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Barlow 1877
lost, regained, lost
revived the connectionist model of languge for explenation of asphasia
geschwind, 1967
buckingham and kertesz 1976
suggested the sentences with neologisms in were still coordinated and sytactically correct
said the WA is syntax without lexicon and BA is lexicon without syntax and anomia is problem retreiving right word
marin et al 1978
butterworth 1979
found that majority of neologisms replaced nouns, verbs and adjectives
found conduction asphasia
damasio and damasion 1980
morten and patterson 1980
suggested a model of language production only
suggested a model of language production and understanding which schwartz et al 1987 bases their explenation on
garret 1981
Leinebarger et al 1983
showed that BA patients could decide on above chance level if a sentence is correct even if they couldnt tell the meaning of a sentence if its structure denoted it, therefore suggests not a loss of rep but a prob in processin
Funnel 1984
a language production and auditory understanding model
dronkers 1996
not neccesarily damage to the WA or BA but to insular cortex and surrounding cortex and white matter
Showed the RH was more active in BA during a word generation task - therefore maybe it takes over
Buckner et al 1996
showed the RH activity didnt correlate with performance and some residual in the left therefore replace by the right may just be one of several mechanisms
rosen et al 2000
when give wa a sem or asso prime they are faster at deciding a real word is a real word - therefore on an implicit test of understanding can - therefore not lost knowledge just probs in accessing or processing it
ellis et al 1983
1. wa no prob in fund or affixes therefore not prob in syn 2. can match spell and read therefore not prob in knowledge 3. carry on tryin wen get right, fink right, longer pause and dif retreival for same word therefore prob in retrival 4. when match for freq no longer prob in content words but infreq 5. 3 types of wa - neo, verb para and msg lvl
schwartz et al 1987
1. neoling is where use knowledge of prod and comp of lang to understand pathological probs in lang 2. pause effot phonemic disintergration and tele can be explained by loss of motor mem for artic 3. but not explain tele, agrammatism and y common func words are worse off 3. wa is prob in prod and comp, phonemes still english and major lexical content mst at risk 4. points to prob at sentence not word lvl

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