German CAP Corpus

German CAP Corpus


Angela Friederici
Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
Max-Planck Institute, Leipzig, Germany

http://www.cbs.mpg.de/employees/friederici

Participants: 10 Broca, 10 Wernicke
Type of Study: naturalistic
Location: USA
Media type: audio
DOI: doi:10.21415/T5XK56
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See the English NonProtocol CAP files for a description of the CAP Project.

Here are the German CAP Participants:
File Sex Onset Test Lag Etiology Ed. Occupation
B08 F 57 2 months CVA 13+ speech therapist
B41 F 55 1 year CVA
B42 F 42 4 years CVA 13+ technician
B43 F 25 6 years Trauma 9 sales clerk
B44 F 40 7 years CVA 9 housewife
B45 F 59 2 years CVA 9+ office clerk
B46 F 36 7 years CVA 11 dressmaker
B47 F 52 20 months CVA 9 kitchen help
B48 M 47 8 years CVA 16 engineer
B161 M 62 9 years CVA 9+ business
W31 F 43 8 years Trauma 9+ office clerk
W32 M 52 11 years CVA 9+ electrician
W33 M 70 20 months CVA 9+ foundry worker
W34 F 36 8 years Trauma 9+ sales clerk
W35 M 59 4 years CVA 9+ accountant
W36 M 47 3 years CVA 13+ merchant
W37 F 65 4 years CVA 9 housewife
W38 M 64 5 years CVA 9+ service manager
W39 M 71 3 years CVA 9
W40 F 49 7 weeks CVA housewife

Citation information

Bates, E., Friederici, A., & Wulfeck, B. (1987). Sentence comprehension in aphasia: A cross-linguistic study. Brain and Language, 32(1), 19-67.
Bates, E., Friederici, A., & Wulfeck, B. (1987). Grammatical morphology in aphasia: Evidence from three languages. Cortex, 23, 545-574.
Bates, E., Friederici, A., Wulfeck, B., & Juarez, L. (1988). On the preservation of word order in aphasia: Cross-linguistic evidence. Brain and Language, 33(2), 323-364.