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Pragmatics in Neurogenic Communication Disorders / Edition 1

Pragmatics in Neurogenic Communication Disorders / Edition 1

by Brill
     
 

ISBN-10: 0080430651

ISBN-13: 9780080430652

Pub. Date: 07/23/1998

Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.

Investigates the various types of deficits of pragmatic competence in different neurogenic communication disorders, and the use of pragmatic features as a compensatory strategy to supplement impaired linguistic competence. This book includes the use of metaphors, indirect speech acts, jokes, sarcasm, and any nonliteral interpretation.

Overview

Investigates the various types of deficits of pragmatic competence in different neurogenic communication disorders, and the use of pragmatic features as a compensatory strategy to supplement impaired linguistic competence. This book includes the use of metaphors, indirect speech acts, jokes, sarcasm, and any nonliteral interpretation.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780080430652
Publisher:
Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
07/23/1998
Edition description:
1ST
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
9.21(w) x 6.14(h) x 0.63(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction. The other side of language: pragmatic competence (M. Paradis). Impairment of Discourse. Pragmatic breakdown in patients with left and right brain damage: clinical implications (R.L. Bloom, L.K. Obler). Conversational abilities in patients with right hemisphere damage (Y. Chantraine et al.). Conversing in dementia: a conversation analytic approach (L. Perkins et al.). Discourse in fluent aphasia and Alzheimer's disease: linguistic and cognitive considerations (S. Bond Chapman et al.). Coherence and informativeness of discourse in two dementia types (M. Laine et al.). Other Pragmatic Deficits. Affective prosodic disturbance subsequent to right hemisphere stroke: a clinical application (R.T. Wertz et al.). The role of emotion in the linguistic and pragmatic aspects of aphasic performance (M. Perlman Lorch et al.). Literal vs. figurative meaning in patients with closed-head injury (K.L. Chobor, A. Schweiger). Shifting the burden to the interlocutor: compensation for pragmatic deficits in signers with Parkinson's disease (J. Kegl, H. Poizner). Pragmatics in frontal lobe dementia and primary progressive aphasia (J.B. Orange et al.). Compensatory Strategies. Pragmatics in the absence of verbal language: descriptions of a severe aphasic and a linguistically deprived adult (N.F. Dronkers et al.). The use of gestures as a compensatory strategy in adults with acquired aphasia compared to children with specific language impairment (B. Fex, A.-C. Månsson). Relationship between language impairment and pragmatic behavior in aphasic adults (J.A. Avent etal.). A cross language analysis of conversation in a trilingual speaker with aphasia (L. Springer et al.). Author index. Subject index.

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