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Clinical linguistics [electronic resource] : theory and applications in speech pathology and therapy / edited by Elisabetta Fava.

Publication:
Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins Pub., c2002.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (377 p.)
Series:
Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science. Current issues in linguistic theory ; Series IV, v. 227.
Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science. Series IV, Current issues in linguistic theory, 0304-0763 ; v. 227
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Subjects:
Speech disorders.
Communicative disorders.
Language disorders.
Speech therapy.
Applied linguistics.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
This book covers different aspects of speech and language pathology and it offers a fairly comprehensive overview of the complexity and the emerging importance of the field, by identifying and re-examining, from different perspectives, a number of standard assumptions in clinical linguistics and in cognitive sciences. The papers encompass different issues in phonetics, phonology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics, discussed with respect to deafness, stuttering, child acquisition and impairments, SLI, William's Syndrome deficit, fluent aphasia and agrammatism. The interdisciplinary complexity o
Contents:
CLINICAL LINGUISTICS; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; Acknowledgements; Table of contents; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; I. PHONOLOGY IN CLINICAL APPLICATIONS; PHONOLOGY AS HUMAN BEHAVIOR: THEORETICAL IMPLICATIONS AND COGNITIVE AND CLINICAL APPL ICATIONS; SEGMENTAL VS SYLLABLE MARKEDNESS: DELETION ERRORS IN THE PARAPHASIAS OF FLUENT AND NON-FLUENT APHASICS; II. WORDS IN DEAFNESS AND STUTTERING; MORPHOSYNTACTIC FRAGILITY IN THE SPOKEN AND WRITTEN ITALIAN OF THE DEAF; THE EXPLAN THEORY OF FLUENCY CONTROL APPLIED TO THE DIAGNOSIS OF STUTTERING
THE EXPLAN THEORY OF FLUENCY CONTROL APPLIED TO THE TREATMENT OF STUTTERINGIII. MORPHOLOGY AND SYNTAX IN CHILD LANGUAGE DISORDERS; VERB MOVEMENT AND FINITENESS IN LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT; A-BAR MOVEMENT CONSTRUCTIONS IN GREEK CHILDREN WITH SLI: EVIDENCE FOR DEFICITS IN THE SYNTACTIC COMPONENT OF LANGUAGE; MORPHOLOGICAL ACCESSIBILITY IN ZULU; LANGUAGE PRODUCTION IN JAPANESE PRESCHOOLERS WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT: TESTING THEORIES; IV. ISSUES ON GRAMMAR AND COGNITION; TESTING LINGUISTIC CONCEPTS: ARE WE TESTING SEMANTICS, SYNTAX OR PRAGMATICS?
SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT AND MODULARITY: LINGUISTIC AND NON-LINGUISTIC EXPLANATIONSTHE LANGUAGE/COGNITION INTERFACE: LESSONS FROM SLI AND WILLIAMS SYNDROME; V. GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURE IN APHASIA; GRAMMAR AND FLUENT APHASIA; FAILURE TO AGREE IN AGRAMMATISM; THE VERB AND SENTENCE TEST: ASSESSING VERB AND SENTENCE COMPREHENSION AND PRODUCTION IN APHASIA; CASE ASSIGNMENT AS AN EXPLANATION FOR DETERMINER OMISSION IN GERMAN AGRAMMATIC SPEECH; THE ROLE OF VERBAL MORPHOLOGY IN APHASIA DURING LEXICAL ACCESS: EVIDENCE FROM GREEK; INDEX OF SUBJECTS; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Fava, Elisabetta.
ISBN:
1-283-31217-4
9786613312174
90-272-7541-6
OCLC:
646383287