Linguistic theory and morphosyntactic impairments in German and Italian aphasics

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DE BLESER, Ria, Josef BAYER, Claudio LUZZATTI, 1996. Linguistic theory and morphosyntactic impairments in German and Italian aphasics. In: Journal of Neurolinguistics. 9(3), pp. 175-185. ISSN 0911-6044. eISSN 1873-8052

@article{De Bleser1996Lingu-30173, title={Linguistic theory and morphosyntactic impairments in German and Italian aphasics}, year={1996}, doi={10.1016/0911-6044(96)00007-3}, number={3}, 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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