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Intérêt d’un protocole d’entraînement phonologique et sémantique auprès de patients anomiques post-AVC : étude exploratoire

Abstract : Anomia is a main symptom of post-stroke aphasic patients. We note that anomia therapies usually target a deficit: semantic, phonological or mixed. However, studies have shown the usefulness of mixing semantic and phonological therapies in the same patient. Thus, we studied the interest of a rehabilitation protocol including phonological and semantic cues in a group of 17 patients with a post-stroke anomia. After four training sessions, the progress described concerns only the trained items and is not statistically significant. However, we suggest that there is a predictive link between patients' performance both in naming and in a scene description task. It therefore seems important to adapt the trained items to the needs of each patient for a functional benefit on communication. We discuss promising elements and methodological concerns for future research, as well as perspectives for the speech therapy of post-stroke anomic patients.
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Claire Jeukens. Intérêt d’un protocole d’entraînement phonologique et sémantique auprès de patients anomiques post-AVC : étude exploratoire. Sciences cognitives. 2021. ⟨dumas-03274381⟩

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