From the Brain to the Mouth: Acquired Dysarthria and Dysfluency in Adults / Edition 1by Y. Lebrun
Pub. Date: 01/31/1997
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
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The book offers new insights into acquired dysarthria in adults as well as a detailed discussion of the problems raised by the nature, assessment and therapy of acquired dysfluency in adults. It highlights the relationships that obtain between the two conditions and proposes a neurobiological interpretation of stuttering.
The book is designed for neuropsychologists, neurolinguists, neurologists, neuropsychiatrists, speech therapists and speech scientists.
Table of ContentsPreface. Introduction:- Acquired Dysarthria and Dysfluency in Adults; Y. Lebrun. Dysarthria:- Acoustic Analysis of Durational Speech Parameters in Neurological Dysarthrias; I. Hertrich, H. Ackermann. The Importance of Dysarthria in Differential Diagnosis: A Case Study; P. Coppens, R.R. Robey. Repair Strategies and Consonantal Cluster Production in Broca's Aphasia; J.-L. Nespoulous, N. Moreau. Acute Neurogenic Speechlessness; M. Ventura, et al. Slowly Progressive Dysarthria; H. van Dongen, et al. Dysfluency:- Adult-Onset Stuttering; Y. Lebrun. Idiopathic Stuttering Onset in Adults; M.M. Leahy, T. Stewart. The Differential Diagnosis of Late-Onset Stuttering; J. van Borsel, et al. A Case of Acquired Stuttering Following Brain Damage; H. Bijleveld, A.-M. Simon. Aggravation or Recurrence of Pre-Existing Stuttering Following Brain Damage Suffered in Adulthood; J. van Borsel, V. Cappaert. Index.
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