Глагольный и синтаксический дефицит при афазии: нейролингвистический анализ
Вып. 4. , М. : Издательство института психологии РАН, 2010
, , Aphasiology 2010 P. 28-55
Verb production has been shown to be impaired in individuals with agrammatic Broca’s aphasia. Several theories linked this deficit to problems with the implementation of grammatical information the verb contains. In particular, the number and the type of arguments associated with a verb were suggested as causes of production difficulties in agrammatic speakers. The influence ...
Added: November 11, 2012
An investigation of time reference in production and comprehension in Thai speakers with agrammatic aphasia
, , , Aphasiology 2020
Background It has been demonstrated that reference to the past is difficult for individuals with agrammatic aphasia, leading to the formulation of the PAst DIscourse LInking Hypothesis (PADILIH). Many of the previous studies have focused on Indo-European languages, in which time reference is expressed through verb inflection. The current study examined the PADILIH in Thai, a ...
Added: January 11, 2021
, , et al., Aphasiology 2020
Background: Languages of the world have several ways of expressing time reference. Many languages such as those in the Indo-European group express time reference through tense. Languages such as Chinese and Standard Indonesian express time reference through aspectual adverbs, while Akan does so through grammatical tone. Previous studies have found that time reference is selectively ...
Added: January 11, 2021
Cortical and structural-connectivity damage correlated with impaired syntactic processing in aphasia
, , et al., Human Brain Mapping 2019 Vol. 40 No. 7 P. 2153-2173
Agrammatism in aphasia is not a homogeneous syndrome, but a characterization of a nonuniform set of language behaviors in which grammatical markers and complex syntactic structures are omitted, simplified, or misinterpreted. In a sample of 71 left-hemisphere stroke survivors, syntactic processing was quantifiedwith theNorthwestern Assessment of Verbs and Sentences (NAVS). Classification analyses were used to assess the relation between ...
Added: January 22, 2019
, , et al., , in : Шестая международная конференция по когнитивной науке: Тезисы докладов. Калининград, 23–27 июня 2014 г. Вып. 6.: Калининград : [б.и.], 2014. P. 728-729.
Added: November 19, 2014
A new modified listening span task to enhance validity of working memory assessment for people with and without aphasia
, , Journal of Communication Disorders 2014 No. 52 P. 78-98
Deficits in working memory (WM) are an important subset of cognitive processing deficits associated with aphasia. However, there are serious limitations to research on WM in aphasia largely due to the lack of an established valid measure of WM impairment for this population. The aim of the current study was to address shortcomings of previous ...
Added: November 16, 2013
, , et al., Neuropsychologia 2014 Vol. 57 P. 20-28
Background: Agrammatic speakers have problems with grammatical encoding and decoding. However, not all syntactic processes are equally problematic: present time reference, who questions, and reflexives can be processed by narrow syntax alone and are relatively spared compared to past time reference, which questions, and personal pronouns, respectively. The latter need additional access to discourse and ...
Added: November 18, 2013
Разработка, апробация и стандартизация психолингвистического теста на называние действий и объектов: данные нормы и испытуемых с афазией.
, , et al., В кн. : Когнитивная наука в Москве: новые исследования (16 июня 2015 г.). : М. : Буки Веди, 2015. С. 498-503.
Naming difficulties are one of the most common language deficits in aphasia. The aim of the present study was to develop a psycholinguistic test for object and action naming in aphasia. Data collected during standardization of the subtest for naming objects (116 stimuli) and actions (197 stimuli) demonstrated, that the proposed test is sensitive to ...
Added: July 15, 2015
, , et al., Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 2013 Vol. 94 P. 116-117
The present study employed the visual-world paradigm with eyetracking to discriminate between two versions of the reordered access model - namely, whether meaning frequency and context affect (a) speed of lexical access or (b) the relative weight of simultaneously accessed meanings. The time course of lexical access and meaning integration were studied in 3 groups ...
Added: October 15, 2013
Non-fluency represented in cerebrocerevellar network: an fMRI study of overt action naming in non-fluent aphasia
, , et al., , in : International Symposium on Functional Neuroimaging: Basic Research and Clinical Applications. Abstracts. : MSUPE, 2012. P. 36-38.
Key characteristics of non-fluent (Broca, motor) aphasia are, among others, verb finding difficulties and effortful speech output. These characteristics are related to different levels of speech production (lexical retrieval and motor execution). This study was aimed at identifying normative brain activation related to verb production in healthy individuals, as well as patterns of its reorganization ...
