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Wilkinson-etal1998
BibType ARTICLE
Key Wilkinson-etal1998
Author(s) Ray Wilkinson, Karen Bryan, Sarah Lock, Kate Bayley, Jane Maxim, Carolyn Bruce
Title Therapy Using Conversation Analysis: Helping Couples adapt to Aphasia in Conversation
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Tag(s) EMCA, Applied Conversation Analysis, Aphasia, Couple therapy, Speech language therapy, Repair
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Year 1998
Language English
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Journal International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders
Volume 33
Number 1
Pages 144-149
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Abstract

To provide a basis for decisions regarding speech & language therapy, conversation analysis is used in a pre-therapy assessment of a conversation between an aphasic patient 14 months post-onset (aged 36 at onset) & her husband. The conversation, which was videotaped by Ss at home & at their convenience, reveals consistent patterns of other-repair in which S's phonemic output is corrected & subsequent turns, directed by her husband, focus on her correct production & lead repeatedly to expressions of distress. These repairs were selected as a focus for therapy, & a post-therapy conversation analysis shows no examples of phonological other-repair or practice sequences, despite S's production of numerous phonological errors.

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