excitability of the right- and left-hand motor cortex during language production in patients who were recovering from post-stroke aphasia and age-matched controls was investigated. This prediction, has been confirmed (Gordon, 2002; see also Goldrick & Rapp, 2007, for a single case, Each of the above findings would seem to provide convincing support for. Garrett, 1975; Harley, 1984; Kempen & Huijbers, 1983; Levelt, 1989; MacKay, 1987; Stemberger, 1985). In Coltheart, M. Job, R. Sartori, G. This model specifies the word-processing routines available for sin- gle-word processing and is used as the reference model for the present research. Our explanation of these results is based on the Interactive Lexical Network model of lexical access; root-based cues may be more effective because they more efficiently constrain the number of lemmas activated after a cue is provided. However, it does raise the possibility that theories that allow for greater, integration between production and comprehension may be able to account for a, wide range of aphasic phenomena in a highly parsimonious way. The aims of the study were to investigate the usefulness of model-based assessment1) in identifying the precise nature of the underlying mechanisms responsible for the dysgraphia; and2) in designing an efficacious treatment programme that was informed by theories of normal language processing. Or alternatively, each account may, describe different aspects of the same underlying problem, whose fundamental, nature is yet to be discovered. It remains to be, can generate and test predictions that are uniquely derived from the simulated. In the event of partial loss of semantic knowledge, naming errors may occur due to insufficient activation of features that are critical to distinguish between related words, i.e., “has ink inside,” in our example ( Caramazza and Hillis, 1990 ). whole new way of thinking about differences in performance across tasks. Psycholinguistic Assessments of Language Processing in. For example, some such individuals perform much more poorly in, picture-naming tasks when two pictures must be named together in a single utterance, 2004; Schwartz & Hodgson, 2002). This may result in, fragmented, simplified, and/or agrammatic speech. Where do semantic. Martin, N., & Saffran, E. M. (1992). Morphological processing. This in itself could pose a particular challenge to certain individuals, aphasia, which would not become evident at all through studies of singl, In this article there is not enough space to discuss any of these more contextual, aspects of word production in any detail. 1990; Marshall & Newcombe, 1973; Patterson & Shewell, 1987; Shallice, 1988). The key difference is that latter accepts the existence of specific rules to morphological processing, while that simple one postulates that there is not rules because all complex morphologically words are stored in mental lexicon. From phonological paraphasias to the structure of the phonological, Bird, H., Howard, D., & Franklin, S. (2000). Patterson and Shewell’s (1987) functional architecture model of word processing (components that are obligatory for successful spontaneous word … According to a classical functional architecture framework. ), Bub, D., & Kertesz, A. These errors occur, because activation feeding back from phonological to lexical units activates sound-. Formal paraphasias: A single case study. Wilshire, C. E. (2002). strongly affected by word frequency and other lexical properties of words, almost not at all; finally, some perform markedly bette, whereas others show little such benefit (see e.g., Goldrick, accommodate this kind of variation, some two-stage theories include an additiona. This second type of malfu, elegant account for certain types of aphasic conditions that had previou. theory; individual theories differ in their specific details (cat illustration from Rossion & Pourtois, 2004). In word repetition, however, both sources may be available. The present data suggest a functional connectivity between regions mediating hand movements and reading. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Mixed errors occur, because the lexical unit of a word that is related to the target in both sound and, meaning will receive a double boost to its activation levels. Inner speech in post-stroke aphasia : a behavioural and imaging study, Wirksamkeitsvergleich intensiver sprachtherapeutischer und neuropsychologischer Intervention auf den Wortabruf bei chronischer Aphasie - Eine Einzelfallstudie, Was wirkt wie? Semantic interference during blocked-, Schwartz, M. F., Dell, G. S., Martin, N., Gahl, S., & Sobel, P. (2006). As noted, earlier, there is some supporting evidence for the occurrence of both these types of, errors in the ‘‘slips of the tongue’’ of normal speakers (see e.g., Dell & Reich, 19, The evidence from analyses of aphasic errors also supports these predictions. Some, suggested the buffer might have other purposes. A short summary of this paper. In models of language processing, and based on the secondary status of reading in language development, retrieval of word meaning from a semantic system and its integration with the context are often assumed to be common for spoken and written words (Patterson and Shewell, 1987). rbal semantic store (Ellis & Young, 1988; ‘‘graffs’’), and semantic paraphasias (e.g., of words. Also, although he showed evidence of. We review existing studies of aphasia treatment with a focus on naming impairment that have examined how the distribution of practice affects treatment efficacy. Contrasting cases of Italian agrammatic. Indeed, there is some evidence that ce. whether there is interaction in word production. However, most were best fitted by altering, simulated, together with the parameter values that best sim, A sample of the cases modelled by Dell et al. Evidence for the involvement of a nonlexical