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1998

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Nils R. Varney

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Neuropsychological Assessment of Aphasia

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Aphasia has been the subject of fascination for some and bewilderment for many since the mid-18th century. Controversy about aphasia originated with the term aphasia itself, which was offered by the French neurologist Trosseau in competition with Broca’s personal choice, “aphemia” (Benton, 1981). Although the term aphasia has now gained general acceptance, its definition and implications remain the subject of what is sometimes an acrimonious debate. For example, some view aphasia as a single or unitary disability while others refer to aphasic disorders and view aphasia as a class of disabilities. In addition, controversies about whether specific varieties of aphasia exist remain unresolved. With so much controversy, it is not at all surprising that even experienced neuropsychologists regard aphasia as a very complex area.

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