T I Babkina

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In contemporary neurological diagnostics, psycholinguistic methods are mainly used for the differentiation of speech disturbances of hemispheric origin. However, the possibilities for their use is significantly wider. The mental faculties of man, most of all for speech, are provided for not only by the cerebral hemispheres, but also by the older structures(More)
The author depicts a psycholinguistic technique aimed at the identification in the speech of patients with impaired cerebellum of the same signs of ataxia which can be detected in their hand movements. The diagnostic significance of the technique was tested in 3 clinical groups of patients: with multiple sclerosis (Group 1), neurosurgical diseases of the(More)
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