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Title Reader in the history of aphasia : from (Franz) Gall to (Norman) Geschwind / edited by Paul Eling
Published Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins Pub. Co., ©1994


Description 1 online resource (xvi, 392 pages) : illustrations
Series Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science. Series II, Classics in psycholinguistics, 0165-716X ; v. 4
Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science. Series II, Classics in psycholinguistics ; v. 4. 0165-716X
Contents READERIN THE HISTORY OF APHASIA; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; Table of contents; Foreword; Introduction; Franz Joseph Gall; Biography; Introduction; References; Letter from Dr. F.J. Gall to Mr. Joseph F. von Retzeron the prodromus he has completed on the functionsof the human and animal brain; I. Abilities and propensities are innate in men and animals.; II. The abilities and propensities are situated in the brain
Summary The study of language and the brain is heavily dependent on the work of the early aphasiologists, and those wanting to get acquainted with the discipline will come across frequent references to these classic authors. This collection brings together seminal publications by 19th- and 20th-century neurologists concerned with the relationship between language and the brain. In selecting texts the emphasis was on those parts that deal explicitly with the opinion of an author on language processes as revealed by aphasic phenomena. All texts are presented in English (many of them translated for the f
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
SUBJECT Gall, F. J (Franz Joseph), 1758-1828
Subject Aphasia -- History -- Sources
Geschwind, Norman
History, Modern 1601-
Speech-Language Pathology -- history
History, Early Modern 1451-1600
HEALTH & FITNESS -- Hearing & Speech.
MEDICAL -- Audiology & Speech Pathology.
Genre/Form History
Form Electronic book
Author Eling, Paul
LC no. 94020171
ISBN 9789027276681