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Book chapter

Понимание пространственных конструкций здоровыми людьми и пациентами с афазией

С. 216-220.

The goal of the present study is to examine how linguistic (word order) and nonlinguistic (motor stereotype) factors affect interpretation of spatial constructions in a language by healthy adults and patients with aphasia. Interim results indicate that healthy adults rely on direct motor stereotype for processing of spatial constructions, but it does not have a significant effect in our sample of patients, except for the group of patients with sensory aphasia. This group shows slowed-down comprehension of spatial constructions with indirect word order, especially sentences with indirect word order and indirect motor stereotype.