The Characteristics of Aphasia
Taylor & Francis, 1989 - Psychology - 212 pages
A survey of the main behavioural characteristics or symptoms of aphasia, which presents a series of essays on the history and current developments in this field of neuropsychological research. Contributors discuss recovery, rehabilitation and other contemporary issues.
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