Criteria for Further Evidence Based on Language Recovery from Aphasia

A more direct test of neurological interpretations of differential language recovery patterns in polyglot aphasia would require a more detailed and systematic mapping of aphasic deficits in each of the patients' languages following damage to specific regions of the left hemisphere. One would want to search for consistent patterns of deficits or recovery associated with specific neurological parameters (e.g., the location, size, and etiology of the damage). This approach would require access to comparative data from a large body of unselected cases, diagnosed using a comparable test instrument, with detailed premorbid language use information preserved.

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