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Cognitive Neuropsychology and and Conversion Analysis in Aphasia - An Introductory Casebook. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2224138
  • Book
  • April 1999
  • 252 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Cognitive neuropsychology is already radically influencing the clinical practice of aphasia assessment and therapy. It has made it possible to analyse individuals' language disorders through a psycholinguistic model and to quantify and evaluate the effects of intervention. The complementary methods of conversation analysis are also being introduced into assessment, with the potential for bringing a further structured approach to intervention.
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Introduction.

Part One: Applying Cognitive Neuropsychology.

A psycholinguistic model of comprehending and producing words.

Processes in auditory comprehension.

Assessing auditory comprehension.

Semantics.

Assessing semantics.

Orthographic processes in reading.

Assessing orthographic processes.

Processes in spoken production.

Assessing spoken production.

Processes in written production.

Assessing written production.

Practice in applying the model.

Implications of cognitive neuropsychology for therapy for the impairment.

Part Two: Applying Conversation Analysis.

Background.

Conversation analysis and aphasia.

Conversational management and aphasia.

Turn taking.

Repair.

Topic management.

Conversational analysis and its implications for therapy.

Impairment-focused therapy.

Communication-focused therapy.

Undertaking a conversational analysis.

Recording.

Transcription.

Analysis.

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Ruth Lesser University of Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Lisa Perkins University of Newcastle Upon Tyne.
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