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    Immagina che improvvisamente le persone intorno a te, le persone a te più care, gli amici, gli estranei si mettano a parlare una lingua a te sconosciuta. Non capisci cosa ti dicono e non riesci a farti capire. Riconosci il quotidiano che leggi regolarmente e ti accorgi che anche quello è scritto in una lingua a te ignota. Ti rendi conto di essere in ospedale, ma perché? Ti parlano, ma tu non capisci e non sai porre domande. Finalmente arriva tuo figlio, ti guarda, ti parla... anche lui in questa nuova lingua! Piano piano ti rendi conto che non è il mondo che è cambiato, sei tu a essere cambiato; non lo sai ma sei diventato afasico.
  • In this paper, we describe the case of a right-handed man, MR, who after right thalamic haemorrhage presented subtranscortical aphasia. Of the disturbances generally associated with standard left hemisphere functions, the patient presented acalculia but not apraxia. Among the functions attributed to the standard right hemisphere, MR showed impairment in affective language and presented unilateral neglect and a strong position preference.
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    Störungen im Umgang mit Zahlen, die als Folge einer Hirnschädigung bei Erwachsenen auftreten, werden schon seit dem 19.Jahrhundert berichtet (vgl. Levin u. Spiers 1985). Die systematische Erforschung derartiger Störungen aber, die mit dem Begriff „Akalkulie“ (Henschen 1919) zusammengefaßt werden können, blieb begrenzt. Besonders innerhalb der neuropsychologischen Rehabilitationsforschung wurde die „Akalkulie“ bislang vernachlässigt; es fehlt an differenzierten, standardisierten Diagnostikverfahren ebenso wie an spezifischen Therapieprogrammen.
  • The nature of coding in verbal short-term memory has been a topic of some considerable debate. Much of the evidence for phonological coding in normal adults is based on the phonological similarity effect; the finding that sequences of items that are phonologically similar to one another are less well recalled than items that are phonologically dissimilar (Conrad, 1964).
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    Afferent dysgraphia is an acquired writing deficit characterized by deletions and duplications of letters and strokes. The commonly accepted interpretation is that patients do not use visual and kinaesthetic input. In this paper, we describe a woman who, following right brain damage, made errors almost exclusively involving letters with repeated strokes. She was normal at a kinaesthetic recognition task and, like the control subjects, produced more errors when blindfolded. We conclude that afferent dysgraphia does not result neither from an impairment of vision and kinaesthesis, or from an attentional deficit. Rather, it results from a defective mechanism, specific to handwriting, which computes afferent information to keep track of position in letter and stroke sequences.
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    The efficacy of aphasia therapy has been demonstrated in group and single case studies. However, in group studies, treatment was underspecified and replication was impossible. In single case studies, treatment was clearly defined and experimentally controlled but its scope was generally limited, e.g. learning of a pre-determined and relatively low number of words or reading of irregular words. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of an intensive (4–5 h/day), clearly defined, and model-based treatment in a subject—DA—with multiple language disorders who was beyond the period of spontaneous recovery. DA underwent a general neuropsychological and language evaluation 8 months post-onset. He had moderate comprehension disorders, reading and writing were slow and severely damaged, and his speech was agrammatic. DA's spontaneous production was analysed according to the Quantitative Production Analysis (QPA) method. Treatment lasted 8 months and was directed at each functional impairment.Results at the first and the final evaluation were compared. Important differences were found in many language tasks and in spontaneous production, showing that intensive and model-based treatment can improve the patient's daily use of language, even in a chronic subject past the period of spontaneous recovery.
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    Malingered speech-language deficit is an under-investigated area, and few cases have been reported in the literature. We present two litigant patients who claim a loss of ability in speaking and understanding a second language in order to obtain financial compensation. A determination of definite primary malingered neurocognitive dysfunction was made on the basis of the evidence of an exaggerated cognitive impairment in relation to neuroradiological alterations and poor performance on tests sensitive to noncredible performance. These elements led us to consider the loss of second language to be noncredible. Clinical and forensic examiners should consider the possibility that non-native-language speakers can stage a language communication disorder limited to their second language to gain financial compensation.
  • In this paper, we describe the case of a right-handed man, MR, who after right thalamic haemorrhage presented subtranscortical aphasia. Of the disturbances generally associated with standard left hemisphere functions, the patient presented acalculia but not apraxia. Among the functions attributed to the standard right hemisphere, MR showed impairment in affective language and presented unilateral neglect and a strong position preference.
  • Afferent dysgraphia is an acquired writing deficit characterized by deletions and duplications of letters and strokes. The commonly accepted interpretation is that patients do not use visual and kinaesthetic input. In this paper, we describe a woman who, following right brain damage, made errors almost exclusively involving letters with repeated strokes. She was normal at a kinaesthetic recognition task and, like the control subjects, produced more errors when blindfolded. We conclude that afferent dysgraphia does not result neither from an impairment of vision and kinaesthesis, or from an attentional deficit. Rather, it results from a defective mechanism, specific to handwriting, which computes afferentinformation to keep track of position in letter and stroke sequences.
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    The efficacy of aphasia therapy has been demonstrated in group and single case studies. However, in group studies, treatment was underspecified and replication was impossible. In single case studies, treatment was clearly defined and experimentally controlled but its scope was generally limited, e.g. learning of a pre-determined and relatively low number of words or reading of irregular words. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of an intensive (4–5 h/day), clearly defined, and model-based treatment in a subject—DA—with multiple language disorders who was beyond the period of spontaneous recovery. DA underwent a general neuropsychological and language evaluation 8 months post-onset. He had moderate comprehension disorders, reading and writing were slow and severely damaged, and his speech was agrammatic. DA's spontaneous production was analysed according to the Quantitative Production Analysis (QPA) method. Treatment lasted 8 months and was directed at each functional impairment.Results at the first and the final evaluation were compared. Important differences were found in many language tasks and in spontaneous production, showing that intensive and model-based treatment can improve the patient's daily use of language, even in a chronic subject past the period of spontaneous recovery.
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