by an unusual fractionation of language abilities and other cognitive functions. We have investigated four cases of English-speaking subjects with WS, and we show that despite their low IQs the WS children's performance on syntactic tasks and on regular inflection is not impaired. Irregular inflection, however, is affected causing many errors. We also report results from studies investigating the same linguistic… Expand
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