By Martha Taylor Sarno
With chapters containing as much as 50 percentage new assurance, this publication offers a radical replace of the most recent examine and improvement within the quarter of received aphasia. assurance contains the indications of aphasia, evaluate, neuropsychology, the categorical linguistic deficits linked to aphasia, comparable issues, restoration, and rehabilitation. This complete compilation, written via essentially the most a professional employees within the box, presents an authoritative textual content and reference for graduate scholars, clinicians, and researchers. Key good points* Chapters contain as much as 50 percentage new assurance* presents replace of up to date examine within the box* contains writings by way of the main an expert staff within the box* accomplished, exhaustive reference software
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Aphasia Aphasia is a disturbance of the complex process of comprehending and formulating verbal messages that results from newly acquired disease of the central nervous system (CNS). 25 ACQUIRED APHASIA, THIRD EDITION Copyright 91998 by Academic Press. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. 26 Antonio R. , genetic or environment-induced perinatal cerebral defect). The former befalls individuals previously capable of using language appropriately. The latter may produce developmental language defects in individuals whose ability to use language will never attain a normal level.
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Acquired Aphasia (Third Edition) by Martha Taylor Sarno