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The Handbook of Neurolinguistics is a state-of-the-art reference and resource book; it describes current research and theory in the many subfields of neurolinguistics and its clinical application. Thorough and clearly written, the Handbook provides an excellent overview of the field of neurolinguistics and its development.
The book is organized into five parts covering the history of neurolinguistics, methods in clinical and experimental neurolinguistics, experimental neurolinguistics, clinical neurolinguistics, and resources in neurolinguistics. The first four parts contain a wide range of topics which discuss all important aspects of the many subfields of neurolinguistics. Also included are the relatively new and fast developing areas of research in discourse, pragmatics, and recent neuroimaging techniques. The resources section provides currently available resources, both traditional and modern. The Handbook is useful to the newcomer to the field, as well as the expert searching for the latest developments in neurolinguistics.

Key Features
* Clearly written and well organized
* Provides extensive resources
* Discusses both history and current research
* Covers the many subfields of neurolinguistics as well the developing areas of research

Audience: Researchers and clinicians in neuropsychology, neuro- and psycholinguistics. Libraries and hospitals.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780126660555
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 12/28/1997
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 788
  • Product dimensions: 7.74 (w) x 9.58 (h) x 1.53 (d)

Table of Contents

G. Gainotti, Category-Specific Disorders for Nouns and Verbs: A Very Old and Very New Problem.
H. Goodglass, Advances in Neurolinguistic Research.
A.R. Lecours and M. Simard, Cerebral Substrate of Language: Ontogenesis, Senescence, Aphasia, and Recoveries.
History of Neurolinguistics:
H.A. Whitaker, Neurolinguistics from the Middle Ages to the Pre-Modern Era: Historical Vignettes.
Clinical and Experimental Methods in Neurolinguistics:
K. Willmes, Methodological and Statistical Considerations in Cognitive Neurolinguistics.
J. Neils-Strunjas, Clinical Assessment Strategies: Evaluation of Language Comprehension and Production by Formal Test Batteries.
C. Westbury, Research Strategies: Psychological and Psycholinguistic Methods in Neurolinguistics.
S.J. Segalowitz and H. Chevalier, Event-Related Potential (ERP) Research in Neurolinguistics: Part I: Techniques and Applications to Lexical Access.
S.J. Segalowitz and H. Chevalier, Event-Related Potential (ERP) Research in Neurolinguistics: Part II: Language Processing and Acquisition.
H.A. Whitaker, Electrical Stimulation Mapping of Language Cortex.
J-F. Demonet, Tomographic Brain Imaging of Language Functions: Prospects for a New Brain/Language Model.
A.C. Papanicolaou, P.G. Simos, and L.F.H. Basile, Applications of Magnetoencephalography to Neurolinguistic Research.
P. Luu and D.M. Tucker, Vertical Integration of Neurolinguistic Mechanisms.
N.F. Dronkers and C.A. Ludy, Brain Lesion Analysis in Clinical Research.
J.A. Fields and A.I. Troster, The Sodium Amytal (Wada) Test: Procedural and Interpretative Considerations.
Experimental Neurolinguistics:
A. Levels of Language Representation and Processing: Linguistic and Psychological Aspects:

J.T. Gandour, Phonetics and Phonology.
G. Jarema, The Breakdown of Morphology in Aphasia: A Cross-Language Perspective.
P. Hagoort, The Shadows of Lexical Meaning in Patients with Semantic Impairments.
H. Kolk, Disorders of Syntax in Aphasia: Linguistic-Descriptive and Processing Approaches.
Y. Chantraine, Y. Joanette, and D. Cardebat, Impairments of Discourse-Level Representations and Processes.
Z. Eviatar, Attention as a Psychological Entity and Its Effects on Language and Communication.
M. Van der Linden and M. Poncelet, The Role of Working Memory in Language and Communication Disorders.
D. Van Lancker and N.A. Pachana, The Influence of Emotion on Language and Communication Disorders.
D. Corina, The Processing of Sign Language: Evidence from Aphasia.
S. Dehaene and L. Cohen, Levels of Representation in Number Processing.
A.E. Harris and S.L. Small, Computational Models of Normal and Impaired Language in the Brain.
B. Lateralization of Language and communication:
M. Hiscock, Brain Lateralization across the Life Span.
E. Zaidel, Language in the Right Hemisphere Following Callosal Disconnection.
M. Kinsbourne, The Right Hemisphere and Recovery from Aphasia.
F. Aboitiz and A. Ide, Anatomical Asymmetries in Language-Related Cortex and Their Relation to Callosal Function.
J.B. Hellige, Unity of Language and Communication: Interhemispheric Interaction in the Lateralized Brain.
Part IV: Clinical Neurolinguistics:
A. Language and Communication in Special Populations and in Various Disease Processes

M. Paradis, Language and Communication in Multilinguals.
B. Crosson and S.E. Nadeau, The Role of Subcortical Structures in Linguistic Processes: Recent Developments.
M.M. Cherrier, M.F. Mendez, J.L. Cummings, and D.F. Benson, Language and Communication in Non-Alzheimer's Dementias.
P. Caramelli, L.L. Mansur, and R. Nitrini, Language and Communication Disorders in Dementia of the Alzheimer Type.
H. Cohen, Language Impairment in Parkinson's Disease.
S. McDonald, Communication and Language Disturbances Following Traumatic Brain Injury.
J.I. Tracy, Language Abnormalities in Psychosis: Evidence for the Interaction between Cognitive and Linguistic Mechanisms.
B. Language and Communication in Developmental Disorders:
G. Denes, Landau-Kleffner Syndrome: Clinical and Linguistic Aspects.
S. Sarkari, A.A. Tan, and D.L. Molfese, The Development of Language in Some Neurological Diseases.
F. Happe, Language and Communication Disorders in Autism and Asperger's Syndrome.
C. Recovery from and Rehabilitation of Language and Communication Disorders:
S.F. Cappa, Spontaneous Recovery from Aphasia.
L. Blomert, Recovery from Language Disorders: Interactions between Brain and Rehabilitation.
N. Martin, Recovery and Treatment of Acquired Reading and Spelling Disorders.
P.H.K. Seymour, Neurolinguistic Issues in the Treatment of Childhood Literacy Disorders.
V.M. Roth and R.C. Katz, The Role of Computers in Aphasia Rehabilitation.
Resources in Clinical and Experimental Neurolinguistics and Related Fields:
B. MacWhinney, Computational Transcript Analysis and Language Disorders.
B. Stemmer and B. Gahl, Neurolinguistic and Related Assessment and Rehabilitation Software: A Listing.
B. Stemmer and S. Lacher, Neurolinguistic and Related Journal and Book Resources: A Listing.
B. Stemmer and M. Hild, Neurolinguistic and Related Resources on the Internet: A Listing.
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