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Clinical aphasiology : future directions

Author: Martin J Ball; Jack Damico; Christopher Code
Publisher: Hove [England] ; New York : Psychology Press, 2007.
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Presents a collection of work from researchers and clinicians around the world on a range of topics within Clinical Aphasiology. This volume is intended for both students and practitioners in speech  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Festschrift
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Martin J Ball; Jack Damico; Christopher Code
ISBN: 9781841696706 1841696706
OCLC Number: 72354005
Notes: "A Festschrift for Chris Code."
Description: xxvii, 343 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Chris Code's contribution to aphasiology / Martin J. Ball & Jack S. Damico --
Investigations in speech and language and related disorders / Manfred Herrmann & Thorsten Fehr --
Independent evidence for the unification of explanatory paradigms in the neurosciences / Hugh W. Buckingham & Sarah S. Christman --
The social and neuropsychological underpinnings of communication disorders after severe traumatic brain injury / Skye McDonald --
Social validation of recovery in aphasia / Leonard L. LaPointe & Kerry L. Lenius --
Interactional aphasia / Jack S. Damico [and others] --
From the study of language dysfunction and handicap to a better understanding of linguistic processing in normality / Jean-Luc Nespoulous & Jacques Virbel --
Production and perception of word tones in patients with brain damage / Inger Moen --
Subcortical aphasia / Bruce E. Murdoch --
Mechanisms of lexical selection and the anomias / Tobias Bormann, Gerhard Blanken & Claus-W. Wallesch. Repetitive verbal behaviours in PML / Nicole Müller, Alana Kozlowski & Pattie Doody --
Multiparty interactions in aphasia / Alison Ferguson --
Stroke stories / Elizabeth Armstrong & Hanna K. Ulatowska --
Counseling families and adults with speech and language disorders / Audrey L. Holland --
Cultural dimensions of aphasia / Claire Penn --
Assessment of aphasia in a multi-lingual world / Susan Edwards & Roelien Bastiaanse --
Computerized aphasia treatment outcomes research / Richard C. Katz & Robert T. Wertz --
Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation / Leanne Togher --
The future of our knowledge about communication impairments following a right-hemisphere lesion / Yves Joanette [and others] --
Progressive language and speech disorders in dementia / Maria Pachalska.
Responsibility: edited by Martin J. Ball and Jack S. Damico.
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"Ball and Damico have compiled a set of papers addressing topics and concepts rarely included in basic aphasia texts. Clinical Aphasiology: Future Directions is an excellent supplemental text for Read more...

 
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