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Ocular dominance in relation to developmental aphasia

Agnes Miller MacMeeken

Ocular dominance in relation to developmental aphasia

With appendix: Investigation into thebinocular vision of a series of children with reading disability

by Agnes Miller MacMeeken

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Published by Univ. of London Pr in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eye -- Diseases and defects.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert Sampson.
    SeriesPublications of the W. H. Ross Foundation for the Study of Prevention of Blindness
    The Physical Object
    Pagination60 p. :
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20333991M

    We examine a set of implicit and explicit claims about the concept of eye dominance that have been made over the years and note that the new literature on eye dominance does not reflect the old literature from the first half of the last century. We argue that the visual and oculomotor function of the dominant eye—defined by such criteria as asymmetry in acuity, rivalry, or sighting—remains.   Dual functional brain asymmetry refers to the notion that in most individuals the left cerebral hemisphere is specialized for language functions, whereas the right cerebral hemisphere is more important than the left for the perception, construction, and recall of stimuli that are difficult to verbalize.

    A-B-C Vision Test for Ocular Dominance pre Walter R. Miles imuls cardsEnvelope of: Directions for the examiner Anagrams Task small picture book Aphasia Screening Test Test form and Instructions Brigance Diagnostic Inventory of Early Development Brigance Developmental Record book-Birth-7 years Curriculum Associates C-R. Start studying Aphasia treatment. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. problem solving and strategy development to deal with activity participation barriers -exercise impaired lang. systems -communication books-client support-caregiver support. most likely symptoms after having a tbi.

    Tested sighting dominance in the eyes of 68 infants (mean age = wks), 62 elementary school children (mean age = yrs), and 86 adults (mean age = yrs), using a green point of light.   You can encourage the person with aphasia to use other ways to communicate, such as: Pointing; Hand gestures; Drawings; It may help a person with aphasia, as well as their caregivers, to have a book with pictures or words about common topics or people so that communication is easier. Always try to keep people with aphasia involved in conversations.


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Ocular dominance in relation to developmental aphasia by Agnes Miller MacMeeken Download PDF EPUB FB2

Many of these children are brought first to the ophthalmologist because eye trouble is equated with inability to read. He is therefore in an excellent position to screen children for reading disabilities. Ocular Dominance in Relation to Developmental Aphasia, London: University of London Press, 5.

The Prognosis in Aphasia in Cited by: Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by by:   MacMeeken holds the prime cause to be a "developmental aphasia." "A significant relationship was found between disability and lefteyedness as determined by sighting or directional tests of eyedness.

Every one of these disability children was found to be left-eyed." A child was considered left eyed if on casually being presented with a paperAuthor: LeGrand H. Hardy. OCULAR DOMINANCE IN RELATION TO DEVELOPMENTAL APHASIA. (PMID PMCID:PMC) Full Text Citations ; BioEntities ; Related Articles ; External Links ; Br J Ophthalmol.

September; 23(9): – PMCID: PMC OCULAR DOMINANCE IN RELATION TO DEVELOPMENTAL APHASIA. MacMeeken Author information. A. SUBIRANA; THE PROGNOSIS IN APHASIA IN RELATION TO CEREBRAL DOMINANCE AND HANDEDNESS, Brain, Vol Issue 3, 1 Cited by:   Conduction aphasia was first described by Carl Wernicke 1 and was characterized by relatively intact comprehension, with paraphasic expressions and word‐finding problems.

The notion of impaired repetition was introduced by Lichtheim 2 and is now a core part of modern diagnostic criteria. Conduction aphasia was regarded as a “disconnection syndrome” by Geschwind, 3 representing an.

To address the question of whether serotonin (5‐hydroxytryptamine; 5‐HT), the other major neuromodulator in the cerebral cortex, also plays a role in developmental plasticity, we investigated whether interference with serotoninergic transmission in the kitten visual cortex affects ocular dominance (OD) plasticity.

