THE SELECTIVE IMPAIRMENT OF THE PHONOLOGICAL OUTPUT BUFFER

@article{Shallice2000THESI,
  title={THE SELECTIVE IMPAIRMENT OF THE PHONOLOGICAL OUTPUT BUFFER},
  author={T. Shallice and R. Rumiati and A. Zadini},
  journal={Cognitive Neuropsychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={17},
  pages={517 - 546}
}
A single case study is presented of a patient, LT, with a reproduction conduction aphasic pattern of performance on word reproduction tasks; thus he made substitutions, insertions, deletions, and transpositions in reading, writing, and repetition of words and nonwords, as well as in sentence production, and in spoken and written picture and action naming. Further analyses revealed that there was no effect of semantic or syntactic structure on performance, and that reading was slightly better… Expand
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