By Patrick Doyle
The papers that seem during this particular version of Aphasiology have been chosen established upon their theoretical significance, scientific relevance, and clinical benefit, from one of the platform and poster shows comprising the thirty second Annual scientific Aphasiology convention held in Ridgedale, Missouri in June of 2002. every one paper was once peer-reviewed via the Editorial experts and affiliate Editors stated herein in step with the criteria of Aphasiology and the rigours of benefit assessment that characterize this listed, archival magazine.
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IV. A statistical and comparative analysis of individual written language samples. Psychological Monographs, 56(2), 77–111. Dollaghan, C. , Campbell, T. , Paradise, J. , Feldman, H. , Janosky, J. , Pitcairn, D. , et al. (1999). Maternal education and measures of early speech and language. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 42, 1432–1443. , Jones, L. , Wepman, J. M. (1961). Some linguistic features of speech from aphasic patients. Language and Speech, 4, 91–108. , & Leonard, J. (2000).
Hollis, W. (1995). Measuring children’s lexical diversity: differentiating typical and impaired language learners. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 38, 1349–1355. Limb apraxia, pantomine, and lexical gesture in aphasic speakers: Preliminary findings Miranda Rose and Jacinta Douglas La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia Background: Speech-language pathologists considering the use of gesture as a therapeutic modality for clients with aphasia must first evaluate the integrity of their cleints’ gesture systems.
On the other hand, both groups are apt to present with word retrieval deficits that would impact the diversity of vocabulary they demonstrate. Whether or not it is reasonable to expect adults with fluent aphasia to demonstrate greater vocabulary diversity in discourse than nonfluent counterparts, one would expect differences in the lengths of samples obtained from adults with fluent and nonfluent aphasia when time and/ or content are controlled. For this reason, a lexical measure that allows for such variation in sample lengths could be beneficial as a tool for assessment of lexical content across aphasia types.
32nd Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference: A Special Issue of Aphasiology by Patrick Doyle