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Preface to the Third Edition.
Preface to the Second Edition.
Preface to the First Edition.A. Benton and S.W. Anderson, Aphasia: Historical Perspectives.A.R. Damasio, Signs of Aphasia.H. Damasio, Neuroanatomical Correlates of the Aphasias.O. Spreen and A.H. Risser, Assessment of Aphasia.S.E. Blumstein, Phonological Aspects of Aphasia.B.C. Rapp and A. Caramazza, Lexical Deficits.R.S. Berndt, Sentence Processing in Aphasia.H.W. Buckingham, Jr. Explanations for the Concept of Apraxia of Speech.E. Kaplan, R.E. Gallagher, and G. Glosser, Aphasia-Related Disorders.K. Hamsher, Intelligence and Aphasia.E. Winner and C. Von Karolyi, Artistry and Aphasia.M. Nicholas, L.T. Connor, L.K. Obler, and M.L. Albert, Aging, Language, and Language Disorders.D.M. Aram, Acquired Aphasia in Children.H.S. Levin and S.B. Chapman, Aphasia after Traumatic Brain Injury.M. Paradis, Acquired Aphasia in Bilingual Speakers.J.C. Payne, Ethnocultural Dynamics and Acquired Aphasia.J.E. Sarno and G. Gainotti, The Psychological and Social Sequelae of Aphasia.M.T. Sarno, Recovery and Rehabilitation in Aphasia.