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On the Measures of Fluency in the Assessment of Spontaneous Speech Production By Aphasic Subjects

Bibliographic reference Feyereisen, Pierre ; Pillon, Agnesa ; de Partz de Courtray, Marie-Pierre. On the Measures of Fluency in the Assessment of Spontaneous Speech Production By Aphasic Subjects. In: Aphasiology, Vol. 5, no. 1, p. 1-21 (1991)
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