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

@article{Mack2016TrackingSC,
  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 Cynthia K. Thompson},
  journal={Journal of Neurolinguistics},
  year={2016},
  volume={40},
  pages={98-111}
}

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