By Bruce E. Murdoch
The long-held trust that received aphasia in young children is basically of the non-fluent style has been challenged in recent times. This e-book discusses language difficulties bobbing up from cerebro-vascular injuries happening in formative years, and from different
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As Carrow-Woolfolk and Lynch (1982:334) state ‘once speech re-emerges children may have name-finding difficulties but they do not display the paraphasic or misnaming symptoms characteristic of adults’. ) Naming disorders in children with acquired aphasia have been described by Hécaen (1983) as frequent and persistent, and are often noted in school reports. e. 44 per cent), between 3½ and 15 years of age, to have naming disorders. No significant difference was found in the number of subjects with naming disorders when examined for site or cause of lesion or for the age of the subject.
Eight further subjects were unable to copy, while a further five children were capable of dictation and spontaneous writing; however, their attempts showed a dysorthographia. These errors were generally of a phonetic nature. Another five subjects (all between 13 and 15 years of age) had jargon distortions in their written work. Six months later, half the 22 subjects assessed by Alajouanine and Lhermitte (1965) had shown improvement in their alexia while the other half still showed severe disorders in, or total lack of, reading.
1985). They assessed eight left-lesioned and eight right26 Acquired Childhood Aphasia: Neuropathology, Characteristics and Prognosis lesioned children and two groups of appropriate controls. , 1969). While subject numbers used by Aram et al. These speech errors reported by Rankin et al. (1981) and Aram et al. (1985) must be assumed to be articulation errors rather than speech errors associated with dysarthria or dyspraxia by the omission of such statements to the contrary in the two studies. , 1980).
Acquired Neurological Speech Language Disorders In Childhood (Brain Damage, Behaviour and Cognition) by Bruce E. Murdoch