The Handbook of Adult Language Disorders is the essential guide to the scientific and clinical tenets of aphasia study and treatment. It focuses on how language breaks down after focal brain damage, what patterns of impairment reveal about normal language, and how recovery can be optimally facilitated. It is unique in that it reviews studies from the major disciplines in which aphasia research is conductedacognitive neuropsychology, linguistics, neurology, neuroimaging, and speech-language pathologyaas they apply to each topic of language. For each language domain, there are chapters devoted to theory and models of the language task, the neural basis of the language task (focusing on recent neuroimaging studies) and clinical diagnosis and treatment of impairments in that domain. In addition, there is broad coverage of approaches to investigation and treatment from leading experts, with several authors specializing in two or more disciplines. This second edition focuses on characterizing the cognitive and neural processes that account for each variant of aphasia as a first step toward developing effective rehabilitation, given that aphasia is one of the most common and disabling consequences of stroke. The best and most authoritative handbook in the field, The Handbook of Adult Language Disorders is the definitive reference for clinicians and researchers working in the scientific investigation of aphasia.... motor region involvement 266a7 speech therapy see speech and language therapy speech-language pathologists 45, 480 spelling: ... dysfunction 28; lexical- semantic 99; neural substrates of 87a8; neuropsychological components of 88a 90; nonword 123; oral 19n2, ... self-monitoring treatments 132; strengthening general phonological skills and sublexical spelling procedures 130a1; strengtheninganbsp;...
|Title||:||The Handbook of Adult Language Disorders|
|Author||:||Argye E. Hillis|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2015-05-01|