Language disorders

Language Disorders and Speech Disorders: Types and Symptoms

 

  Have you ever had a hard time pronouncing things, articulating words, mixing up word meanings? These are some aspects or symptoms of language disorders. […]

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Imaginative play

Development of Cognitive Skills; Piaget’s theory.

 

  Crawl before you walk, walk before you run! When it comes to development, this phrase is certainly true. Before children learn to talk and […]

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nonverbal learning disability

Nonverbal learning disability: What is it? What are its symptoms?

 

  Nonverbal learning disability. Does your child have difficulty relating to other children? Does he have a hard time understanding subtle voice changes or sarcasm? […]

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Coprolalia

Coprolalia: The reason behind involuntary profane outbursts

 

  Obscene language is a big part of everybody’s daily lives – whether we like to believe it or not. Perhaps you banged your toe against […]

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Broca-Aphasie

Broca’s Aphasia: diagnosis, causes and rehabilitation

 

  Aphasia is a neurological disorder that implies a loss of communicative skills, meaning you can lose expressive and comprehension of the language. Depending on […]

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Neuropsychology

Neuropsychology: A complete guide to all your questions

 

  We clarify all the questions you may have about neuropsychology: What it is, what does it study, neuropsychologist’s role and patients, what cognitive tests […]

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What is Aphasia

What is aphasia? Useful guide to fight lack of communication

 

  What is Aphasia? A complete guide to Aphasia: What is it, what types are there and their classification, causes, clinical cases, evaluation, treatment and […]

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Brain structure of infants predicts language skills at one year

Brain structure of infants predicts language skills at one year

 

  Brain structure of infants predicts language skills at one year. Using a brain-imaging technique that examines the entire infant brain, researchers have found that […]

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 Your unconscious brain can do math, process language. The unconscious brain may not be able to ace an SAT test, but new brain research suggests […]

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