COPYRIGHT YEAR

1993

AUTHORS

Sumiko Sasanuma

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Aphasia Treatment in Japan

ABSTRACT

The dawn of scientific investigation of aphasia in Japan dates back almost one hundred years. Until the end of the 1950s, however, studies focused largely on clinico-pathological correlates of aphasia, and were conducted mostly by physicians with a theoretical background in European psychiatry or neuropsychiatry. In the early 1960s a more empirical/pragmatic approach to the problem of aphasia was first introduced to this country through a new discipline called speech and language pathology (or logopedics in some European countries). Since that time, there has been an increasing interest in the therapeutic aspects of language and communication disorders in aphasia, with substantial expansion of the field as a whole. The past two decades have witnessed significant development in the level of both theoretical and technical sophistication in clinical aphasiology.

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