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Chapter 1 Chairman's Introductory comments (pages 1–4): Dr. Macdonald Critchley
Chapter 2 assertion of the matter (pages 5–20): Lord Brain
Chapter three in the direction of a Linguistic Typology of Aphasic Impairments (pages 21–46): Roman Jakobson
Chapter four software of the Word?Frequency notion to Aphasia (pages 47–78): Davis Howes
Chapter five Perceptual and reaction elements within the association of Speech (pages 79–95): D. E. Broadbent
Chapter 6 Hesitation, details, and degrees of Speech construction (pages 96–114): Frieda Goldman?Eisler
Chapter 7 basic dialogue (pages 115–121):
Chapter eight ideas of class and Their impression on Our thoughts of Aphasia (pages 122–142): E. Bay
Chapter nine components and varieties of Aphasia (pages 143–167): A.R. Luria
Chapter 10 Non?Verbal verbal exchange in Aphasia (pages 168–182): T. Alajouanine and F. Lhermitte
Chapter eleven Temporal trend Discrimination in reduce Animals and its Relation to Language belief in guy (pages 183–199): William D. Neff
Chapter 12 Observations on Cerebral Dominance (pages 200–222): Brenda Milner, Charles department and Theodore Rasmussen
Chapter thirteen Localization of indicators in Aphasia (pages 223–256): H. Hecaen and R. Angelergues
Chapter 14 basic dialogue (pages 257–260):
Chapter 15 Intelligence in Aphasia (pages 261–284): O. I. Zangwill
Chapter sixteen Speech problems and psychological issues (pages 285–298): E. Stengel
Chapter 17 variation of textual content from a Dysphasic sufferer (pages 299–323): Alan S. C. Ross, P. R. F. Clarke and N. L. Haddock
Chapter 18 staff dialogue (pages 324–338):
Chapter 19 Chairman's Concluding comments (pages 339–345): Dr. Macdonald Critchley
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It’s strange, but I cannot grasp this. Is it connected with the mother or with the daughter? . ” Verbal predicates are comprehensible, whereas predicate nouns, especially when the copula is not expressed, perplex the semantic . L I N G U I S T I C T Y P O L O G Y O F A P H A S l C IMPAIRMENTS 33 aphasiac. Adjectives in an attributive function are the only ones which reach him. The explicit superposition of the subject over the direct object becomes compulsory. Consequently, passive constructions embarrass the patient, and in active clauses the order subject-object isimmobilized.
The classical motor (alias Broca’s) aphasia is the basic variety of encoding impairments ; correspondingly, the so-called sensory (alias Wernicke’s) aphasia is the basic form of decoding impairments. Since it is Luria’s illuminating portrayal of six aphasic syndromes which has served as the starting point of my linguistic interpretation in this paper, I shall follow Luria’s nomenclature for the six types in question, even though Luria himself, and all of us, undoubtedly agree with Kurt Goldstein who states that any terminology used at present in the field of aphasia “is somewhat confused” and “does not at all do justice to the complexity and variation of the modifications of language found in patients” (1948, p.
Also at this level we find a bewildering variety of concepts supposedly underlying language : word-images, symbolic processes, schemas, meanings, W O R D - F R E Q U E N C Y CONCEPT I N A P H A S I A 49 and the like, several different brands of each usually being distinguishable. Little wonder that the scientist from another field, on reading about the physiology of aphasia, concludes that the subject is still hopelessly confused! It would clarify matters considerably if we were to recognize at the outset that the three levels at which we commonly discuss aphasia are not really cognate.