COPYRIGHT YEAR

1996

AUTHORS

Wendy Kaiser, Lesley Jordan

TITLE

What is aphasia?

ABSTRACT

In Chapter 2 we have described how aphasia may affect the lives of aphasic people and their families. This chapter aims to describe our understanding today of the nature of aphasia, contrasting it to normal adult communication, and drawing on ideas about communication breakdown that have developed over the last century. The chapter goes on to explain recent research on brain activity and function using positron emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanning methods (p. 45) and relates the findings to clinical observations of aphasic communicative behaviour. A discussion about the incidence and prevalence of aphasia then follows.

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