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  1. Comprehensive Aphasia Test

    By Kate Swinburn, Gillian Porter, David Howard

    The Comprehensive Aphasia Test (CAT) is a test for people who have acquired aphasia and can be completed over one or two assessment sessions. The battery contains a cognitive screen, a language battery and a disability questionnaire. The cognitive section assesses people's abilities across a...

    Published November 18th 2004 by Psychology Press

  2. Comprehensive Aphasia Test

    Scoring Book (pack of 10)

    By Kate Swinburn, Gillian Porter, David Howard

    Each Scoring Book is a complete set of score sheets for the Comprehensive Aphasia Test bound together in a convenient booklet with intuitive layout for scoring of each sub-test. Front page features a client information sheet for easy filing, whilst a master page allows for recording re-test scores...

    Published November 18th 2004 by Psychology Press

  3. Can Literacy Change Brain Anatomy?

    A Special Issue of the International Journal of Psychology

    Edited by Feggy Ostrosky-Solis

    Series: Special Issues of the International Journal of Psychology

    Several studies have suggested that education and/or literacy may protect not only against the effects of biological aging but also against the clinical manifestation of cerebral neuropathology. In clinical neuro-psychology, much debate has centered on whether the brain is more likely to...

    Published June 3rd 2004 by Psychology Press

  4. 33rd Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference

    A Special Issue of Aphasiology

    Edited by Patrick Doyle

    Series: Special Issues of Aphasiology

    The papers that appear in this special edition of Aphasiology were selected based upon their theoretical importance, clinical relevance, and scientific merit from among the many platform and poster presentations comprising the 33rd Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference convened in Orcas Island,...

    Published May 20th 2004 by Psychology Press

  5. Words and Things: Cognitive Neuropsychological Studies in Tribute to Eleanor M. Saffran

    A Special Issue of Cognitive Neuropsychology

    Edited by Marlene Behrmann, Karalyn Patterson

    Series: Special Issues of Cognitive Neuropsychology

    To understand mental function, we need to uncover the representations and processes underlying our ability to comprehend and to produce words, sentences,numbers and objects (or pictures of them). The unique contribution of the field of cognitive neuropsychology is the investigation of these...

    Published April 1st 2004 by Routledge

  6. PALPA: Ten Years After

    A Special Issue of Aphasiology

    By Professor Chris Code

    Series: Special Issues of Aphasiology

    The ‘PALPA’ (Pyscholinguistic Assessment of Language Processing) has become a popular resource for clinician and researcher since its publication in 1992. It is timely, therefore, that Aphasiology should host this Special Issue devoted to the PALPA, which includes papers from workers who are...

    Published April 1st 2004 by Psychology Press

  7. Quality of Life in Aphasia

    A Special Issue of Aphasiology

    Edited by Audrey Holland, Linda WORRALL

    Series: Special Issues of Aphasiology

    Improving quality of life could be considered the ultimate goal of aphasia rehabilitation. Understanding clients' perspectives of their own quality of life is also crucial for targeting appropriate and effective interventions. Measuring quality of life is also an important outcome measure, crucial...

    Published April 3rd 2003 by Psychology Press

  8. New Techniques for Identifying the Neural Substrates of Language

    A Special Issue of Aphasiology

    Edited by Argye Hillis

    Series: Special Issues of Aphasiology

    This issue includes studies demonstrating how advanced imaging techniques and new methods of recording brain function can reveal areas of the brain that are essential for specific language processes. The first two papers report use of arterial spin labelling (ASL) perfusion MRI to identify areas of...

    Published November 28th 2002 by Psychology Press

  9. Cognitive Neuropsychological Approaches to Spoken Word Production

    A Special Issue of Aphasiology

    Edited by Lyndsey Nickels

    Series: Macquarie Monographs in Cognitive Science

    The papers in this volume all examine the nature of spoken word production in aphasia, and how this can inform current theories of language processing. It comprises 7 papers by some of the foremost researchers in the field. The first paper in the volume is an introduction by the editor (Dr Lyndsey...

    Published May 2nd 2002 by Psychology Press

  10. The Aphasia Therapy File

    Volume 1

    Edited by Sally Byng, Carole Pound, Kate Swinburn

    Different from a textbook or academic journal, the File represents a collection of explicit descriptions about therapy interventions written by practitioners themselves. The description of the rationale for the therapy, the intervention itself and evaluation of outcomes are of paramount importance....

    Published August 30th 2001 by Psychology Press