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This quantity descibes, in up to date terminology and authoritative interpretation, the sector of neurolinguistics, the technology serious about the neural mechanisms underlying the comprehension, construction and summary wisdom of spoken, signed or written language. An edited anthology of a hundred sixty five articles from the award-winning Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics second variation, Encyclopedia of Neuroscience 4th variation and Encyclopedia of the Neorological Sciences and Neurological Disorders, it offers the main entire one-volume reference resolution for scientists operating with language and the mind ever released.
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This pattern has since been observed very frequently in Broca’s aphasics, such that it is now considered ‘core’ (though there is controversy regarding just how uniform this is). One of the first attempts to characterize this core agrammatic pattern was the Trace-Deletion Hypothesis. the TDH indicates how NPs that lack a thematic role are assigned a role. , first NP ¼Agent) if it does not already have a Y-role (Grodzinsky, 1995). To see how this works, consider the following passive sentence: 1.
Agrammatic data form one piece of the neurolinguistic enterprise and are most useful only in conjunction with other data (from neuroimaging, from behavioral studies, and so forth). The phenomena that constitute the focus of inquiry here are specific attempts to characterize the patterns of sparing and loss in Broca’s aphasia in terms of linguistic theory. Although it may seem self-evident that any understanding of language sparing and language loss can only be as good as our theory of language, the fact is that the majority of researchers who have investigated agrammatism have ignored linguistic theory or have simply been unaware of its existence.
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