INVESTIGADORES
GARCIA adolfo Martin
libros
Título:
The Unusual Suspects: Linguistic Deficits in Non-language-dominant Neurodegenerative Diseases
Autor/es:
GARCÍA, ADOLFO M.; IBÁÑEZ, AGUSTÍN; MILLER, BRUCE; GORNO-TEMPINI, MARÍA L.
Editorial:
Frontiers Media
Referencias:
Lugar: Lausana; Año: 2022 p. 125
ISSN:
978-2-88974-658-3
Resumen:
Discussions on linguistic deficits in neurodegenerative diseases are often circumscribed to primary progressive aphasia. Yet, verbal dysfunctions are also pervasive across neurodegenerative diseases typified by mnesic, socio-cognitive, or motoric alterations (García et al., 2022). This has been shown, for instance, in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) (Taler and Phillips, 2008), behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia (bvFTD) (Geraudie et al., 2021a,b)(Geraudie et al., 2021a,b), progressive supranuclear palsy syndrome (PSPs) (Peterson et al., 2021), corticobasal syndrome (CBS) (Peterson et al., 2021), and Parkinson’s disease (PD) (Birba et al., 2017). With a few exceptions (Boschi et al., 2017; García et al., 2022), however, relevant evidence has been compiled for each disorder separately, failing to foreground the transnosological import of language assessments in behavioral neurology. The present Research Topic directly addresses this need.