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YEARS

2005-2007

FUNDING AMOUNT

80190 USD

ABSTRACT

DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): The goal of the proposed studies is to investigate lexical-pragmatic influences on sentence processing in aphasic patients, with the eventual goal of developing a coherent model of sentence comprehension in aphasia that will provide a framework for the assessment and treatment of patients with disordered sentence comprehension. The specific aims are: (1) To advance knowledge of how lexical-pragmatic information (e.g., verb subcategorization and plausibility) constrain sentence processing; and (2) To characterize changes in the function of such information associated with aphasia. These aims will be addressed through studies of syntactic processing in which participants' on-line and off-line comprehension of garden path sentences will be examined under several conditions. This study will address the following hypotheses: (1) Relative to controls, aphasic patients will demonstrate reduced sensitivity to lexicalpragmatic information in measures of on-line sentence comprehension; and (2) Aphasic patients will benefit from lexical-pragmatic information in off-line measures of comprehension. More... »

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http://projectreporter.nih.gov/project_info_description.cfm?aid=7162950

Related SciGraph Publications

  • 2012-10. Lexical and Prosodic Effects on Syntactic Ambiguity Resolution in Aphasia in JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
  • 2010-08. Utilization of Prosodic Information in Syntactic Ambiguity Resolution in JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
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