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AuthorMurdoch, B. E. author
TitleAcquired Speech and Language Disorders [electronic resource] : A neuroanatomical and functional neurological approach / by B. E. Murdoch
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1990
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4899-3458-1
Descript X, 349 p. online resource

SUMMARY

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 speechยญ language pathology. This perception was gained from almost two decades of teaching in the areas of neuroanatomy and acquired neuroยญ 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. Although a plethora of excellent texts devoted specifically to each of the subjects of neuroanatomy, neurology and aphasiology have been published, few have attemped to integrate these individual subject areas in such a way as to provide a more clear understanding of the neurological bases of clinically recognized forms of aphasia and motor speech disorders. In writing this text, I have attempted to provide a better balance between neuroanatomy-neurology and. speech-language pathology. Relevant areas of neuroanatomy and neurology are introduced and discussed in the context of specific speech and language disorders. In this way, I have aimed at providing a better link between the relevant neuroanatomical and neurological knowledge on the one hand, and specific neurologically based communication disorders on the other, in order to enhance the reader's understanding of the origins, course and prognosis of these disorders. Of course the writing of any book requires the support and encouragement of other people. This text was no exception


CONTENT

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 Dysarthria associated with upper and lower motor neurone lesions -- 9 Dysarthrias associated with extra-pyramidal syndromes -- 10 Dysarthrias associated with lesions in other motor systems -- 11 Acquired aphasia in childhood -- References


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