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Anomic aphasia

DysnomiaNominal aphasiaAmnesic aphasia
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Measuring discourse coherence in anomic aphasia using Rhetorical Structure Theory.
Last Updated: Aug 02, 2019

The existing body of work regarding discourse coherence in aphasia has provided mixed results, leaving the question of coherence being impaired or intact as a result of brain injury unanswered. In this study, discourse coherence in non-brain-damaged (NBD) speakers and speakers with ...

Sensory-specific anomic aphasia following left occipital lesions: data from free oral descriptions of concrete word meanings.
Last Updated: Nov 13, 2018

The present study investigated hierarchical lexical semantic structure in oral descriptions of concrete word meanings produced by a subject (ZZ) diagnosed with anomic aphasia due to left occipital lesions. The focus of the analysis was production of a) nouns at different levels of ...

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