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Medicina: Neuropsicologia cognitiva

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Attestation 3
Part of speech Noun
Grammatical label countable
Definition A facilitation provided by the therapist to the patient so as to rehabilitate his lexicon.
A facilitation provided by the therapist to the patient so as to rehabilitate his lexicon. Common cues can be of two types: phonemic and semantic cues.
Definition source Vista-Mead 2001
Vista-Mead 2001
Context He used English exclusively at work for 30 years before retiring 19 years pre-onset, using both Spanish and English every day since retiring, the Spanish translation equivalent was a successful cue to the retrieval of the English word. However, the reverse did not occur -i.e., an English translation equivalent did not facilitate retrieval of a Spanish word. This underscores the unidirectionality of translation skills available to some bilingual aphasics (see Paradis, Goldblum and Abidi, 1982; Paradis, 1984). In this case, unidirectionality is explained by the fact that the subject probably learned the names of English lexical items by reference to their Spanish equivalents, as suggested by the author (Bond, 1984: 133).
Context source Paradis 1993
Synonym Facilitation
Subject field Aphasia
Sub-field (level 1) Aphasiology
Sub-field (level 2) Clinical neuropsychology
Cognitive neuropsychology
Sub-field (level 3) Diagnosis-Neuropsychological test battery
Specific concept Semantic cue, Phonemic cue
Related concept Reaction time, Target word, Frequency effect
it Cue
Reliability code 3

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