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Definition of the noun acoustic aphasia
What does acoustic aphasia mean as a name of something?
- an impairment in understanding spoken language that is not attributable to hearing loss
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by Diana M. Goodwin
elective mutism, acoustic aphasia, agrammatism, and paragrammatism; other types of aphasia include: ageusic, amosmic, associative, ...
by Harry A. Whitaker
Wernicke's Aphasia Wernicke's aphasia has also been called syntactic aphasia, acoustic aphasia, sensory aphasia, and receptive aphasia. The primary modality of language that is affected is speech perception, and reading may be affected, ...
by Myrna Breskin, Kevin Dumith, Enid Pearsons, Robert Seeman
acoustic aphasia /o fa'zho/ a hearing impairment that affects the ability to understand aural components of language use and communication, including an inability to write from dictation even though the hearing is normal.
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