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Understanding discourse-linked processes in agrammatic and fluent aphasia: a threefold study in Russian

Steam-, Spreak- en Taalpathologie. 2013. No. 18. P. 160-163.
Bos L., Dragoy O., Iskra E., Avrutin S., Bastiaanse R.

Agrammatic speakers have problems with grammatical encoding and decoding. However, not all syntactic processing are equally problematic: present- time –reference /who-questions/ reflexives can be processed by narrow syntax alone and are relatively spared compared to past - time –reference / which-questions/ that need additional access to discourse and information structures to link to their referent outside the clause (Avrutin , 2006). Agrammatic aphasic speakers find it more difficult to produce and comprehend verb forms that refer to the past than verb forms that refer to the non-past (Bastiaanse, 2011). The same holds for which-questions compared to who-questions and for pronouns compared to reflexives (Avrutin , 2006).