Understanding and repeating words: evidence from aphasia

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Franklin, Susan Elizabeth;
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The goal of this thesis is to identify the underlying impairments in aphasic disorders of auditory comprehension and repetition. The findings are interpreted within a cognitive neuropsychological framework. Models of normal language processing are discussed in the light... View more
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