NorClinLing 2008 Proceedings from the 1st Nordic Conference of Clinical Linguistics. 2008, 71-82
How do speakers with fluent aphasia adapt strategically to difficulties caused by anomia in their speech production? And how does their linguistic behaviour inform our knowledge of the general structure and processing of the mental lexicon? In the present study, we analyse aspects of the language production of two native Norwegians with fluent aphasia, discussing how the data fit in with a heterogeneous network model of the mental lexicon.