Adaptation in aphasia: revisiting language evidence

  title={Adaptation in aphasia: revisiting language evidence},
  author={G. Cui and X. Zhong},
  pages={855 - 875}
  • G. Cui, X. Zhong
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • Aphasiology
  • ABSTRACT Background: Humans adapt to constantly changing internal and external conditions to meet survival needs. Persons with aphasia (PWA) are faced with changes in their physiological, cognitive, and affective state. They usually have physiological impairments in the frontal or temporal areas, which can lead to cognitive problems such as limited working memory, inefficient executive function, and lapse of attention. These problems have negative impacts on their language. Most PWA also… CONTINUE READING
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