Analysis of population recognition of pictures from the sentence production program for aphasia.

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Summary of "Analysis of population recognition of pictures from the sentence production program for aphasia."

To analyze the recognition of the pictures and contexts familiarity from the Sentence Production Program for Aphasia (SPPA) to acquire data determining its potential use in Portuguese and/or need for adaption.


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Name: CoDAS
ISSN: 2317-1782
Pages: e20180193


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