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Aphasia, a clinical and psychological study
Theodore Herman Weisenburg
|Statement||by Theodore Weisenbert and Katherine E. McBride.|
|Contributions||McBride, Katharine Elizabeth.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||634|
Living With Aphasia: An International Study The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Background and purpose Accurate aphasia diagnosis is important in stroke care. A wide range of language tests are available and include informal assessments, tests developed by healthcare institutions and commercially published tests available for purchase in pre-packaged kits. The psychometrics of these tests are often reported online or within the purchased test manuals, not the peer Cited by: 7.
This portion of the book is largely a summary of articles, Western and Eastern. Unfortunately, they are presented in such a way that those familiar with aphasia will have little to learn, while the uninitiated will have their scepticism : M. H. Charlton. Wernicke’s aphasia and Wernicke’s area are named after the German neurologist Carl Wernicke who first related this specific type of speech deficit to a damage in a left posterior temporal area of the brain. Carl Wernicke. Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons. En Español, Afasia de Wernicke (receptiva) Helpful Materials. Aphasia therapy guide.
Psychology Definition of BROCA'S APHASIA: n. a condition in which there is loss of the ability to produce language in either speech or writing. It is closely associated with Broca's area, thus, the. 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 ciation: /əˈfeɪʒə/, /əˈfeɪziə/ or /eɪˈfeɪziə/.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Weisenburg, A clinical and psychological study book Herman, Aphasia, a clinical and psychological study. New York, Hafner Pub. Co., APHASIA?A CLINICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY.- -By Theodore Weisenburg, M.D., and Katherine E. IVIcBride, Ph.D.
The Common- wealth Fund, New York. xvi plus Illustrated. Price, able from Oxford University Press, Bombay and London This book embodies the results of the most extensive study of aphasia ever undertaken and will long remain. Aphasia; a Clinical and Psychological Study Hardcover – January 1, by Theodore and Katharine E.
Mcbride Weisenburg (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1). Full text of "Aphasia: a clinical and psychological study" See other formats. This book, published after the death of Dr.
Weisenburg, is a fitting monument to his life's work. The aphasias are not only a clinical subject for study but a much trampled debating ground in which claims conflict with counter claims and tempers clash. It is an eloquent tribute to the wisdom and. The Aphasia is a neurological disorder that occurs as a result of injury in brain areas that support language (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, ).
This type of alteration can cause deficits in the expression, comprehension, reading and / or writing, completely or partially (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, ). Chronic language, communication, and motor impairments associated with aphasia often have a detrimental effect on the quality of life and psychological well-being of patients.
1, 2 In fact, many. Aphasia House Amy Engelhoven, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, CBIS Director of Aphasia House No Rating Yet. Aphasia Treatment Study at the University of Maryland.
We looking for people with aphasia to take part in a treatment No Rating Yet. Big Sky Aphasia Program. Aphasia is the term for collective types of speech disorders that occur when parts of the brain are damaged.
Learn about different types and treatment options in this lesson. Read stories about our graduates to see what we can accomplish together. These are actually typical results.
Each case below has been selected to provide a variety of aphasia types, client ages, etc. u. refers to loss or impairment in the ability to understand or comprehend language - or to express oneself through arises due to brain injury or receptive designation refers to an impaired ability to understand words, signs, or gestures, whereas the expressive designation refers to an impaired ability to speak, write, or make meaningful gestures.
Get this from a library. The genesis and dissolution of the faculty of speech; a clinical and psychological study of aphasia. [Joseph Collins]. Book Description. Psychotherapy and Aphasia: Interventions for Emotional Wellbeing and Relationships is an exciting international collaboration among clinical neuropsychologists, speech and language therapists and family therapists that details a range of innovative psychotherapeutic interventions to enable people with communication disorders and their families to access meaningful support.
Stroke Study (Pederson et al., ), incidence of aphasia in acute stroke patients on admission to hospital was 38 percent. But this study used a veryAuthor: Chris Code. Understanding Aphasia provides an accessible introduction to the topic for the interested scientist while raising many substantive issues for debate among aphasia researchers.
The text is a must for anyone planning a career in clinical neuropsychology or speech pathology. However, these are only two of the potential target audiences for the : $ On Aphasia is a work on aphasia by Sigmund Freud, the founder of monograph was Freud's first book, published in In the treatise, Freud challenges the main authorities of the time by asserting that their manner of understanding aphasias was no longer tenable.
At the turn of the century, neuroscientists had attempted to localize psychological processes in discrete Author: Sigmund Freud. Aim. The study aim is to determine whether an early intervention, Aphasia ASK, for the person with aphasia after stroke and their family members leads to better mood and quality of life outcomes for people with aphasia, less caregiver burden, and better mental health for family members compared to an attention-control intervention (Secondary Stroke Prevention Information Program; Cited by: Like Head, the American neurologist Theodore Weisenburg (–) and his co-worker Katharine McBride addressed the question of the dissociation of aphasic phenomena in a clinical way.
They developed a test battery and published data from groups of patients in their book Aphasia: A Clinical and Psychological Study (Weisenburg and McBride Cited by: 4. Ineminent Philadelphia neurologist Theodore Weisenburg invited Bryn Mawr College psychology graduate student Katharine McBride to join him in a funded, multi-year study of the assessment and empirical classification of aphasia.
The result was their co-authored book Aphasia: A Clinical and Psychological Study, a novel work that advanced an essentially equal weighting of standardized Author: Anthony H. Risser. Objectives. The study sought to identify key design features that could be used to create a new framework for group-based health interventions.
We designed and tested the first session of a group intervention for stroke survivors with aphasia which was aimed at nurturing new psychological connections between group by:. “Thus the feeling I sometimes have - which all of us who work closely with aphasiacs have - that one cannot lie to an aphasiac.
He cannot grasp your words, and cannot be deceived by them; but what he grasps he grasps with infallible precision, namely the expression that goes with the words, the total, spontaneous, involuntary expressiveness which can never be simulated or faked, as words.the stroke and aphasia handbook Download the stroke and aphasia handbook or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get the stroke and aphasia handbook book now. This site is like a library, Use search box .Abstract. Aphasia is an acquired language impairment that results from brain damage to the language dominant hemisphere, typically the left.
This clinical entity holds a prominent place in the history of neurology and psychology, as it inspired much of the theoretical development of the anatomical basis of language (Benton & Joynt, ; Geschwind, ; Joynt & Benson, ).