Tense and agreement in German agrammatism

@article{Wenzlaff2004TenseAA,
  title={Tense and agreement in German agrammatism},
  author={Michaela Wenzlaff and H. Clahsen},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={2004},
  volume={89},
  pages={57-68}
}
This study presents results from sentence-completion and grammaticality-judgment tasks with 7 German-speaking agrammatic aphasics and 7 age-matched control subjects examining tense and subject-verb agreement marking. For both experimental tasks, we found that the aphasics achieved high correctness scores for agreement, while tense marking was severely impaired. To account for the observed tense-agreement dissociation, we suggest that the functional category T(ense)/INFL(ection) is tense… Expand
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