Download PDF by Anne Whitworth: A Cognitive Neuropsychological Approach to Assessment and

By Anne Whitworth

ISBN-10: 0203493508

ISBN-13: 9780203493502

ISBN-10: 1841693456

ISBN-13: 9781841693453

This publication presents either a theoretical and useful connection with cognitive neuropsychological methods to speech and language therapists operating with individuals with aphasia. Having advanced from the job of a gaggle of clinicians operating with individuals with aphasia, it's a hugely functional advisor that goals to interpret the theoretical literature because it pertains to aphasia and hyperlink it on to to be had evaluate instruments and remedy options. the outlet part of the booklet offers an summary of the speculation underpinning the strategy and the way it may be utilized to the overview and interpretation of language-processing impairments. the second one part deals a operating rationalization of alternative elements of language processing, outlining the deficits which can come up from impairment to every part. additionally, the clinician is guided to on hand tests to check out scientific hypotheses and provided interpretations of functionality styles. the ultimate part offers a entire evaluation of the treatment literature with systematic summaries of the remedies undertaken and a synthesis of the findings to this point. This ebook has been written through clinicians with hands-on event. it is going to be a useful source for clinicians and scholars of speech and language treatment and comparable disciplines.

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A CT scan showed an infarct in the left fronto-parietal region. He was 6 months post-onset at the time of testing. KE’s spontaneous speech consisted of over-learned phrases, single nouns and frequent semantic errors. In auditory comprehension, he made errors at both single word and sentence level. KE had a very limited ability to read aloud, producing mainly no responses in the reading of words and nonwords. g. g. BUY → ‘bought’). There was no evidence that orthographic-to-phonological conversion was contributing to his reading.

Reduced performance in discriminating between minimal pairs relative to maximal pairs may provide an indication of severity. ✗ Better performance on minimal pair discrimination using written response choices (PALPA 3) than when using auditory stimuli (PALPA 1 and 2) may indicate short-term memory impairment. 1 A case of impairment to auditory phonological analysis (word sound deafness): Client ES (Franklin, 1989) ES was a 74-year-old male who was 3 years post-onset at the time of testing. He was an estate agent before his retirement.

Martin et al. (1994) adopt a very much less stringent criterion – that is, a response that shares just one phoneme with the target (except for schwa) is counted as phonologically related! How errors are to be classified is, to a considerable extent, a matter of judgement. There are no correct answers that can be identified in advance. This is one reason why, in our view, errors constitute just one source of evidence about levels of breakdown. 2 It is also important to realise that, as Cutler (1981) pointed out, errors are multiple determined.

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