Remembering Frederic L. Darley: Special Issue

Remembering Frederic L. Darley: Special Issue

Paperback Special Issue of the Journal Aphasiology, Volume 15, Number 3, March 2001

Edited by Robert T. Wertz, Edited by Joseph R. Duffy

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  • Publisher: Psychology Press Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 96 pages
  • Dimensions: 168mm x 248mm x 5mm | 181g
  • Publication date: 1 September 2001
  • Publication City/Country: Hove
  • ISBN 10: 1841699098
  • ISBN 13: 9781841699097

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Frederic L. Darley was the consummate clinical scientist. One cannot peruse the literature on neurogenic communication disorders without constantly encountering his name. The work he did was of great influence. This special issue contains seven considerations of his contributions. Each testifies to Darley's individual efforts, his generosity in opening doors for others, and his uncanny sense in providing direction. And, each conveys his creed that learning can be interesting and the work itself a pleasure.

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Table of contents

R.C. Marshall, Introduction and Acknowledgments: Remembering Frederic L. Darley. A. Holland, L. Turkstra, Darley's Contributions to Differential Diagnosis of the Neuropathologies of Language. M. McNeil, M. Kimelman, Darley and the Nature of Aphasia: The Defining and Classifying Controversies. R.T. Wertz, W. Irwin, Darley and the Efficacy of Language Rehabilitation in Aphasia. L.L. LaPointe, Darley and the Psychosocial Side. J.C. Rosenbek, Darley and Apraxia of Speech in Adults. J.R. Duffy, R.D. Kent, Darley's Contributions to the Understanding, Differential Diagnosis, and Scientific Study of the Dysarthrias. E.A. Strand, Darley's Contributions to the Understanding and Diagnosis of Developmental Apraxia of Speech.