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This article investigates the off-line comprehension performances and strategies of 10 Broca's aphasics with agrammatism, in two sentence-picture matching tasks. The main issues concern the existence of a comprehension disorder common to all agrammatics and more or less parallel to their production impairment, the role of morphological and semantic cues on patients' syntactic processing and the adaptivity of their sentence analysis strategies to experimental conditions. © 1990.




Deloche, G., Hannequin, D., Nespoulous, J. L., & Kremin, H. (1989). Written sentence comprehension and agrammatism: Diversity of deficits and strategies. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 4(2), 213–231. https://doi.org/10.1016/0911-6044(89)90014-6

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