Aphasia

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Overview

Required Readings

Required Readings

Use your Carlson and Birkett text to complete the following:

  • Review Chapter 14, “Human Communication,” pages 460–494.
  • Review Chapter 15, “Neurological Disorders,” pages 495–532.

Use your Blumenfeld text to complete the following:

  • Read Chapter 19, “Higher-Order Cerebral Function,” pages 879–964. Of particular interest for this unit are the sections: 
  • “Principles of Cerebral Localization and Lateralization,” pages 883–884.
  • “The Dominant Hemisphere: Luggage Processing and Related Functions,” pages 885–897.
  • “The Nondominant Hemisphere: Spatial Processing and lateralized Attention,” pages 898–905.

Use the Capella University Library to complete the following:

  • Conduct a search for a scholarly article relating to aphasia. Locate and read a recent (publication date no later than five years old) pertaining to the topic. Be prepared to discuss the contents of the article in this unit’s first discussion.

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Aphasia

For this activity, discuss the article you researched in the study section of this unit on a type of aphasia, incorporating the course readings from this unit.

  • Discuss the brain structure(s) involved in the type of aphasia you selected.
  • Discuss the main functional deficits associated with that type of aphasia.
  • Utilize the APA Style and Formatting (6th Edition) guidelines for citing your references.