Training and generalized production of wh- and NP-movement structures in agrammatic aphasia

Thompson, Cynthia K.; Shapiro, Lewis P.
April 1997
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Apr1997, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p228
Academic Journal
Examines the production of `complex sentences,' which involve movement of noun phrases, in agrammatic aphasic subjects. Sentence production; Treatment; Neurolinguistics; Influence of training on aspects of narrative discourse; Indication of movement to an argument position as in noun phrase movement is distinct from movement to a non-argument position.


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