By Martha Taylor Sarno
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Neither deafness (peripheral or central) nor blindness is the problem. A deaf or blind person cannot comprehend language in the modality of the perceptual impairment, but will comprehend the same verbal message normally when processed by an intact sensory channel, for example, tactile Braille reading in the blind. Aphasics also have trouble formulating verbal messages, for example, selecting the lexical and syntactical items necessary to convey meaning and deploying them in a relational frame- 2 Signsof Aphasia 27 work such that meaning is indeed imparted on the receiver of the message.
Efforts also continued on several fronts to define the anatomical basis of aphasia. The extreme localizationist approach to the "anatomy" of the aphasic disorders was carried forth by California neurologist Joannes Nielsen (1890-1969), whose thinking followed the lines laid down by Henschen (1919-1922) and Poetzl (1928). His monograph (Nielsen, 1936) appeared at a time when concern with identifying the neural mechanisms underlying language function and language disorder had diminished somewhat from that of earlier decades.
One of the more important advances that resulted directly from the application of CT was elucidation of the sites of subcortical damage associated with "atypical" aphasias which did not correspond behaviorally to any of the classical diagnostic categories. , A. R. , 1982). The new anatomical data that arose from CT studies of Wernicke's aphasia contributed substantially less to revising views on the neural basis of this condition. , H. Damasio, 1981; Kertesz, Harlock, & Coates, 1979; Naeser & Hayward, 1978).
Acquired Aphasia, Third Edition by Martha Taylor Sarno