Neuropsycholinguistics - the interaction between linguistics, psycholinguistics, and aphasiology - has, over the past two decades, established itself as a multidisciplinary science worthy of its recent attention in Drs. Nespoulous and Villiard's Morphology, Phonology and Aphasia . In this new volume in the Springer Series in Neuropsychology, the editors have most successfully developed a multidisciplinary team of research through the organization of two symposia - one on "Morphology and Aphasia", the other focused on "Phonology and Aphasia". Toward the goal of better understanding the aphasic patients' verbal behavior, the contributing authors of this important work offer their respective expertise, continuing the recent evolution of developments in the fields of morphology and phonology.
1 Structure of the Lexicon: Functional Architecture and Lexical Representation.- 2 Morphological Representations and Morphological Deficits in Aphasia.- 3 Morphological Reading Errors in a German Case of Deep Dyslexia.- 4 Semic Extraction Behavior in Deep Dyslexia: Morphological Errors.- 5 Free Use of Derivational Morphology in an Italian Jargonaphasic.- 6 A Fluent Morphological Agrammatic in an Inflectional Language?.- 7 Grammatical Gender in Aphasia.- 8 Cross-Linguistic Study of Morphological Errors in Aphasia: Evidence from English, Greek, and Polish.- 9 Cross-Linguistic Study of the Agrammatic Impairment in Verb Inflection: Icelandic, Hindi, and Finnish Cases.- 10 Agrammatism: Evidence for a Unified Theory of Word, Phrase, and Sentence Formation Processes.- 11 Principle of Sonority, Doublet Creation, and the Check off Monitor.- 12 Phonological Paraphasias Versus Slips of the Tongue in German and Italian.- 13 Syllable Structure in Wernicke's Aphasia.- 14 Vowel Epenthesis in Aphasia.- 15 Internal Structure of Two Consonant Clusters.- 16 Agrammatism: A Disruption of the Phonological Processing of Grammatical Morphemes?.
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