The effects of task variation on the production of grammatical morphology in Broca's aphasia: a multiple case study.

@article{Hofstede1994TheEO,
  title={The effects of task variation on the production of grammatical morphology in Broca's aphasia: a multiple case study.},
  author={Ben Hofstede and Herman H. J. Kolk},
  journal={Brain and language},
  year={1994},
  volume={46 2},
  pages={278-328}
}
Generally task variation is not taken into account in discussions about agrammatism in Broca's aphasia. Both free speech and speech under constrained conditions are classified as "agrammatic speech." In this study, we investigated the effects of task variation on the character of agrammatic speech. We employed three types of task situations, an interview and two picture description tasks, to elicit speech from 16 Dutch and 3 German Broca's aphasics. The two picture description tasks differed in… CONTINUE READING

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