Adaptative behaviors in aphasic conversational breackdown
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Gallardo-Paúls, Beatriz Perfil
This document is a Comunicación/PonenciaDate2013

Este documento está disponible también en : http://hdl.handle.net/10550/30744
Aphasia is an element that causes conversational breakdowns in normal interaction, which the aphasic speakers and their partners must cope with. Clinical linguistic investigates this situation in order to provide strategies and resources to both kinds of speakers. In this communications a presentation of Perceptive Classification of Aphasic Language Impairment (Goverment, Concordance, Order and Integrity Impairment) is made, with special atention to their consequences in conversational interaction.

    Gallardo Paúls, Beatriz (2013): “Adaptative behaviors in aphasic conversational breackdown”, MODIS SEMINAR on discourse and interaction; Department of Modern Languages, University of Uppsala, Sweden, 1-3 March 2013.

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