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The Boston naming test
A process for isolating a thromboplastic material from human placentae by solvent extraction techniques and it is obtained that is useful as a blood coagulant is obtained.
The assessment of aphasia and related disorders
This small volume is designed as an introduction to the Boston Diagnostic Aphasia Test and deals briefly with the authors' concept of aphasia as a neuropsychological, psycholinguistic phenomena.
Boston diagnostic aphasia examination
- H. Goodglass
- Medicine, Psychology
- 9 December 2013
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Disorders in executive control functions among aphasic and other brain-damaged patients.
The results suggest that aphasics' impairments in executive control are independent of their linguistic and visuospatial deficits and are specific to lesions in left frontal and prefrontal regions.
Lexical Retrieval in Healthy Aging
Production deficits in aphasia: A voice-onset time analysis
Normative data on the boston diagnostic aphasia examination, parietal lobe battery, and the boston naming Test
Abstract This report describes normative data for the Boston Diagnostic Aphasia Examination, the “Parietal Lobe Battery” (Goodglass & Kaplan, 1972), and the Boston Naming Test (Kaplan, Goodglass, &…
Studies in the grammar of aphasics
- H. Goodglass
Improvements in transit/combination case design are described and novel arrangements of cover latching mechanisms which are multi-functional to provide a hinging capability are disclosed which are operable in the angled recesses of the cover.
Phonological factors in auditory comprehension in aphasia