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How to get by with half a loop – An investigation of visual and auditory codes in a case of impaired phonological short-term memory (pSTM) / Jeremy Tree; David Playfoot

Cortex

Swansea University Authors: Jeremy, Tree, David, Playfoot

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Abstract

This paper describes a case of conduction aphasia (patient CT), who presented with profound nonword repetition difficulties without any basic auditory processing deficits. We report analyses of CT's performance on a number of short term memory tasks which, taken together, can be best accommodat...

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Published in: Cortex
ISSN: 00109452
Published: 2019
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa43587
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Abstract: This paper describes a case of conduction aphasia (patient CT), who presented with profound nonword repetition difficulties without any basic auditory processing deficits. We report analyses of CT's performance on a number of short term memory tasks which, taken together, can be best accommodated by models of phonological short term memory that include both input and output buffers.
Keywords: Conduction aphasia, short-term memory, immediate serial recall