Language Disorders in Children and Adults: Psycholinguistic Approaches to Therapy
DescriptionEach chapter is written by a speech and language therapist specialising in psycholinguistic approaches to investigation and intervention. Authors were invited to present a single case in one of four given areas â?? speech processing, lexical processing, sentence processing and pragmatics. The editors have provided introductions to each subject area and a discussion of the findings at the end of each section.
Maggie Vance, Remediating Auditory processing Deficits in Adults With Aphasia.
Julie Morris, When is a Rolling pin a 'roll The Pen' - a Clinical Insight Into Lexical Problems.
Sadie Lewis, Jane Speake, A Treatment of Anomia Combining Semantics, Phonology and Orthography.
Wendy Best et al, Colourful Semantics - Thematic Role Therapy.
Alison Bryan, mapping Therapy With a Fluent Dysphasic?.
Susan Pethers, A Case Study of a Child with Pragmatic Difficulties - Assessment and Intervention.
Amanda Hampshire, Kay Mogford-bevan, The Treatment of Communication Deficits Following right-hemisphere Lesion.
Rosemary Varley, Making new Connections - are Patterns emerging?.
Maria Black, Psycholinguistic Applications to Language Therapy.