Circumlocution-induced naming (CIN): A treatment for effecting generalisation in anomia?

@article{Francis2002CircumlocutioninducedN,
  title={Circumlocution-induced naming (CIN): A treatment for effecting generalisation in anomia?},
  author={Dawn R. Francis and Nina Clark and Glyn W. Humphreys},
  journal={Aphasiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={16},
  pages={243 - 259}
}
Background: Many studies of clients with 'pure' anomia (i.e. word finding difficulties in the absence of semantic impairment) have found a lack of generalization to the naming of items that are not treated in therapy. One explanation for this result is that the phonological output lexicon consists of discrete entries which are not as interconnective as those in the semantic system (Miceli, Amatrano, Capasso, and Caramazza 1996). However, more recent studies suggest that therapy which requires… Expand
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