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Journal Articles Novitas-Royal, Research on youth and language Year : 2015

Aphasic Speech In Interaction: Relearning To Communicate By Gesture When A Word Is Lacking

Abstract

Resolving the inability to produce a word through a gestural realization is often a compensatory strategy used with aphasic patients. However, context and interpersonal knowledge between participants are also essential factors for finding or guessing the right word or the right gesture. In the "Interactions between Aphasic people & Caregivers" project, we explore video-recorded interactions between a single patient with aphasia and her caregivers (family or speech therapists). Video recorded data involving this patient in interaction with different caregivers allows us to more accurately analyze the interactional compensatory strategies used by caregivers and patients according to their communicative habits.

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halshs-01271980 , version 1 (09-02-2016)

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Isabel Colón de Carvajal, Sandra Teston-Bonnard. Aphasic Speech In Interaction: Relearning To Communicate By Gesture When A Word Is Lacking. Novitas-Royal, Research on youth and language, 2015, 9 (2), pp.93-117. ⟨halshs-01271980⟩
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