International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Case Studies | Physiology Science | India | Volume 4 Issue 1, January 2015

A Case Study: Behavioral Analysis and Understanding Speech Language Problem (SLP) of Aphasia in Vidarbha, Maharashtra (India)

Chavhan P. H | Sangode V. K

Abstract: Language is defined as an accepted structural symbolic system for interpersonal communication composed of sounds arranged in ordered sequence to form words, with rules for combining these words into sequences or strings that expresses thoughts, intentions, experiences, and feelings. The human communicated with speech and symbolic languages. In Vidarbha region commonly four vernacular languages were spoken by the various community people viz, Marathi, Hindi, Waradi and Chhattisgarhi. The Speech Language Problem (SLP) disorders including Aphasia and Dysarhria such as Flaccid dysarthria, Ataxic dysarthria, Spastic dysarthria, Hyperkinetic dysarthria, Hypokinetic dysarthria, Apraxia include Oral apraxia and Verbal apraxia, Dementia, Voice disorders are common neurological disorder were commonly found. Our result showed that among observed population on gender bias male shows 4 % SLP whereas female shows 3 % thus 7 % population shows SLP as major disorder. Therefore we present here a simplified and easy approach towards the understanding and examination of SLP to solve myth and confusion among local peoples of Vidarbha region.

Keywords: Speech language problem, Behavior, Aphasia

Edition: Volume 4 Issue 1, January 2015,

Pages: 1663 - 1665

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