Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Étude des effets de l'intervention auprès d'un cas d'aphasie de conduction avec trouble d'accès au lexique

 
Author(s) Guylaine Le Dorze
Volume 15
Number 3
Year 1991
Page(s) 21-29
Language French
Category
Keywords aphasie
intervention
dénomination
lexico-sémant
Abstract Un patient aphasique de conduction présentant un manque du mot sévère a été traité avec une approche visant à lui enseigner une stratégie de production de mots basée sur la représentation écrite du mot et le début du mol. Un devis de type ABAB a permis d'associer la présence du traitement aux changements dans la performance du sujet en dénomination d'images. II semble qu'il y ait eu également généralisation des acquis à des stimuli non-traités et un maintien des acquis cinq mois après la thérapie expérimentale. Par ailleurs, la compréhension orale est restée inchangée tout au long des périodes d'évaluation.


A patient with conduction aphasia presenting with a severe word retrieval problem was administered a treatment designed to teach him a word production strategy based on the written representation of the word as well as the beginning of the word. An ABAB design showed an association between the treatment and changes in the subject's performance in confrontation naming of treated and untreated stimuli. Five months after the experimental therapy, the patient had maintained his post-test level of performance on confrontation naming tasks. His oral comprehension remained unchanged during the assessment periods.
Record ID 395
Link http://cjslpa.ca/files/1991_JSLPA_Vol_15/No_03_1-58/Le_Dorze_JSLPA_1991.pdf
 
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