Aphasic Child a Neurological Basis for His Education by A. C. Roberts

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Bloomington: Indiana University Press, ; pp. xvi+, I;II. $ set. THE APHASIC CHILD: A NEUROLOGICAL BASIS FOR HIS EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION. By Alice Calvert Roberts. Foreword by Louis D. Boshes. Aphasia is an inability to comprehend or formulate language because of damage to specific brain regions.

The major causes are a cerebral vascular accident (), or head trauma, but aphasia can also be the result of brain tumors, brain infections, or neurodegenerative diseases such as r, the latter are far less common and so not as often mentioned when discussing aphasia.

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In his book On Paralysis there is evidence in his case descriptions that Bastian had already implemented a detailed set of procedures for examining aphasic patients.

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Time is needed to consolidate the developments and help the child. There may be a need to accept the limitations of a physical difficulty, or to recognise the emotional or psychological conflicts that prevented speech and to work on these.

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Polytrauma in a Czech Child: What is Lost and What is Left"(). This is a case study of a Czech child with acquired aphasia and it describes the aphasic symptoms in the child during her re-acquisition of language and compares them with aphasic deficits in a group of selected Czech adults with aphasia.

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Aphasia is a neurological impairment resulting from brain damage, typically stroke (Ellis, Dismuke, & Edwards, ), yet treatment programs are rarely biologically motivated.

Since the end of the 20th century, studies in aphasia have been relying less on applied psychology and linguistic models, instead seeking to link observed deficits to. The child scored in the 50th percentile on the test.

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Introduction. Ever since Broca’s demonstration of focal left hemisphere damage in his aphasic patient ‘Tan’, neurologists have sought to correlate neurological deficits of every sort with lesions in particular areas of the brain or their connections, as Déjèrine () did in regard to the alexia of his patient ‘Monsieur C’.

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In his laboratory, the results of neuroscientific studies were successfully used in the development of new rehabilitation techniques, especially for the treatment of language deficits after stroke.

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Editor’s Note: Roman Jakobson’s classic paper Two Aspects of Language and Two Types of Aphasic Disturbances is extracted from the public domain text of the original book available from at Fundamentals of language by Roman Jakobson and Morris Halle.

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He awakened to find himself in a hospital ward, fully paralyzed except for one eye and part of his head. He survived for 15 months, enough time to conceive, memorize, dictate, and publish an entire book, one character at a time by blinking his left eyelid.

Wernicke's aphasia is one type of aphasia. Aphasia is a condition of the brain that impacts a person's communication abilities, particularly speech. Child psychosis reflected in inability to identify or communicate with others and with the environment; behavior is frequently bizarre, compulsive, repetitive and nonpurposive (Berry, ).

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Cerebral palsy—also known as CP—is a condition caused by injury to the parts of the brain that control our ability to use our muscles and bodies.

Cerebral means having to do with the brain. Palsy means weakness or problems with. In both groups, there is a suggestion that the right hemisphere may have an important role in mediating left-handed mirror writing, and, in the case of left-handers, there is supporting evidence for greater right hemisphere or bilateral activation compared with right-handers.

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You may be interested in. Most frequently terms. languages sentences verb speakers grammar linguistic noun vowel syntactic phonetic acquisition vowels morphemes grammatical Since the very beginning of the aphasia history it has been well established that there are two major aphasic syndromes (Wernicke’s-type and Broca’s-type aphasia); each one of them is related to the disturbance at a specific linguistic level (lexical/semantic and grammatical) and associated with a particular brain damage localization (temporal and frontal-subcortical).

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