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Chapter Ste Neurology of Language
The Linguistic Analysis of Aphasia
Evidence from Aphasia
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ability affect anatomical aphasia apraxia apraxia of speech argue articulatory aspects of language associated auditory auditory system brain lesions Broca's Area central language system central nervous system cerebral Chapter Chomsky cognitive competence and performance component considered correlates cortex deficit derived nominal discussed disrupted distinction dysarthria errors evidence example fact function grammar graphemic gyrus hemisphere Heschl's gyrus human brain impaired intact interesting John LBVAH Lenneberg lexical items lexical representation lexicon linguistic hypotheses linguistic model linguistic performance linguistic theory modalities motor motor cortex nervous system neural neurological neurology of language normal noted notion nouns occipital lobes operculum P-rep patient peripheral language phonetic phonological phonological representation phrases present problem pronoun psychological question referential index responses semantic and syntactic semantic features sentence specific speech musculature speech production stimulus word subcortical syntactic category thalamus theoretical transformational rules utterance verb verbal visual Weigl and Bierwisch Wernicke's area