Intact grammars but intermittent access

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (1):31-32 (2000)
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Grodzinsky examines Broca's aphasia in terms of some specific grammatical deficits. However, his grammatical models offer no way to characterize the distinctions he observes. Rather than grammatical deficits, his patients seem to have intact grammars but defective modules of parsing and production.



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