Channels of Communication and Related Factors Inf: A Special Issue of I Applied Neuropsychology
This special issue brings together a group of articles related to aspects of disturbed language use and understanding. Relevant to persons in the practice of neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology, the articles:
*review and integrate a systematic program of research that examines core functional abilities that underlie the process of reading;
*offer a replication of a previous work with persons with schizophrenia, which demonstrated a frequent superiority of monaural versus binaural language comprehension;
*offer a thorough compilation of results from research on emotional processing;
*introduce the role of the prosodic channel in communication and provide a description and classification scheme for the various prosodic disorders; and
*examine the impact of variations in the prosodic and lexical channels of speech.
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