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Table of Contents
|Basic Considerations||p. 1|
|Introduction to Language Intervention Strategies in Adult Aphasia||p. 3|
|Neural Basis of Language Disorders||p. 20|
|Medical Aspects of Stroke Rehabilitation||p. 42|
|Assessment of Language Disorders in Adults||p. 64|
|Principles of Language Intervention||p. 161|
|Research Principles for the Clinician||p. 163|
|Aphasia Treatment: Recovery, Prognosis, and Clinical Effectiveness||p. 186|
|Delivering Language Intervention Services to Adults with Neurogenic Communication Disorders||p. 203|
|Teams and Partnerships in Aphasia Intervention||p. 229|
|Issues in Assessment and Treatment for Bilingual and Culturally Diverse Patients||p. 245|
|Psychosocial/Functional Approaches to Intervention: Focus on Improving Ability to Perform Communication Activities of Daily Living||p. 277|
|Life-Participation Approach to Aphasia: A Statement of Values for the Future||p. 279|
|Social Approaches to Aphasia Intervention||p. 290|
|Environmental Approach to Adult Aphasia||p. 319|
|Focusing on the Consequences of Aphasia: Helping Individuals Get What They Need||p. 349|
|Group Therapy for Aphasia: Theoretical and Practical Considerations||p. 376|
|Traditional Approaches to Language Intervention||p. 401|
|Schuell's Stimulation Approach to Rehabilitation||p. 403|
|Thematic Language-Stimulation Therapy||p. 450|
|Cognitive Stimulation: Stimulation of Recognition/Comprehension, Memory, and Convergent, Divergent, and Evaluative Thinking||p. 469|
|Early Management of Wernicke's Aphasia: A Context-Based Approach||p. 507|
|Rehabilitation of Subcortical Aphasia||p. 530|
|Primary Progressive Aphasia and Apraxia of Speech||p. 543|
|Global Aphasia: Indentification and Management||p. 565|
|Cognitive Neuropsychological Approaches to Treatment of Language Disorders|
|Cognitive Neuropsychological Approaches to Treatment of Language Disorders: Introduction||p. 595|
|Impairments of Word Comprehension and Production||p. 607|
|Comprehension and Production of Sentences||p. 632|
|Comprehension and Production of Written Words||p. 654|
|Cognitive Neurolinguistic Approaches to the Treatment of Language Disorders|
|Language Rehabilitation from a Neural Perspective||p. 689|
|Treatment of Syntactic and Morphologic Deficits in Agrammatic Aphasia: Treatment of Underlying Forms||p. 735|
|Language-Oriented Treatment: A Psycholinguistic Approach to Aphasia||p. 756|
|Treatment of Aphasia Subsequent to the Porch Index of Communicative Ability (PICA)||p. 800|
|Specialized Interventions for Patients With Aphasia|
|Communication-Based Interventions: Augmented and Alternative Communication for People with Aphasia||p. 814|
|Melodic Intonation Therapy||p. 837|
|Computer Applications in Aphasia Treatment||p. 852|
|Therapy for Associated Neuropathologies of Speech- And Language-Related Functions||p. 877|
|Communication Disorders Associated with Traumatic Brain Injury||p. 879|
|Communication Disorders Associated with Right-Hemisphere Damage||p. 963|
|Management of Neurogenic Communication Disorders Associated with Dementia||p. 988|
|The Nature and Management of Neuromotor Speech Disorders Accompanying Aphasia||p. 1009|
|Author Index||p. 1043|
|Subject Index||p. 1073|
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