Tracking sentence comprehension: Test-retest reliability in people with aphasia and unimpaired adults

  title={Tracking sentence comprehension: Test-retest reliability in people with aphasia and unimpaired adults},
  author={Jennifer E. Mack and Andrew Zu-Sern Wei and Stephanie Gutierrez and C. Thompson},
  journal={Journal of Neurolinguistics},
PURPOSE Visual-world eyetracking is increasingly used to investigate online language processing in normal and language impaired listeners. Tracking changes in eye movements over time also may be useful for indexing language recovery in those with language impairments. Therefore, it is critical to determine the test-retest reliability of results obtained using this method. METHODS Unimpaired young adults and people with aphasia took part in two eyetracking sessions spaced about one week apart… Expand
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