route, in the repetition of familiar words: A comparison of single and dual route models of auditory, Hanley, J. R., & Kay, J. articulated, so phonological errors will be common. So far, our discussion has focused almost entirely on the fluent, aphasias, and we have devoted very little attention to nonf, reflects a more general bias towards fluent aphasia in cognitive, research, and which can also be seen in CN-inspired aphasia assessment, both the PALPA and the CAT, the vast majority of subtests focus on impairments, usually associated with fluent aphasia). Therefore, interactive theories predict that words with many such neighbours should be less, prone to phonological errors than words that have few neighbours. The one on the left is taken from Patterson and Shewell (1987), and the one on the right is taken from Seidenberg and McClelland (1989). z, 1982); noun and verb production (e.g., ‘‘cabbage’’). In, the case of formal paraphasias, group studies have found that these errors may occur. (1997). If the lexical selection stage, goes awry for some reason, an incorrect word, be a semantically related word because the items become, the lexical selection stage. However, both interventions seem to affect different word retrieval processes, so that existing speech therapy interventions could be supplemented by neuropsychological interventions in the future. For many years, a cognitive model has been ‘common sense’ in neuropsychology and neurolinguistics which incorporates at least three stages in word processing: Pre-lexical phonological processing, lexical access, and semantic processing (e.g., Caplan, 1992, Franklin, 1989, Morton, 1969, Patterson and Shewell, 1987). impairment involves the phonological retrieval stage. Summary of major features of patients JCU (Howard & Orchard-Lisle, 1984), EST (Kay & Ellis. Believe it or not, most of the psychological problems observed in children and teenagers are related to their environment. evaluation of models and evidence to support them. The left side of the model describes the processing associated with heard and spoken speech and the right, the processing associated with reading and writing. Some examples of this speech pattern, which is often, does not seem to be simply a way of reducing the motor-articulatory demands of, connected speech. JCU frequently failed to re, production and comprehension: for example, when asked to judge whether an, shown by JCU and other similar cases was consistent with an inability to access, access partial semantic descriptions of words; however, these were sometimes not, sufficiently specified to enable her to disc, reject misleading cues. However, the word that contains the greatest numb, relevant semantic features will generally receive, activation is continuous so each lexical unit, once acti, activating its corresponding phonological units. The publisher shall not be liable for any loss, actions, claims, proceedings, demand, or costs or damages whatsoever or howsoever caused, arising directly or indirectly in connection with or arising out of the use of this, Cognitive neuropsychological approaches to word production, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, disorders of word production by identifying the specific cognitive process(es) that are, impaired in each individual. A developmental model of antisocial behavior is outlined. (This is a point we will return to later. When seen in the, context of connected speech production, a verb production difficulty may also reflect, differences in the thematic roles of nouns and verbs in utterances: specifically, unlike, nouns, which describe entities that are relatively invariant across different, verbs often describe relationships among those entities. unable to retrieve the word’s complete phonological form. ton, 1985; Patterson & Shewell, 1987). The interpretation and remediation of her dysgraphia were guided by reference to a detailed model describing the functional architecture of the normal language processing system. Issues in language acquisition including critical period phenomena, the acquisition of speech, and the acquisition of words. Cognitive processes in verbal-number production: Inferences from the performance of brain-damaged subjects. Kolk, H. H. J. Aims: The present article reviews recent theoretical innovations in the cognitive neuropsychology of word production. Models of errors of omission in aphasic. We fur-ther try to relate our conclusions to a particular implementation of the dual-route theory, the DRC model (Coltheart et al., 1993; Coltheart & Rastle, 1994; Rastle & Coltheart, 1998, 1999a,b). now familiar to many researchers and practitioners in the field of aphasiology. A disproportionate impairment producing verbs is, particularly common, most notably in nonfluent aphasia, there is no agrammatism (see for example, Berndt et al., 2002; Miceli et al., 1983). Caramazza, 1994; Hanley, Dell, Kay,& Baron, 2004; Jefferies et al., 2006; Martin, framework, patients like RL are considered to have a pro. Context-sensitive word retrieval deficit: A cognitive, Schwartz, M. F., Linebarger, M. C., & Saffran, E. M. (1985). continuously in both directions and there was no ‘‘boost’’ given to the selected lexical item. Finally, we conclude by providing evidence for the hypothesis that a central praxis mechanism may exist which controls volitional movement in the limb, oral nonspeech, and speech modalities. Phonological activation of ignored pictures: Further evidence for a. Nickels, L. A. And, finally, production of words in context requires something of a lexical ‘‘balancing, act’’, because several words must be retrieved in parallel without interfering with one, another. Box 600, Wellington, New Zealand. The present article reviews these, (see also Chialant, Costa, & Caramazza, 2002; Laine & Martin, 2006; for discussions, of related issues). This led to