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Presented in this article is a discussion of current progress in behavioral, cognitive, and neuroanatomic definitions of apraxia of speech (AOS). A behavioral definition summarizes the speech symptoms that should be considered diagnostic of AOS with or without co-occurring aphasia and dysarthria. AOS is defined in cognitive terms as an impairment in the(More)
There exist few clinical assessments for limb apraxia, a disorder of learned, purposeful action, that enable clinicians to distinguish pathological from normal variance in limb praxis performance. We describe a theoretically motivated, comprehensive assessment battery for limb apraxia and present control comparison scores for 16 older healthy normal(More)
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(Week 9). The report must be submitted both in hardcopy and online.-Written prac exercise based on prac material (10% of total mark).-Performance in class debate in Week 4 (5% of total)-Practical class attendance and participation (5% of the total mark) NB: It is a requirement to pass the course that you attend a minimum of 80% of pracs. IT IS YOUR(More)
Practical class attendance and participation (5% of the total mark) NB: It is a requirement to pass the course that you attend a minimum of 80% of pracs. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO ATTEND THE PRAC YOU ARE ENROLLED IN TO BE MARKED AS PRESENT. i.e. Tutors can not be expected to notify other tutors to confirm your attendance if you do not attend your(More)
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