Agrammatism: A crosslinguistic clinical perspective
Speech-language pathologists who serve people with aphasia must be prepared to evaluate and treat agrammatism. We focus here on fundamental information about this communication disorder, particularly its features in English, dialects of English, and several different languages around the world. It is important to examine agrammatism across dialects and languages, since the disorder is not uncommon, and it is manifested differently, depending on the grammatical structure of the dialect or language in question.
O'Connor, Barbara; Anema, I.; Datta, H.; Signorelli, T.; and Obler, L. K., "Agrammatism: A crosslinguistic clinical perspective" (2005). Department of Speech Language Pathology Faculty Articles. 2.