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Title: Can the resource reduction hypothesis explain sentence processing in aphasia? A visual world study in German
Authors: Pregla, Dorothea
Vasishth, Shravan
Lissón Hernández, Paula José 
Stadie, Nicole
Burchert, Frank
UNESCO Clasification: 5701 Lingüística aplicada
Keywords: Aphasia
Relative clauses
Resource reduction
Sentence comprehension
Subject- and object-control structures, et al
Issue Date: 2022
Journal: Brain and Language 
Abstract: Resource limitation has often been invoked as a key driver of sentence comprehension difficulty, in both theories of language-unimpaired and language-impaired populations. In the field of aphasia, one such influential theory is Caplan's resource reduction hypothesis (RRH). In this large investigation of online processing in aphasia in German, we evaluated three key predictions of the RRH in 21 individuals with aphasia and 22 control pparticipants. Measures of online processing were obtained by combining a sentence-picture matching task with the visual world paradigm. Four sentence types were used to investigate the generality of the findings, and two test phases were used to investigate RRH's predictions regarding variability in aphasia. The processing patterns were consistent with two of the three predictions of the RRH. Overall, our investigation shows that the RRH can account for important aspects of sentence processing in aphasia.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/129011
ISSN: 0093-934X
DOI: 10.1016/j.bandl.2022.105204
Source: Brain and Language [0093-934X], vol. 235, December 2022, 105204
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