Carlos Hernández-Sacristán

Carlos Hernández-Sacristán
University of Valencia | UV · Department of the Theory of Languages and Communication Sciences

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Coordination of international aphasia research would minimise duplication of effort, support synergistic international activities across languages and multidisciplinary perspectives, and promote high-quality conduct and reporting of aphasia research, thereby increasing the relevance, transparency, and implementation of findings. The Collaboration o...
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Objective The aim of this paper is to assess whether the use of natural metalinguistic skills can be used to differentiate linguistic-communicative profiles of people with dementia (Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal dementia in the behavioural and primary progressive aphasia variants) in the earliest stages of the disease. Method A sample of...
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me based on a pragmaticfunctional paradigm. Elements of the therapeutic programme have been selected from the heuristic plan established in this paradigm by taking into consideration the particular profile of the individual case under study: a case of anomic aphasia. The phases of the therapeutic programme, administration criteria and the intensity...
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The aim of this paper is to examine the effects of a therapeutic programme based on a pragmaticfunctional paradigm. Elements of the therapeutic programme have been selected from the heuristic plan established in this paradigm by taking into consideration the particular profile of the individual case under study: A case of anomic aphasia. The phases...
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Metalinguistic abilities can be considered as a particular domain of human metacognitive activity in which verbal behaviour is involved. They define an interface domain between general language capacities and executive functions, including aspects such as monitoring language production, inhibition of expression, reformulation of speech, management...
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By taking into consideration conversational outputs from aphasic Spanish speakers, a functional characterisation of suspended syntactic constructions will be provided here. Suspensions of syntactic constructions may be initially thought of as attributed to a language processing deficit in people with aphasia, which is, in fact, only partly the case...
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Background: Natural metalinguistic abilities, which are put into play without explicit instructions, constitute the cognitive basis for a “reflexive” use of language, a particular manifestation of the executive function when applied to language and verbal behaviour. This reflexive use entails a specific attentional activity by speakers and hearers...
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La perspectiva semiológico-comunicativa adoptada por el Grupo de Investigación en Neurolingüística y Lingüística Clínica de la Universitat de València tiene como objetivo básico someter a estudio capacidades lingüísticas a través de las cuales se manifiestan, constituyen o desarrollan propiedades de la función simbólica del lenguaje. Tales propieda...
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With clinical purposes in mind, a review of the proximal/distal opposition is carried out in order to define a universal parameter of variability in semiotic procedures. By taking into consideration different-although notionally inter-related-senses of the proximal/distal opposition, a cluster of semiotic properties is proposed, which initially per...
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Oral conversational data are deemed to be a relevant empirical source when it comes to formulating and supporting hypotheses about cognitive processes involved in aphasic linguistic production. With this assumption in mind, free conversational uses of the Spanish and Catalan connector QUE by fluent and non-fluent aphasic speakers are examined by co...
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El proyecto de investigación tiene como finalidad fundamentar la evaluación del déficit formal sintáctico o construccional en afasias a partir de variables de naturaleza pragmático-comunicativa y de funciones cognitivas genéricas implicadas en la conducta verbal. El objetivo último es contribuir a la reorientación o mejora de los instrumentos de in...
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Resumen La distinción proximal / distal ha sido comúnmente usada para caracterizar topológicamente zonas de un órgano biológico, las relativamente más próximas a un "centro" anatómico, frente a las relativamente más alejadas de dicho "centro". Esta distinción topológica se corresponde con otra epigenética, según la cual el dominio proximal precede...
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Se ofrece en el presente estudio una muestra de lenguaje conversacional integrada por siete conversaciones mantenidas por otros tantos sujetos afásicos con interlocutores que son familiares próximos y/o investigadores pertenecientes al Grupo de Investigación en Neurolingüística y Lingüística Clínica de la Universitat de València. El objetivo básico...
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Al hablar de la influencia del contexto en la afasia intentaremos aproximarnos a cómo el marco comunicativo puede condicionar la producción verbal de los hablantes con daño cerebral causante de algún tipo de afasia. Debe quedar claro aquí, antes de nada, que cuando nos referimos al contexto en términos de marco comunicativo no estamos pensando en u...

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The research seeks to determine if Asperger Syndrome students find easier to use words and form sentences in English than neuro-typical students. If so, we intend to delimit and analyse the level of complexity in these uses. In addition, we aim at establishing some sort of relation between the participants’ proficiency in L1 and their proficiency in L2 to determine if the degree in L1 proficiency –due to their Asperger Syndrome- has some type of interrelation with L2 proficiency. Moreover, we expect to register and analyse the English participants’ pronunciation in relation to their grammar, spelling and vocabulary output or language errors/fossilizations. Phenomena as echolalia or ‘foreign accent’ syndrome will also be remarked within the study and taken into account.