Published in Neurological Diseases and Disorders Weekly, November 9th, 1998
D. Kempler et al. at the University of Southern California conducted two comparison studies of sentence comprehension among Alzheimer's patients ("Sentence Comprehension Deficits in Alzheimer's Disease: A Comparison of Off-Line vs. On-Line Sentence Processing," Brain and Language, October 1, 1998;64(3):297-316).
"Two studies explored whether sentence comprehension impairments in Alzheimer's disease (AD) are due to deficits in syntactic processing or memory," the authors explained.
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