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Title: Ανάλυση αυθόρμητου λόγου δίγλωσσων ατόμων με αφασία ανομίας
Authors: Σταύρου, Θεοδώρα 
Keywords: Αυθόρμητος λόγος;Αφασία ανομίας;Διγλωσσία
Advisor: Kambanaros, Maria
Issue Date: May-2017
Publisher: Τμήμα Επιστημών Αποκατάστασης, Σχολή Επιστημών Υγείας, Τεχνολογικό Πανεπιστήμιο Κύπρου
Abstract: Ιστορικό : Η αυθόρμητη ομιλία έχει ακθοριστικό ρόλο στη ζωή μας. Πολλαπλές έρευνες στην επιστήμη της αφασιολογίας έχουν υπογραμμίσει την δυσκολία που αντιμετωπίζουν όλα τα άτομα με αφασία σε αυτό τον τομέα. Η αξιολόγηση του αυθόρμητου λόγου στα δίγλωσσα άτομα με αφασία ανομίας πρέπει να αποτελεί έναν πρωταρχικό στόχο, ώστε να μπορέσει να πραγματοποιηθεί η κατάλληλη παρέμβασης. Χωρίς να περιορίζεται σε καινότυπες διαδικασίες αξιολόγησης, ούτε οι δίγλωσσοι ασθενείς να αξιολογούνται όπως οι μονόγλωσσοι, εξαιτίας των δίγλωσσων γνώσεών τους.
Description: Background: Spontaneous speech plays a key role in our lives. Multiple studies in aphasiology have highlighted the difficulty that all people with anomic aphasia confront. The assessment of spontaneous speech in bilingual individuals with anomic aphasia should be a primary objective, so that appropriate intervention can be carried out. It should not be restricted to common assessment procedures, neither should bilingual patients be assessed as monolinguals, due to their bilingual knowledge. Objectives: The primary objective is to study the form of spontaneous and semi-spontaneous speech of individuals with anomic aphasia. At the same time, any differences observed in the speech of individuals with anomic aphasia and the control group, will be examined furthermore, any differences between languages, will be highlighted and errors that appear in the speech of individuals with anomic aphasia and their frequency of occurrence in relation to other kinds of errors, will be examined. Finally, we will study what kind of verb forms are produced more often by people with anomic aphasia, compared to non-brain injured controls. Results: Bilingual individuals with anomic aphasia have either an equal or greater mean length of utterance. Also, verbs predominate over nouns. Individuals with anomic aphasia make more paragrammatic and semantic errors and fewer obsessive errors and neologisms and they prefer specific types of verbs compared to others, which is not a language specific phenomena. Conclusions: Individuals with anomic aphasia had an obvious difficulty throughout all analysed speech domains in relation to the control group. However, the sample of bilingual individuals with anomic aphasia and the control group were quite small. In addition, few studies focus on the spontaneous speech of bilingual individuals and especially in English in combination with Greek. So this issue needs to be further investigated.
Rights: Απαγορεύεται η δημοσίευση ή αναπαραγωγή, ηλεκτρονική ή άλλη χωρίς τη γραπτή συγκατάθεση του δημιουργού και κατόχου των πνευματικών δικαιωμάτων
Type: Bachelors Thesis
Appears in Collections:Πτυχιακές Εργασίες/ Bachelor's Degree Theses

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