the p, spontaneous word production (and naming) involved accessing representations, within a central, non-modality-specific ve. This view suggests that the rehabilitation of jargon apha-sia might try to improve the word finding abilities of these patients. Conversely, the pattern of mainly, phonological errors and/or ‘‘tip of the tongue’’ type responses is consistent with a, difficulty at the phonological retrieval stage. to adequately account for all the types of variation observed in aphasic individuals, including differences in levels of comprehension as, explain these differences, it may be necessary to consider not just the locus of the, deficit (which of the two word retrieval stages is most affected), but also the nature of, the deficit (whether it is best captured as a connection, problem). Second, computer simulation studies have, of a theory to explain a range of observations with a minimum number, assumptions. We then use VLSM to identify brain voxels where damage is highly like to impai. Other theoretical accounts, emphasis on grammatical frame construction itself, and more on the timing of the. This is different from other, contemporary accounts, which also allow for the possibility of a more central, non-modality-specific, semantic impairment, affecting access to the semantic representations themselves (e.g., Howard &, Gatehouse, 2006; Rapp & Goldrick, 2000). In interactive theories, words that, ‘‘neighbours’’ (that is, there exist many phonologically similar words) en, benefit over other words. It was more ‘‘cascading’’: activation was completely free to flow. Martin and colleagues proposed, for patient NC. Kay, J., & Ellis, A. section discusses how these ideas influenced explanations of aphasic disorders. B. Ans. (Eds. The WEAVER model of word-form encoding in speech production. Results of our work are discussed, emphasizing dissociations of the two disorders. The two-stage model of lexical retrieval: Evidence from. However, by incorporating both these varia, model of aphasic production, its parsimony would be substantially reduced, a loss. Gerald Patterson created a parent-training model after presenting his coercion theory. Aims: In this single-case study, multiple oral (re)tellings of the fairy tale Cinderella are analysed in terms of the content of the produced narratives. The dissociation of aphasia from apraxia of. However, within this framework other types of malfunctions are also conceivable. : mattery, mattery, no, no such word … battery. Theories of lexical processing and rehabilitation of lexical deficits. problem did not appear to involve actual motor programming of the articulators, because RL’s articulation of phonological forms—both correct and incorrect—, existing theoretical frameworks, RL’s profile suggested impairme, utilised a phonological code, but that operated, system was commonly characterised as a buffer store, whose role was to temporarily, retain phonological sequences planned for production until they were ready to be, articulated (see e.g., Bisiacchi, Cipolotti, & Denes, 1989; Bub, Black, Howell, &, Kertesz, 1987; Morton & Patterson, 1980; Patterson & Shewell, 1987; see also, Caramazza, Miceli, & Villa, 1986). The relationship between language and thought. Within this framework, there is no need for a dedicated phonological, just to account for specific cases of aphasia (there, previously paradoxical findings about lexical status are ne, example illustrates a key theme of this discussion—that by considering what, receive activation from lexical units and/or ‘‘auditory input units’’ (units representing the phonemes in a, recently heard word). (2006). Caramazza, A., & Hillis, A. E. (1990). Consequently, difficulties with all types of tasks requiring the production of phone, ‘‘lexical’’ and ‘‘nonlexical’’. (2002). Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory. A spreading activation model of lemma retrieval in speaking. Modelltheoretisch wird davon ausgegangen, dass Beeinträchtigungen des Wortabrufs verschiedene Ursachen haben, wie eine unzureichende Aktivierung des semantischen Wissens, einen gestörten Zugriff auf die Wortform oder ein Defizit auf der lexikalischphonologischen Ebene (Stadie et al. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton. It also illustrates how the tighter relationship between theories of normal and impaired language processing has increased the potential contribution of aphasia studies to language research more generally. Grammar, context, and nonfluent aphasia: Some final remarks, As outlined in the brief review above, explanations for sentence producti, difficulties in nonfluent aphasia centre around three, generating propositional and/or grammatical structures for production; a difficulty, in coordinating the timing of activation of the various lexical items required for the, sentence; and an inability to control of the spread of activation throughout the, lexical network more generally. While prefix-based cues are described in the literature, we hypothesized root-based cues would be more appropriate in this context since they were thought to be more consonant with the linguistic parameters of Sesotho. with a similar-sounding distractor (e.g., rejecting semantically related distractors (e.g., distinguishing, noted, MS was similar in many ways to NC: for example, both produced high, numbers of formal paraphasias, and were sensitive to, However, MS’s condition differed in that his difficultie, phonological: he almost never made semantic errors, either in, Wilshire and Fisher (2004) were able to explain M, interactive theory by proposing just one abnormality affecting the phonological, units. Damage to input and output buffers. cognitive processes. Real word repetition is also affected, but less so than, nonsense word repetition. Nickels, L. A., & Best, W. M. (1996). 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