Added: November 18, 2013
A tutorial on aphasia test development in any language: Key substantive and psychometric considerations
, , Aphasiology 2013 No. 27 P. 891-920
Background: There are a limited number of aphasia language tests in the majority of the world’s commonly spoken languages. Furthermore, few aphasia tests in languages other than English have been standardised and normed, and few have supportive psychometric data pertaining to reliability and validity. The lack of standardised assessment tools across many of the world’s languages poses serious challenges ...
Added: June 11, 2013
, , , Вестник Московского университета. Серия 9: Филология 2011 № 3 С. 167-175
The present study shows how the use of linguistic theory and method contributes to understanding the patterns of language loss in individuals with local brain damage. Application of the method of referential communication that allows to analyze speech interaction in the process of real communication resulted in revealing qualitative and quantitative peculiarities of lexical choice ...
Added: November 11, 2012
, , et al., Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie 2015 Vol. 20 No. 1 P. 21-23
In the current study we present interim results of verb use analysis in two aphasic groups based on Russian CliPS (Clinical Pear Stories) data. Russian CliPS is a multimedia corpus of narratives produced by speakers with aphasia and right hemisphere damage, as well as neurologically healthy speakers of Russian. ...
Added: September 21, 2015
, В кн. : Материалы конференции «Теоретическая и прикладная лингвистика: пути развития. К 100-летию со дня рождения В. А. Звегинцева». : М. : Издательство МГУ, 2010. С. 91-92.
В пионерских работах Р.О. Якобсона [Jakobson 1956, 1964] лингвистические знания о строении языка и его функциях впервые были применены при исследовании языковых нарушений, возникающих при поражении головного мозга – афазиях. За прошедшие полвека лингвистика укрепила свои позиции в этой области, обогатив афазиологию терминологическим аппаратом для детального описания языковых расстройств. В настоящей работе показано, что данные языковой ...
Added: November 18, 2013
, , et al., Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 2012 Vol. 61 P. 291-292
Inefficient lexical processing has been found in both fluent and non-fluent aphasia, although different underlying mechanisms were proposed for those two clinical populations (Prather et al., 1997). Individuals with non-fluent aphasia were suggested to have delayed initial lexical activation, while problems of individuals with fluent aphasia concerned inhibition of irrelevant activation. The current study was ...
Added: November 19, 2013
, , , Seminars in Speech and Language 2016 Vol. 37 No. 1 P. 34-47
Previous research has found that verb argument structure characteristics (such as the number of participant roles in the situation described by the verb) can facilitate or hinder aphasic language production and comprehension in constrained laboratory tasks. This research needs to be complemented by studies of narrative or unrestricted speech, which can capture the spontaneous selection ...
Added: February 17, 2016
, , et al., Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 2013 Vol. 94 P. 179-180
Agrammatic speakers have problems with grammatical encoding and decoding. However, not all syntactic processes 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 /personal pronouns/which-questions that need additional access to discourse and information structures to link to their referent outside the clause (Avrutin, 2006). Linguistic processing ...
Added: November 17, 2013
, , et al., Neuropsychologia 2020 Vol. 147 Article 107591
Background Implicit-statistical learning (ISL) research investigates whether domain-general mechanisms are recruited in the linguistic processes that require manipulation of patterned regularities (e.g. syntax). Aphasia is a language disorder caused by focal brain damage in the left fronto-temporal-parietal network. Research shows that people with aphasia (PWA) with frontal lobe lesions manifest convergent deficits in syntax and ISL mechanisms. ...
Added: September 15, 2020
Processing lexical ambiguity in sentential context: Eye-tracking data from brain-damaged and non-brain-damaged individuals
, , et al., Neuropsychologia 2014 No. 64 P. 360-373
The purpose of the present study was to identify general and syndrome-specific deficits in the lexical processing of individuals with non-fluent and fluent aphasia compared to individuals without cognitive, neurological or language impairments. The time course of lexical access, as well as lexical selection and integration was studied using a visual-world paradigm in three groups ...
Added: December 17, 2013
, , Journal of Neurolinguistics 2013 Vol. 26 P. 113-128
Cross-linguistic data suggest that the grammatical categories of tense and aspect are not generally impaired in individuals with aphasia (see Bastiaanse et al., 2011 for a review). Rather, and more specifically, verb forms expressing reference to the past or conveying perfective semantics are more impaired than verb forms expressing reference to the non-past (present or future) or conveying ...
Added: March 21, 2013
, , , , in : Methods of data processing in EEG/MEG/ Applied aspects of magneto- and electroencephalographic neuroimaging. : M. : MSUPE, 2013. P. 50-51.
The study was aimed at examination of processing lexical-semantic information in Russian healthy individuals and aphasic patients grouped using aphasia diagnosis and lesion localization. ...
Added: June 5, 2016