Afazia în contextul multilingv: Abordare din perspectivă psiholingvistică

Afazia în contextul multilingv: Abordare din perspectivă psiholingvistică

Aphasia in multilingual context-a psycholingusitic approach

Mălina ȘOGOR

To begin with, the first sign depicted on people with aphasia is a language disorder, acquired after a damage to the central nervous. The existing studies in this area explain the roots of aphasia throughout a medical and phonological perspective, while the psycholinguistic approach is considerably more narrowed.
Taking into consideration the increasing number of people who are speaking more than one language and who are at risk of developing a medical condition that can lead to aphasia and other associated communication deficiencies, it is critical for speech-language pathologists to assess the situation from different angles, particularly to incorporate medical, linguistic and psycholinguistic viewpoints.
The aim of this article is emphasizing the main approaches which are being addressed in explanation of language production and understanding how bilingual persons are affected by aphasia, whereas a complex and multilingual approach is crucial to be taken into consideration during the intervention.

Keywords: communication, speech and language therapy, multiple disabilities, reflection journal, individualised approaches


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