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Aphasia Therapy. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 5226114
  • Book
  • January 1989
  • 252 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
In preparing the book the main concern has been to present a comprehensive discussion of the contemporary issues in aphasia therapy, together with constructive consideration of a number of specific therapeutic approaches to a wide range of aphasic problems. Assessment and theory are considered only in terms of their contribution to treatment. Special consideration is also given to the currently developing fields of psychosocial adjustment, psychotherapy and the applications of neuropsychological knowledge and techniques to aphasia rehabilitation and the problems of evaluating the effectiveness of therapeutic intervention. The book should therefore be of relevance and interest to therapists, researchers, lecturers and students in the field of speech pathology, communication disorders, clinical and neuropsychology and neuro- and psycholinguistics.
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Chris Code Leicester Polytechnic.
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