The Psychology of Neurogenic Communication Disorders : A Primer for Health Care Professionals

The Psychology of Neurogenic Communication Disorders : A Primer for Health Care Professionals

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Table of Contents

Foreword                                           ix
John A. Tetnowski
Preface xiii
Acknowledgments xiv
About the Author xv
PART ONE An Eclectic Approach to the Psychology 1 (88)
of Neurogenic Communication Disorders
Historical Perspectives on the Psychology of 3 (8)
Neurogenic Communication Disorders
Introduction 3 (2)
To Localize or Not to Localize 5 (5)
Multiple Determinants 10 (1)
The Big Three Neurogenic Communication 11 (17)
Disorders and Quality of Life
Aphasia 12 (3)
Apraxia of Speech 15 (1)
The Dysarthrias 16 (2)
Neurogenic Communication Disorders and 18 (3)
Traumatic Brain Injury
Etiology of the Big Three Neurogenic 21 (1)
Communication Disorders
Psychological Cause and Effect 21 (1)
Quality of Life Issues 22 (3)
Stress and Neurogenic Communication 25 (3)
Disorders
Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Brain 28 (16)
Injury, and Psychological Adjustment
Catastrophic Reactions 28 (2)
Emotional Lability 30 (2)
Perseveration 32 (2)
Other Organically Based Psychological 34 (1)
Reactions
Euphoria 34 (1)
Organic Depression 35 (1)
Behavioral Changes 36 (1)
Anosognosia 37 (2)
The Meaning of Jargon Aphasia 39 (1)
Visual Neglect 40 (1)
Psychological Reactions and Brain 41 (3)
Localization
Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Coping 44 (17)
Styles, and Psychological Defenses
Avoidance 45 (1)
Escape 46 (1)
Ego Restriction 47 (2)
Fantasy 49 (1)
Other Coping Styles and Psychological 50 (1)
Defenses
Suppression 51 (1)
Sublimation, Substitution, and Altruism 51 (1)
Humor 52 (1)
Rationalization and Intellectualization 52 (2)
Repression 54 (1)
Reaction Formation 55 (1)
Displacement 55 (1)
Dissociation 56 (1)
Undoing 57 (1)
Passive-Aggression 58 (1)
Projection 58 (1)
Regression 59 (2)
Neurogenic Communication Disorders and the 61 (28)
Grief Response
Tangible and Symbolic Losses 62 (1)
The Dimensions of Loss 63 (1)
Loss of Person 63 (2)
Loss of Self 65 (1)
Loss of Object 66 (1)
Developmental Loss 67 (1)
Loss of Security 68 (1)
The Road to Acceptance 68 (1)
Grieving Denial 69 (2)
Grieving Frustration 71 (1)
Grieving Depression 72 (2)
Acceptance and Resolution 74 (2)
Helping the Patient Through the Grieving 76 (1)
Process
Avoid Rewarding Denial 76 (1)
Avoid Contributing to Frustration 77 (2)
Avoid Providing Secondary Gains 79 (1)
Avoid Drugs that Are Heavily Sedating 80 (1)
Avoid Interruption of Private Grief 80 (1)
Permit the Patient Control 81 (1)
Provide the Patient with Perspective 82 (1)
Acknowledge the Reality of the Loss 82 (7)
PART TWO On Coping with Neurogenic 89 (82)
Communication Disorders: Original Short Stories
``Cautious Clyde's Descent into Darkness'' 91 (6)
``Murder Challenged'' 97 (21)
``Murphy's Inner World of Aphasia'' 118 (16)
``Alternately Abled'' 134 (36)
``The Silent Tongue (aphasia)'': A Poem 170 (1)
Suggested Reading 171 (2)
Glossary 173 (8)
References 181 (5)
Index 186