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Medicina: Neuropsicologia cognitiva

dysphasia clicca per ingrandire
Attestation 3
Part of speech Noun
Grammatical label uncountable
Definition Language function disorders. However, by tradition, the term aphasia is used.
Language function disorders due to brain lesion. This term is not equal to aphasia which refers to a complete absence of language. However, by tradition, the term “aphasia” is used.
Definition source Loring W.D. 1999
Loring D.W. 1999
Context At the same time, we must make it clear that it provides materials for only a circumscribed part of what needs to be assessed when one investigates the language abilities of a person with dysphasia. In the first place it is concerned primarily with language as a complex series of mental processing steps and makes a somewhat artificial distinction between this and what we do when we use language to communicate.
Context source Code et al. 1989
Subject field Aphasia
Related concept Aphasia, Language, Etiology, Aphasic syndromes, Aphasic deficits
it Disfasia
Reliability code 3
Note Aphasia and Dysphasia refer to two different disorders but they are currently used as synonyms.

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