On the proper generalization for broca's aphasia comprehension pattern: Why argument movement may not be at the source of the broca's deficit

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (1):48-49 (2000)
Abstract
The comprehension problem in Broca's patients does not stem from an inability to represent argument traces. There can be good comprehension in the presence of (object) traces and impaired comprehension can result in constructions where there are no (object) argument traces. This leads to an alternative understanding of Broca's comprehension, one that places the locus of the impairment in an inability to construct syntactic representation on time.
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