The retrieval and inflection of verbs in the spontaneous speech of fluent aphasic speakers

@article{Bastiaanse2011TheRA,
  title={The retrieval and inflection of verbs in the spontaneous speech of fluent aphasic speakers},
  author={Roelien Bastiaanse},
  journal={Journal of Neurolinguistics},
  year={2011},
  volume={24},
  pages={163-172}
}
Fluent aphasia of the anomic and Wernicke's type is characterized by word retrieval difficulties. However, in fluent aphasic speech, grammatical deviations have been observed as well. There is debate as to whether these grammatical problems are caused by the word retrieval deficit, by an additional grammatical deficit, or by an integration deficit. Verbs are an interesting word class in this respect, because they are among the words that are hardest to retrieve for many fluent aphasic speakers… CONTINUE READING

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