Between-session intra-individual variability in sustained, selective, and integrational non-linguistic attention in aphasia

@article{Villard2015BetweensessionIV,
  title={Between-session intra-individual variability in sustained, selective, and integrational non-linguistic attention in aphasia},
  author={Sarah Villard and S. Kiran},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2015},
  volume={66},
  pages={204-212}
}
  • Sarah Villard, S. Kiran
  • Published 2015
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuropsychologia
  • A number of studies have identified impairments in one or more types/aspects of attention processing in patients with aphasia (PWA) relative to healthy controls; person-to-person variability in performance on attention tasks within the PWA group has also been noted. Studies using non-linguistic stimuli have found evidence that attention is impaired in this population even in the absence of language processing demands. An underlying impairment in non-linguistic, or domain-general, attention… CONTINUE READING
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