By Martha Taylor Sarno
With chapters containing as much as 50 percentage new assurance, this ebook presents an intensive replace of the newest learn and improvement within the region of got aphasia. insurance contains the indicators of aphasia, overview, neuropsychology, the explicit linguistic deficits linked to aphasia, comparable issues, restoration, and rehabilitation. This finished compilation, written by means of one of the most an expert employees within the box, presents an authoritative textual content and reference for graduate scholars, clinicians, and researchers.
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Acquired Aphasia, Third Edition by Martha Taylor Sarno