Two Routes to Repetition : Evidence from a Case of ' Deep

@inproceedings{utterworth2005TwoRT,
  title={Two Routes to Repetition : Evidence from a Case of ' Deep},
  author={Brian utter-worth and Elizabeth K. Warrington},
  year={2005}
}
The immediate repetition performance of a jargon aphasia case was studied over a period of 2 years. The patient, MEG, performed poorly when repeating single words, and made semantic errors in the attempt. This pattern has been called 'deep dysphasia'. The effects of her speech production problems on the reproduction of both single words and phrases were studied. Her ability to repeat phrases was far better than could be expected from her single word repetition. This, together with her semantic… CONTINUE READING

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