Drai and Grodzinsky provide a valuable analysis that offers a way of disentangling the effects of Movement and Mood in agrammatic comprehension. However, their mathematical implementation (Beta model) hides theoretically relevant information, i.e., qualitative heterogeneities of performance within the patient sample. This heterogeneity is crucial in the variability debate

Toraldo, A., & Luzzatti, C. (2006). Which Variability?. BRAIN AND LANGUAGE, 96(2), 154-156 [10.1016/j.bandl.2005.08.013].

Which Variability?

LUZZATTI, CLAUDIO GIUSEPPE
2006

Abstract

Drai and Grodzinsky provide a valuable analysis that offers a way of disentangling the effects of Movement and Mood in agrammatic comprehension. However, their mathematical implementation (Beta model) hides theoretically relevant information, i.e., qualitative heterogeneities of performance within the patient sample. This heterogeneity is crucial in the variability debate
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Broca's aphasia; agrammatism; comprehension disorders; Broca's area; trace-deletion hypothesis
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Toraldo, A., & Luzzatti, C. (2006). Which Variability?. BRAIN AND LANGUAGE, 96(2), 154-156 [10.1016/j.bandl.2005.08.013].
Toraldo, A; Luzzatti, C
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