Vergleich der oralen mit der graphischen Performanz bei 175 Aphasikern View Full Text


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DATE

1980-06

AUTHORS

A. Leischner, K. Mattes, U. Mallin

ABSTRACT

In 175 aphasics (50 global, 50 mixed, 50 motor-amnestic and 25 sensory-amnestic) the spontaneous oral and graphic performances were compared. They were quantified by means of a six-graded scale. In the group of global aphasics the same number of patients showed either identical or different results in both performances. Among the global aphasics which obtained different results, the number of patients with a better oral performance was identical with that of those who had a better graphic performance. In the other types of aphasia the results in both performances were mostly different. Mixed and sensory-amnestic aphasics were mostly better in spontaneous speech than in spontaneous writing. The motor-amnestic aphasics did not show such predominance in one performance. Therefore, during the improvement of aphasias the performances in spontaneous speech and in spontaneous writing can improve independently but to the stage of improvement seems to be a related factor. More... »

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213-222

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00342347

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7416936


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