Linguistic theory and morphosyntactic impairments in German and Italian aphasics

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Luzzatti, Claudio
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Journal of Neurolinguistics. 1996, 9(3), pp. 175-185. ISSN 0911-6044. eISSN 1873-8052. Available under: doi: 10.1016/0911-6044(96)00007-3
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At the turn of the century, the study of agrammatism started in German aphasiology with the introduction of syntax as an object of research in linguistics and the psychology of language. The disorder descriptively known as agrammatism was originally thought to arise from multiple origins, at the level of syntactic word order, of function word insertion, of grammaticalization by means of morphology, or as an impairment of processing. In modern aphasiology, there have been several attempts to reduce agrammatism to a single cause, such as the loss of specific syntactic operations or a deficit in morpholexical access. This article summarizes the results of morpholexical and morphosyntactic experiments with two German and two Italian agrammatic patients. The cross-language data reveal far more inflectional abilities than is usually assumed for agrammatism. Furthermore, they strongly support characterizations of the disorder as a syntactic rather than a morpholexical deficit.

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ISO 690DE BLESER, Ria, Josef BAYER, Claudio LUZZATTI, 1996. Linguistic theory and morphosyntactic impairments in German and Italian aphasics. In: Journal of Neurolinguistics. 1996, 9(3), pp. 175-185. ISSN 0911-6044. eISSN 1873-8052. Available under: doi: 10.1016/0911-6044(96)00007-3
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  title={Linguistic theory and morphosyntactic impairments in German and Italian aphasics},
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  volume={9},
  issn={0911-6044},
  journal={Journal of Neurolinguistics},
  pages={175--185},
  author={De Bleser, Ria and Bayer, Josef and Luzzatti, Claudio}
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