Hungarian CAP Corpus

Hungarian CAP Corpus


Judit Osmán-Sági
Psychology Institute
Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Participants: 10 Broca, 10 Wernicke
Type of Study: naturalistic
Location: USA
Media type: audio
DOI: doi:10.21415/T50K66
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See the English NonProtocol CAP files for a description of the CAP Project.

Here are the Hungarian CAP Participants:
File Sex Onset Test Lag Etiology Ed. Occupation
B1 F trauma 37 4 years 6 Worker
B2 M CVA 36 7 months 8 Ironworker
B5 M thrombosis 44 7.5 months 16 Engineer
B7 F thrombosis 55 25 months 8 Accountant
B9 M trauma 18 8 months 8 Student
B10 M CVA 53 2 years 8 Ironworker
B11 M trauma 26 4 years 8 Fireman
B12 M thrombosis 55 7.5 years 16 Engineer
B13 F CVA 34 4 months 8 Telex
B14 M aneurism 41 5 months 8 Mechanic
W2 F abscess 51 4 months 12 Teacher
W4 F meningeoma 55 2 months 12 Clerk
W5 M tumor 37 2 months 16 Engineer
W9 M thrombosis 76 3 months 12 accountant
W11 F ischemia 63 3 months 6 xeroxer
A1 F vascular 39 8
A2 F vascular 18 12
A3 F vascular 48 12
A4 M vascular 57 8
A5 M trauma 18 8
A6 M tumor 31 two years 12
A7 M vascular 64 8
A8 F angioma 29 8
A10 F tumor 57 5
A11 M vascular 59 8

Citation information

MacWhinney, B., & Osman-Sági, J. (1991). Inflectional marking in Hungarian aphasics. Brain and Language, 41, 165-183.
MacWhinney, B., & Osmán-Sági, J. (1997). Agreement processing in Hungarian aphasics. Acta Linguistica, 44, 73-86.
MacWhinney, B., Osman-Sági, J., & Slobin, D. (1991). Sentence comprehension in aphasia in two clear case-marking languages. Brain and Language, 41, 234-249.