Sandra Hanne

Sandra Hanne
Universität Potsdam · Exzellenzbereich Kognitionswissenschaften

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Exploring generalisation following treatment of language deficits in aphasia can provide insights into the functional relation of the cognitive processing systems involved. In the present study, we first review treatment outcomes of interventions targeting sentence processing deficits and, second report a treatment study examining the occurrence of...
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Background: Individuals with aphasia (IWA) show deficits in comprehending object-extracted declaratives while comprehension of subject-extracted structures is relatively preserved. It is a matter of debate whether this subject–object asymmetry also arises for comprehension of wh-questions. Successful comprehension of wh-questions critically entails...
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The German case marking system contains case syncretisms,which, along with a relatively free word order, can lead to sen-tences with local ambiguities, for instance, SVO and OVS sen-tences with string-identical noun phrases (NPs) in sentence-initial position. Prosodic marking constitutes one possibilityfor ambiguity resolution. Perception studies s...
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The German case marking system contains case syncretisms,which, along with a relatively free word order, can lead to sen-tences with local ambiguities, for instance, SVO and OVS sen-tences with string-identical noun phrases (NPs) in sentence-initial position. Prosodic marking constitutes one possibilityfor ambiguity resolution. Perception studies s...
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In unserer Studie untersuchen wir die rezeptiven Fähigkeiten zur Identifikation prosodisch markierter Grenzen von P-RHL und P-LHL bei unterschiedlicher Kombination und Ausprägung der drei prosodischen Cues Pausendauer, f0-Variation und finale Längung.
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People with right hemisphere brain lesions (PRHL) are often faced with impairments in their communicative abilities, which can impact their participation. These impairments may be related to diminished executive functions and/or reduced attentional or socio-cognitive capacities. PRHL can also be a!ected by deficits in processing of linguistic proso...
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Prosodic boundaries can be used to disambiguate the syntactic structure of coordinated name sequences ('coordinates'). To answer the question whether disambiguating prosody is produced in a situationally dependent or independent manner and to contribute to our understanding of the nature of the prosody-syntax link, we systematically explored variab...
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Speech perception study that makes use of a gating paradigm to test if it is possible to reliably detect intended grouping of a coordinate structure by exploiting prosodic information already before the Intonation Phrase Boundary that contains the strongest prosodic cues. Results from human listeners are compared to results from machine learning mo...
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This poster presents my empirical bachelor thesis. Herbert, Hickin, Howard, Osborne and Best (2008) have developed a protocol to measure the conversational performance of people with aphasia (PwA) and in particular to measure possible transfer of improvements to spontaneous speech after word retrieval therapy. The aim of the empirical work was to...
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The age at which members of a semantic category are learned (age of acquisition), the typicality they demonstrate within their corresponding category, and the semantic domain to which they belong (living, non-living) are known to influence the speed and accuracy of lexical/semantic processing. So far, only a few studies have looked at the origin of...
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Dieser Beitrag gibt einen Einblick in die kognitiv-orientierte, hypothesengeleitete Aphasiediagnostik mit dem Untersuchungsverfahren LEMO 2.0 («Lexikon modellorientiert – Diagnostik für Aphasie, Dyslexie und Dysgraphie»). Es soll aufgezeigt werden, wie beeinträchtigte und erhaltene (unbeeinträchtigte) kognitiv-sprachliche Leistungen eines Patienten...
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Individuals with agrammatic Broca's aphasia experience difficulty when processing reversible non-canonical sentences. Different accounts have been proposed to explain this phenomenon. The Trace Deletion account (Grodzinsky, 1995, 2000, 2006) attributes this deficit to an impairment in syntactic representations, whereas others (e.g., Caplan, Waters,...
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Individuals with agrammatic Broca's aphasia perform at chance level when processing reversible non-canonical sentences. Representational accounts (e.g., Grodzinsky, 1995, 2000, 2006) attribute this deficit to an impairment in syntactic representations. Processing accounts (e.g., Haarmann, Just, & Carpenter, 1997; Caplan, Waters, Dede, Michaud, & Re...
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Background: Individuals with agrammatic aphasia (IWAs) have problems with grammatical decoding of tense inflection. However, these difficulties depend on the time frame that the tense refers to. Verb morphology with reference to the past is more difficult than with reference to the non-past, because a link needs to be made to the past event in dis...
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1 Einleitung 2 Bestehende deutschsprachige Verfahren zur Dysgraphiediagnostik 3 Das Partizipationsorientierte Screening zur Erfassung einer Dysgraphie 4 Ausblick 5 Literatur
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1 Einleitung 2 Fragestellung 3 Methode 4 Ergebnisse 5 Diskussion 6 Literatur
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1 Theoretischer Hintergrund und Ziel der Therapie 2 Material und Vorgehen 3 Ergebnisse und Interpretation 4 Diskussion 5 Literatur
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Background: In behavioral tests of sentence comprehension in aphasia, correct and
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Sentence processing deficits in aphasia become evident whenever patients have to rely on syntactic structure in order to derive the correct sentence interpretation. Aphasics are known to have difficulty in comprehending reversible non-canonical word order sentences compared to canonical word order (cf. Mitchum & Berndt, 2008). Representational acco...
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Background: In addition to the canonical subject-verb-object (SVO) word order, German also allows for non-canonical order (OVS), and the case-marking system supports thematic role interpretation. Previous eye-tracking studies (Kamide et al., 2003; Knoeferle, 2007) have shown that unambiguous case information in non-canonical sentences is processed...

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