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Dressler, Wolfgang U., Heinz K. Stark, Maria Vassilakou, Dagmar Rauchensteiner, Jelena Tosic, Sabine M. Weitzenauer, Peter Wasner, Christiane Pons, Jacqueline Stark & Gerhard Brunner
2004. Textpragmatic impairments of figure-ground distinction in right-brain damaged stroke patients compared with aphasics and healthy controls. Journal of Pragmatics 36:2  pp. 207 ff. Crossref logo

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