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... Determiner production is a testing ground for theories of Broca's aphasia and agrammatic speech ... Treating agrammatic aphasia within a linguistic framework ... ... . On one type of theory, determiner production is impaired in so far as determiners are grammatical ... Agrammatic aphasia is a language deficit following damage to the left cerebral hemisphere, usually in Broca's area and its vicinity (Zurif, 1995). The standard view concerning agrammatic speech production is that the deficit is very broad. Many researchers in the field claim that syntactic ability is completely lost in Download Cita ... Agrammatic aphasia as a timing deficit (1993) | www.narcis.nl ... . Many researchers in the field claim that syntactic ability is completely lost in Download Citation | Selective tense deficit in Hungarian agrammatic aphasia | The selective deficit of tense processing has recently become one of the phenomena most often examined by aphasiologists. Agrammatic Chinese, English and Turkish speakers were tested with the Test for Assessing Reference of Time (TART: Bastiaanse, Jonkers, & Thompson, unpublished). Results showed that both the English and Turkish agrammatic speakers performed as hypothesized, showing a selective deficit for production of inflected forms referring to the past, despite the typological difference between the languages. A total of 16 agrammatic aphasics (13 Hebrew speakers, 2 Palestinia ..." Abstract - Cited by 25 (8 self) - Add to MetaCart This study investigated question production in agrammatic aphasia, focusing on the comparison between Wh questions and yes/no questions and on the interaction between the question production deficit and language-specific properties. Three predictions were tested: (1) patients with agrammatic aphasia are selectively impaired in use of grammatical morphology associated with reference to the past, whereas, inflected forms which refer to the present and future are relatively spared: (2) this impairment is language-independent: and (3) this impairment will occur in both production and comprehension....