Aphasia and its treatment has undergone momentous changes which are refleted in this edition. Since the first edition was published, new technologies for analyzing the neuroanatomy of language have transformed the study of brain-language relations. To understand aphasia, one has to understand its neural basis. In a clinically relevant, straightforward manner, this text describes the neuroanatomical and neuropathologic bases and differential diagnosis of aphasia; neurologic, neuropsychologic, and language exams; the development of individualized treatment programs; the implementation of existing methods; and the neuropsychiatric, psychosocial, and legal aspects of aphasia.San Diego, CA: Singular. Kaplan, E., Goodglass, H, aamp; Weintraub, S. (2001). Boston Naming Test (2nd ed.). Hagerstown, MD: Lippincott, Williams aamp; Wilkins. Katzen, M. (1999). Honest pretzels and 64 other amazing recipes for cooks ages 8 andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Manual of Aphasia and Aphasia Therapy|
|Author||:||Nancy Helm-Estabrooks, Martin L. Albert|
|Publisher||:||Pro Ed - 2004|