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by Chris Code
Series: Brain, Behaviour and Cognition. Hardcover: 220 pages.
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The Characteristics Of Aphasia book.
Symptoms, syndromes, models - the nature of aphasia, Chris Code; fluency, Klaus Poeck; impairments .
Symptoms, syndromes, models - the nature of aphasia, Chris Code; fluency, Klaus Poeck; impairments of naming and wordfinding, Robert Goldfarb and Harvey Halpern; auditory verbal comprehension impairment, Ed Schulte and Sara Dale Brandt; agrammatism and paragrammatism, Marjorie Perlman Lorch; phonological paraphasia, Hugh . uckingham; jargonaphasia, Sarah . hristman and Hugh . uckingham; apraxia of speech, Niklas Miller; speech automatisms and recurring utterances, Chris Code; About the Series
Characteristics of Aphasia: Brain Damage, Behavioral and Cognition : Developments in Clinical Neuropsychology (Brain Damage, Behaviour & Cognition). ISBN 13: 9780850664461.
Major advances have taken place in both brain imaging techniques and the cognitive modelling of the impairments following brain damage, and these promise a wider understanding of the nature of the representation of cognition and behaviour in the damaged brain. This volume is a survey of the main behavioural characteristics or symptoms of aphasia.
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The subjects for these studies range from normal human adults and infants to brain-damaged patients, and various non-human primate and avian species.
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However, comparing the neuropsychological aspects of CAD and aphasia after right brain damage i.All three patients showed impaired visuoconstructional abilities, whereas each patient showed a different level of performances for oral and limb praxis, and visuospatial neglect.
This damage is typically caused by a cerebral vascular accident (stroke), or head trauma; however, these are not the only possible causes. Aphasia can also be caused by brain tumors, brain infections, and neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia, however these are far less common and thus not as often mentioned when discussing aphasia.