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Language Disorders in Children and Adults [electronic resource] : Psycholinguistic Approaches to Therapy

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781861560148Publication details: Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2008.ISBN:
  • 9780470698570
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Language Disorders in Children and Adults : Psycholinguistic Approaches to TherapyDDC classification:
  • 371.914246 616.855
LOC classification:
  • RC425
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Contents:
Language Disorders in Children and Adults; Contents; Acknowledgements; Contributors; General Introduction Making new connections: in whose interests?; Part 1: Phonological processing; Chapter 1.1 Introduction; Chapter 1.2 Christopher Lumpship: developing phonological representations in a child with an auditory processing deficit; Chapter 1.3 Remediating auditory processing deficits in adults with aphasia; Chapter 1.4 Afterword; Part 2: Lexical processing; Chapter 2.1 Introduction; Chapter 2.2 When is a rolling pin a 'roll the pen': a clinical insight into lexical problems
Chapter 2.3 A treatment for anomia combining semantics, phonology and orthographyChapter 2.4 Afterword; Part 3: Sentence processing; Chapter 3.1 Introduction; Chapter 3.2 Colourful semantics: thematic role therapy; Chapter 3.3 Mapping therapy with a fluent dysphasic?; Chapter 3.4 Afterword; Part 4: Pragmatics: a breakdown in contextual meaning; Chapter 4.1 Introduction; Chapter 4.2 A case study of a child with pragmatic difficulties: assessment and intervention; Chapter 4.3 The treatment of communication deficits following right hemisphere lesion; Chapter 4.4 Afterword; Part 5: Postscript
Chapter 5.1 Making new connections: are patterns emerging?Chapter 5.2 Psycholinguistic applications to language therapy; References
Summary: Each 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 ??? 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.
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Language Disorders in Children and Adults; Contents; Acknowledgements; Contributors; General Introduction Making new connections: in whose interests?; Part 1: Phonological processing; Chapter 1.1 Introduction; Chapter 1.2 Christopher Lumpship: developing phonological representations in a child with an auditory processing deficit; Chapter 1.3 Remediating auditory processing deficits in adults with aphasia; Chapter 1.4 Afterword; Part 2: Lexical processing; Chapter 2.1 Introduction; Chapter 2.2 When is a rolling pin a 'roll the pen': a clinical insight into lexical problems

Chapter 2.3 A treatment for anomia combining semantics, phonology and orthographyChapter 2.4 Afterword; Part 3: Sentence processing; Chapter 3.1 Introduction; Chapter 3.2 Colourful semantics: thematic role therapy; Chapter 3.3 Mapping therapy with a fluent dysphasic?; Chapter 3.4 Afterword; Part 4: Pragmatics: a breakdown in contextual meaning; Chapter 4.1 Introduction; Chapter 4.2 A case study of a child with pragmatic difficulties: assessment and intervention; Chapter 4.3 The treatment of communication deficits following right hemisphere lesion; Chapter 4.4 Afterword; Part 5: Postscript

Chapter 5.1 Making new connections: are patterns emerging?Chapter 5.2 Psycholinguistic applications to language therapy; References

Each 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 ??? 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.