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What do pause patterns in non- fluent aphasia tell us about monitoring speech ? A study of morph-syntactic complexity, accuracy and fluency in agrammatic sentence and connected discourse production

Abstract : In this study, we carefully look at temporal aspects of agrammatic speech production in order to understand how far does speech (non)fluency and dysfluency show a relation to the morpho-syntactic properties of sentence and connected discourse across various tasks.
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Halima Sahraoui, Julie Mauclair, Lorraine Baqué, Jean-Luc Nespoulous. What do pause patterns in non- fluent aphasia tell us about monitoring speech ? A study of morph-syntactic complexity, accuracy and fluency in agrammatic sentence and connected discourse production. 53rd Annual Meeting of Academy of Aphasia (2015), Oct 2015, Tucson, United States. pp.60-61. ⟨hal-01739988⟩

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