Aphasia can affect expressive or receptive language, although expressive language aphasia is more common. People with aphasia have average or better intelligence and articulation ability.

A symptom of underlying damage to the brain—often the result of a brain injury, stroke, or tumor—aphasia can occur in utero, childhood, or later in life. 1. Introduction. The concept of ocular dominance consists in a tendency to prefer visual input from one eye with which subjects are more accurate and images appear clearer, more stabilized, and perhaps larger [1–4].Recent data also suggests that the dominant eye has perceptual processing priority [].The prevailing view in the literature suggests that there is a single dominant eye for each.

Anomic aphasia (also known as dysnomia, nominal aphasia, and amnesic aphasia) is a mild, fluent type of aphasia where individuals have word retrieval failures and cannot express the words they want to say (particularly nouns and verbs).

Anomia is a deficit of expressive language. Anomia is a symptom of all forms of aphasia, but patients whose primary deficit is word retrieval are diagnosed. Aphasia. Aphasia is a disturbance of the production and/or the comprehension of language caused by selective damage in specific brain areas, usually located in the left hemisphere (which is dominant for language in both right-handed and left-handed people).

From: Neurobiology of Brain Disorders, Related terms: Dementia; Frontal Lobe. Victoria S. Pelak, in Liu, Volpe, and Galetta's Neuro-Ophthalmology (Third Edition), Optic Aphasia. Patients with optic aphasia, which is a condition closely related to visual object agnosia, are unable to name visually presented material or point to named objects although they recognize them.

They are able to name and recognize what they hear or feel. The aim of the current research was to investigate the effect of visual fatigue induced with different clinical test stimuli on the sensory ocular dominance in dyslexic adults with Mearles-Irlen syndrome (MIS) and examine the role of colored filters.

Nine female participants with dyslexia plus MIS aged between 18 and 36 years were recruited. APHASIA: FACTS Due to focal dysfunction in dominant hemisphere (by definition, dominant hemisphere controls language) Handedness suggests dominant hemisphere Most people are LEFT brain dominant R-handed 99% / L-handed 75% Some people have mixed dominance _ Clinical features vary based on lesion location.

This is a PDF-only article. The first page of the PDF of this article appears above. The lateralization of brain function is the tendency for some neural functions or cognitive processes to be specialized to one side of the brain or the other. The medial longitudinal fissure separates the human brain into two distinct cerebral hemispheres, connected by the corpus gh the macrostructure of the two hemispheres appears to be almost identical, different composition.

The averaged eye dominance change induced by patching durations of 15 and 30 minutes recovered back to baseline in 24 minutes (shown by the recovery slopes in Fig. 1b).The Wilcoxon Signed Rank. Evidence is mixed concerning the relationship between stability of ocular dominance and reading deficits.

Contrasting results may be due to the use of different tests of dominance, different. Developmental (Congenital) Aphasia and Acquired Aphasia and Dysphasia: Identification and Differential Diagnosis* J. Eisenson Developmental (Congenital) Aphasia: Identification Developmental (congenital) aphasic children are the most severely linguistically delayed who are not also mentally retarded or emotionally handicapped.

In addi­. The relationship between handedness in elementary school children and reading skills, school achievement, and perceptual-motor development. Dissertation Abstracts, ,27, 5-A. Sometimes aphasia is referred to as dysphasia. In theory, aphasia is a total loss of language ability, whereas dysphasia is a partial loss, but in practice both words are used somewhat interchangeably.

Learn more about aphasia vs. dysphasia. There are different types of aphasia depending on how the brain has been affected.Activity ]dependent eye ]specific segregation: a role for retinal waves Formation of ocular dominance bands Ocular dominance bands form by directed In growth of thalamocortical axons Activity and the formation of ocular dominance bands Integration of sensory maps Development of feature maps This major reference work breaks new ground as an electronic resource for students, educators, researchers, and professionals.

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