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Acquired speech and language disorders

a neuroanatomical and functional neurological approach

by B. E. Murdoch

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Published by Chapman and Hall in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Speech disorders,
  • Language disorders,
  • Brain damage -- Complications,
  • Brain -- Localization of functions

  • Edition Notes

    StatementB.E. Murdoch
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC423 .M738 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination349 p. :
    Number of Pages349
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16688762M
    ISBN 100412334402
    LC Control Number89072216

    Familial language disorders may be genetic or caused by environmental factors. For example, the child may experience greater exposure to deviant language in families with a history of language disorders. In the developmental stages when language is acquired, the need to communicate effectively may lead to parents using overly simplistic language. Acquired Speech and Language Disorders by B. E. Murdoch, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

    aphasia and other acquired neurogenic language disorders. Download aphasia and other acquired neurogenic language disorders or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get aphasia and other acquired neurogenic language disorders book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. This new graduate level textbook, Cognition and Acquired Language Disorders: An Information Processing Approach, addresses the cognitive aspects of language and assembles the most recent information on this topic, addressing normal cognitive processing for language in adults, the cognitive impairments underlying language disorders arising from a variety of neurologic.

    Language processing disorders are brain-based conditions that make it difficult for someone to express himself or make sense of what is being said to him. Expressive language disorders are diagnosed when an individual struggles to produce language, speak in grammatically correct sentences, or translate thoughts into speech. Receptive language disorders can cause a person to misinterpret Author: Devon Frye. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations: Contents: 1 Neuroanatomical framework of speech and language.- 2 Bostonian and Lurian aphasia syndromes.- 3 Sub-cortical aphasia syndromes.- 4 Speech-language disorders associated with traumatic head injury.- 5 Language disorders subsequent to right-hemisphere lesions.- 6 Language .


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The book provides a specific and thorough explanation of the neurological basis of speech and language deficits occurring subsequent to neurological diseases or brain injury. It provides comprehensive coverage of both the clinically recognized forms of aphasia and motor speech disorders, in both adults and children; as well as more recently recognized language disorders such as Parkinson’s and related diseases, right hemisphere damage, closedhead injury and by: The stimulus for writing this book arose from the author's perception of a lack of available texts which adequately integrate the subjects of neuroanatomy and functional neurology with the practice of speech­ language pathology.

This perception was gained from almost two decades of teaching in the. Acquired Speech and Language Disorders: A Neuroanatomical And Functional Neurological Approach: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Amazon Cited by:   The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Acquired Speech and Language Disorders by Bruce E.

Murdoch at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 Book Edition: 2nd Ed. About the author () Professor Bruce E. Murdoch is the Director of the Centre for Neurogenic Communication Disorders Research and Head of the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

Acquired Speech and Language Disorders offers a unique integrated approach to the neurology and anatomical functions of speech language disorders. The book provides a specific and thorough explanation of the neurological basis of speech and language deficits occurring subsequent to neurological diseases or brain injury/5(3).

Acquired Speech and Language Disorders.: The stimulus for writing this book arose from the author's perception of a lack of available texts which adequately integrate the subjects of neuroanatomy and functional neurology with the practice of speech language pathology.

Acquired Speech and Language Disorders PDF By:B. Murdoch Published on by Springer. The stimulus for writing this book arose from the author's perception of a lack of available texts which adequately integrate the subjects of neuroanatomy and functional neurology with the practice of speech language pathology.

Table of Contents. Acquired childhood aphasia - neuro-pathology, linguistic characteristics and diagnosis; assessment and treatment of acquired childhood aphasia; speech and language disorders following childhood closed head injury; communicative disorders in childhood infectious diseases; linguistic status following acute cerebral anoxia in children; linguistic problems associated with.

The book provides a specific and thorough explanation of the neurological basis of speech and language deficits occurring subsequent to neurological diseases or brain injury.

It provides comprehensive coverage of both the clinically recognized forms of aphasia and motor speech disorders, in both adults and children; as well as more recently recognized language disorders such as Parkinson's and related diseases, right hemisphere damage, closedhead injury and dementia/5(3).

This perception was gained from almost two decades of teaching in the areas of neuroanatomy and acquired neuro­ logical speech-language disorders to speech pathology students initially at the South Australian College of Advanced Education and, for the past five years, at the University of Queensland.

Table of Contents 1 Neuroanatomical framework of speech and language.- 2 Bostonian and Lurian aphasia syndromes.- 3 Sub-cortical aphasia syndromes.- 4 Speech-language disorders associated with traumatic head injury.- 5 Language disorders subsequent to right-hemisphere lesions.- 6 Language disturbances in dementia.- 7 Neurological disturbances associated with aphasia.- 8 Pages: Richard K.

Peach, in Cognition and Acquired Language Disorders, Specificity of attention interventions for language disorders. The outcomes associated with attentional treatments for acquired language disorders have been weak (Rohling, Faust, Beverly, & Demakis, ) and are most likely due to the generalized or non-specific approach that these studies have taken with regard to.

Acquired Speech and Language Disordersoffers a unique integrated approach to the neurology and anatomical functions of speech language disorders. The book provides a specific and thorough explanation of the neurological basis of speech and language deficits occurring subsequent to neurological diseases or brain injury.

Acquired Speech and Language Disorders offers a unique integrated approach to the neurology and anatomical functions of speech language disorders. The book provides a specific and thorough explanation of the neurological basis of speech and language deficits occurring subsequent to neurological diseases or brain injury.5/5(2).

Acquired Speech and Language Disorders: A neuroanatomical and functional neurological approach by Murdoch, B. and a great selection of related books, art. Abstract. Aphasia is an acquired language disorder secondary to stroke or other acquired brain injury. Most individuals with aphasia present with some degree of oral language impairment that includes expressive and or auditory comprehension deficits.

The hallmark feature of aphasia is a. This book provides a comprehensive coverage of the neurological basis of both the clinically recognised forms of aphasia and the various motor speech disorders, in both children and adults.

It also covers more recently recognised language disorders, such as Parkinsons and related diseases, right hemisphere damage, closed-head injury, dementia, etc. The book covers speech and language disorders associated with a variety of subcortical conditions, ranging from major degenerative conditions such as Parkinsons’ Disease, Huntington’s chorea.

For children with speech disorders, it can be tough forming the sounds that make up speech or putting sentences together. Signs of a speech disorder include: Trouble with p, b, m, h, and w sounds Author: Dennis Newman.

Acquired Neurological Speech/Language Disorders In Childhood - CRC Press Book The long-held belief that acquired aphasia in children is primarily of the non-fluent type has been challenged in .The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders.

In book: The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders, pp - speech and language pathologists.Apraxia of speech is sometimes called acquired apraxia of speech, verbal apraxia, or dyspraxia.

It is a motor speech disorder. It is a motor speech disorder. You can also have apraxia in other parts of your body, like in your arms or legs.