cover image

Psycholinguistics and aphasia [edited by] Harold Goodglass and Sheila Blumstein.

; Blumstein, Sheila, compiler
Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press [1973] .
ISBN 0801814375, 9780801814372

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
Gelman stacks
RC 425 .G67 Available Request
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
RC 425 .G67 Off-site
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
RC425 .G67 Off-site
George Mason
Fenwick stacks
RC425.G6 P8 Available Request
Lauinger stacks
RC425 .G67 Available Request
Off-Campus Shelving
RC425 .G67 Available Request
Founders Library stacks
RC425 G67 Available Request
Other Authors Blumstein, Sheila,
Subjects Afasie.
Description vi, 346 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 331-338) and index.
Contents General overview: Goodglass, H. and Blumstein, S. Psycholinguistics and aphasia: historical context and current problems. Weigl, E. and Blerwisch, M. Neuropsychology and linguistics: topics of common research. Jakobson, R. Toward a linguistic classification of aphasic impairments -- Phonology: Critchley, M. Articulatory defects in aphasia: the problem of Broca's aphemia. Lecours, A.R. and Lhermitte, F. Phonemic paraphasias: linguistic structures and tentative hypotheses. Shankweller, D. and Harris, K.S. An experimental approach to the problem of articulation in aphasia. Blumstein, S. Some phonological implications of aphasic speech -- Syntax: Spreen, O. Psycholinguistics and aphasia: the contribution of Arnold Pick. Panse, F. and Shimoyanma, T. On the effects of aphasic disturbance in Japanese agrammatism and paragrammatism. Josephs, L.A note of introduction. Goodglass, H. Studies on the grammar of aphasics -- Semantics and lexicon: Wepman, J.M. [and others] Psycholinguistic study of aphasia: a revision of the concept of anomia. Howes, D. Some experimental investigations of langauge in aphasia. Goodglass, H. [and others] Specific semantic word categories in aphasia. Kehoe, W.J. and Whitaker, H.A. Lexical structure disruption in aphasia: a case study -- Studies of several psycholinguistic dimensions: Dubois, J. [and others] Neurolinguistic study of conduction aphasia. Green, E. Phonological and grammatical aspects of jargon in an aphasic patlet: a case study. Alajouanine, T. and Lhermitte, F. The phonemic and semantic components of jargon aphasia. Selected bibliography (pages 331-338).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)668408
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Goodglass, Harold,
Publication timeline, list of works, related names and subjects and other information


Export citation to: RefWorks