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ERIC Number: EJ205639
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1979-Mar
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Two Unargued Linguistic Assumptions in Kean's "Phonological" Interpretation of Agrammatism.
Klosek, John
Cognition, v7 n1 p61-68 Mar 1979
Two claims essential to Kean's interpretation (EJ 165 107) that Broca's aphasia results in a phonological disorder rather than a syntactic or morphological disorder are disputed. The claim that the plural morpheme is derivational, and the postulation of the notion of the phonological word are shown to have no linguistic motivation. (Author/RD)
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Language: English
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