COPYRIGHT YEAR

1988

AUTHORS

Yves Joanette, Michel Poncet, Sylviane Valdois, Jean-Luc Nespoulous

TITLE

Afferent Motor Aphasia and Conduction Aphasia

ABSTRACT

The term phonemic paraphasia refers to a variety of aphasic “transformations,” which, in the absence of arthric disorders, alter the phonological structure of a word so that phonemic units are deleted, displaced, added, or substituted (Lecours & Lhermitte, 1969). Such transformations belong to the symptomatology of oral expression of many clinical types of aphasia (Blumstein, 1973; Nespoulous, Lecours, Deloche, Joanette, & Lhermitte, 1982b; Lecours, Lhermitte, & Bryans, 1983; Martory, & Messerli, 1983; Nespoulous & Borrell, 1979).

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