COPYRIGHT YEAR

1984

AUTHORS

Yvan Lebrun, Françoise Devreux

TITLE

Alexia in Relation to Aphasia and Agnosia

ABSTRACT

For many years acquired reading disorders were classified with reference to the other verbal deficits which accompanied the reading impairment. Alexia without concomitant impairment of spoken language was distinguised fron alexia associated with aphasia. Following Dejerine’s lead (1892), the former was usually subdivided into pure alexia and alexia with agraphia. As regards alexia with aphasia, a distinction was made according to whether the accompanying speech disorder was sensory or motor. Alexia occurring in the context of motor aphasia was termed third alexia by Benson (1977), who contrasted it with pure alexia on the one hand and with alexia accompanied by agraphia but without disturbance of spoken language, on the other hand. Goldstein (1948, p. 120–125), as for one, regarded pure alexia and alexia with agraphia as primary alexias, and alexia with aphasia as a secondary alexia.

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