Syntactic Processing of Music and Language in Aphasia

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Understanding the relationship between music and language has implications for people with language disorders, such as aphasia. The Shared Syntactic Integration Resource Hypothesis (SSIRH; Patel, 2003) proposes that syntactic processing of language and music draws on distinct networks for words and chords but relies on partially shared resources for integrating those elements into the context of a...

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