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On semantic paraphasias
Žihlová, Lenka ; Stehlíková, Olga (advisor) ; Hudáková, Andrea (referee)
The bachelor's thesis On semantic paraphasia summarizes available interdisciplinary literature which deals with semantic parphasias and lexical semantics in general. It describes the lexical-semantic system and its possible neuronal errors by special populations. The thesis is focused on lexical substitutions and especially on semantic paraphasias produced by people suffering from aphasia. It describes possibilities of diagnostics and therapy of lexical-semantic errors by aphasic patients. It mentions examples of semantic paraphasias produced by czech aphasic patients. This thesis presents examples of semantic errors produced by Czech aphasic patients. Klíčová slova aphasia, paraphasia, lexical semantics, neurolinguistics
Selected learning disabilities from the linguistic point of view
Šafratová, Kamila ; Stehlíková, Olga (advisor) ; Saicová Římalová, Lucie (referee)
At the beginning of the bachelor thesis the various learning disorders will be defined in context of cognitive and psycholinguistic researches focusing mainly on children dyslexia and dysgraphia. The causes of these disorders and the classification of their types will be characterized based on the scholarly literature used as a source in the thesis. Another major section deals with the current diagnostic and therapeutic approaches towards the dyslexia and dysgraphia including the possible remedies and the evaluation of the available materials and tools. Finally, the two types of fundamental questions regarding the linguistic approach towards learning disorders will be described; the questions already having a solution and those remaining open to discussion. At the end the findings from the theoretical part will be concluded and linked with the following research.
Language acquirement of Czech Sign language by the hearing non-speaking boy at the teen age
Moudrá, Anna ; Majerová, Radka (advisor) ; Stehlíková, Olga (referee)
This thesis tries to found out whether the suspected dysphasia influences sign language acquisition of an intelligent adolescent non-speaking boy who suffers from developmental anarthria. Nevertheless, he can understand spoken language 100 % but he is not able to learn written language functionally. It deals with the differentiation of the diagnoses of developmental dysphasia and developmental anarthria with suspected dysphasia. The work focuses on particular forms of alternative and augmentative communication and advantages and disadvantages of their use by the boy who suffers from developmental anarthria. This thesis points out that therapy is comfortable because it adequately offers Czech Sign Language as a mode of communication for the education and everyday communication for the boy who has suffered from developmental anarthria since he was 13 to now at age 19. He has partial motor disfunction in his hands but the fine motor skills of his right hand are only partially disabled and therefore his communication in Czech Sign Language is interpretable. Czech Sign Language is his L2 but this is the only language production of the boy. In the core of the thesis there are three types of video-recordings of the expressions in Czech Sign Language of the 18-year-old boy who suffers from the developmental...
Current problems in neurolinguistics
Stehlíková, Olga ; Macurová, Alena (advisor) ; Nebeská, Iva (referee) ; Hudáková, Andrea (referee)
Neuroliguistics is a young and dynamic subject. It has become one of the fastest developing neuroscience subjects during its 40 year history. It is also probably the most dynamic linguistic discipline. It is quite uneasy to keep track of all (though often partial) important studies in this area because there are approximately 2000 new studies published every year. It is also quite difficult to evaluate and align these studies into a broader development context. The aim of this work is to accomplish this formidable task. It provides a basic insight into the history and current development of the subject with regard to related neuroscience interdisciplinary fields of study. It particularly stresses Czech language, local research environment and theoretical continuity (or better local discontinuity) of the inquiry. This work - as a first more complex publication in the Czech language - should serve as a basic commented overview of neurolinguistic issues. Theoretical knowledge is interconnected with clinical aphasiology field experience (including examples of language-disabled speech) and also general linguistic views of language system. Specific issues described by each subject are mentioned in the chapter introductions. Neurolinguistics is a part of cognitive science (humanities) as well as...

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