What can co-speech gestures in aphasia tell us about the relationship between language and gesture?: A single case study of a participant with Conduction Aphasia

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Dipper, L. ; Cocks, N. ; Rowe, M. ; Morgan, G. (2011)
  • Publisher: John Benjamin
  • Subject: P1
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