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Influence de l’embodiment sur le temps de récupération lexicale et sur sa production : une étude de cas auprès d’un sujet aphasique

Abstract : Speech and language therapy practice is essentially based on immobile visual supports. The remediation of aphasic disorders, including anomia, is no exception to the rule. However, it is accepted that seeing and doing gestures facilitates access to the lexicon in these patients. We can therefore question the relevance of proposing mime videos to patients in this perspective. In this study, we studied the speed of response, the number of errors and self-corrections as well as the nature of the words proposed by a non-fluent aphasic subject during a naming task, varying the nature of the input. It appears that viewing images or videos changes the type of response given by the subject. Naming is made easier by the presentation of still images but requires more time. Viewing videos is correlated with a shorter naming time but more errors. However, after several stimulation sessions, the number of errors related to videos decreases markedly, the response time increases, and the subject develops functional self-correction capacities.
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Julie Karpe. Influence de l’embodiment sur le temps de récupération lexicale et sur sa production : une étude de cas auprès d’un sujet aphasique. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02901658⟩

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