Therapy for naming disorders ( Part I ) : principles , puzzles and progress

@inproceedings{Nickels2007TherapyFN,
  title={Therapy for naming disorders ( Part I ) : principles , puzzles and progress},
  author={L. Dwayne Nickels},
  year={2007}
}
This paper takes the form of a selective review of studies of therapy for aphasic-naming disorders. There is a bias in the literature towards studies involving the use of semantic tasks (particularly word-to-picture matching) in therapy and therefore this is reflected here. These studies provide clear evidence that aphasic naming disorders can be remediated but it remains difficult to ascertain the precise mechanism by which this improvement in naming is achieved. Several issues are discussed… CONTINUE READING

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