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New PDF release: Acquired Aphasia

By Martha Taylor Sarno

ISBN-10: 0126193223

ISBN-13: 9780126193220

With chapters containing as much as 50 percentage new insurance, this e-book presents an intensive replace of the most recent examine and improvement within the zone of received aphasia. insurance contains the indications of aphasia, review, neuropsychology, the explicit linguistic deficits linked to aphasia, comparable problems, restoration, and rehabilitation. This complete compilation, written by way of essentially the most a professional staff within the box, presents an authoritative textual content and reference for graduate scholars, clinicians, and researchers.

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A major advantage over PET is faster temporal resolution, but the spatial resolution has also advanced to a point beyond the hopes of most cognitive neuroscientists even 5 years ago. The implications of these advances for the study of aphasia have yet to be realized. Taken as a whole, the evolution of neuroimaging techniques over the past quarter century has changed forever the study of the neural basis of aphasia. These developments rest firmly on the autopsy studies that precede them, with most of the findings from the earlier studies standing the test of time.

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