A Survey of Adult Aphasia and Related Language Disorders

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Prentice Hall, 1993 - Medical - 375 pages
A comprehensive and scholarly coverage of theory, research, assessment and rehabilitation pertaining to aphasia in adults and other language disorders related to right hemisphere dysfunction and closed head injury. The book brings clinical topics such as inferential diagnosis into line with current thinking in psycholinguistics and cognitive neuropsychology. This new edition features expanded coverage of speech-language pathology to include neuropathologies and discourse impairments and there are new chapters on cognitive foundation and the study of syndromes and dementias.

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