APHASIA IN THE ARABOPHONE CHILD: A PSYCHOLINGUISTIC STUDY

Mohamed Haoula, Fakht Maarouf

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This work aims at studying the pathological language in the aphasic Arabic-speaking child to understand its cognitive functioning governed by proposed meanings to the considered idiom. This approach will allow us to understand how this dichotomy manifests itself by reference to the linguistic and psycholinguistic specificity that characterizes the Arabic-speaking context. Starting from the specificity of each language, and in our work of the peculiarity of the Arabic language, it is assumed that the meanings conveyed will have different types of manifestations by reference to ordinary life such child's realization in uses.

 

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the aphasic child, combination, Arabic language, selection.

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