YEARS

2008-2011

AUTHORS

Raymond Wilkinson

TITLE

Reconsidering aphasia and other communication disorders using an interactional approach

ABSTRACT

<p>In recent years there has been a significant growth of interest and activity by both academic researchers and practitioners such as speech and language therapists in applying the socio-linguistic approach of Conversation Analysis (CA) to the investigation and treatment of communication disorders. These disorders include, for example, aphasia (a language disorder acquired following brain damage), stammering, and communication disorders associated with autism or dementia. As yet, however, there has not been the kind of extended and in-depth exploration of the application of CA to aphasia and other communication disorders which would allow this relatively new approach to be appropriately investigated in terms of its theoretical and clinical implications. The aim of this research, therefore, is to extend and communicate the research into how CA, along with closely allied perspectives within psychology and linguistics, constitutes a distinctive, interactional, approach which can be used to reconsider, and provide novel insights into, the nature of aphasia and other communication disorders as well as, ultimately,  providing better treatment for the real-life problems these communication disorders cause.  The work will involve the production of a monograph, an edited book, a number of new journal papers and book chapters and the organization of an international conference.<br /> </p>

FUNDED PUBLICATIONS

  • Acquired dysarthria in conversation: identifying sources of understandability problems.
  • Applying conversation analysis to traumatic brain injury: investigating touching another person in everyday social interaction.
  • Investigating interactional competencies in Parkinson's disease: the potential benefits of a conversation analytic approach.
  • The collaborative construction of non-serious episodes of interaction by non-speaking children with cerebral palsy and their peers.
  • Interaction-focused intervention for acquired language disorders: facilitating mutual adaptation in couples where one partner has aphasia.
  • Rehabilitation targeted at everyday communication: can we change the talk of people with aphasia and their significant others within conversation?
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