All Relations between pragmatics and right cerebral hemisphere

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Ahmed Alduais, Issa Al-Qaderi, Hind Alfadd. Pragmatic Language Development: Analysis of Mapping Knowledge Domains on How Infants and Children Become Pragmatically Competent. Children (Basel, Switzerland) vol 9 issue 9 2022 36138716 the themes and topics included (1) analysing pld as a social behaviour through the lens of executive functions; (2) studying pld as a social behaviour based on social understanding; (3) examining pld as a social behaviour associated with autism spectrum disorder; (4) developing an understanding of pld in academic settings through the examination of executive functions; (5) identifying pragmatic competence versus communicative competence as a social behaviour; (6) analysing pragmatic language skills in aphasic patients via epistemic stances (i.e., attitudes towards knowledge in interaction); (7) investigating pld as a behavioural problem in the context of a foreign language; (8) assessing pld as a behavioural problem in individuals with autism spectrum disorder; (9) assessing pld in persons with traumatic brain injury and closed head injury as a behavioural problem; (10) identifying the role of the right hemisphere in executive functions as a cognitive substrate; (11) assessing the impact of pragmatic failure in speech acts on pragmatic competence; and (12) investigating the patterns of pld among learning-disabled children. 2022-09-23 2022-09-29 Not clear
Madhushree Chakrabarty, Kaberi Bhattacharya, Garga Chatterjee, Atanu Biswas, Malay Ghosa. Pragmatic deficits in patients with schizophrenia and right hemisphere damage: A pilot study. International journal of language & communication disorders vol issue 2022 36073996 while pragmatic deficits are well documented in patients with schizophrenia (scz) and right hemisphere damage (rhd), there is a paucity of research comparing the pragmatic deficits of these two groups. 2022-09-08 2022-09-14 Not clear
Madhushree Chakrabarty, Kaberi Bhattacharya, Garga Chatterjee, Atanu Biswas, Malay Ghosa. Pragmatic deficits in patients with schizophrenia and right hemisphere damage: A pilot study. International journal of language & communication disorders vol issue 2022 36073996 pragmatic deficits in patients with schizophrenia and right hemisphere damage: a pilot study. 2022-09-08 2022-09-14 Not clear
Jamila Minga, Melissa Johnson, Margaret Lehman Blake, Davida Fromm, Brian MacWhinne. Making Sense of Right Hemisphere Discourse Using RHDBank. Topics in language disorders vol 41 issue 1 2021 34584326 right hemisphere brain damage (rhd) commonly causes pragmatic language disorders that are apparent in discourse production. 2021-10-01 2022-01-13 Not clear
Noelia Calvo, Sof\\xc3\\xada Abrevaya, Macarena Mart\\xc3\\xadnez Cuiti\\xc3\\xb1o, Brenda Steeb, Dolores Zamora, Lucas Sede\\xc3\\xb1o, Agust\\xc3\\xadn Ib\\xc3\\xa1\\xc3\\xb1ez, Adolfo M Garc\\xc3\\xad. Rethinking the Neural Basis of Prosody and Non-literal Language: Spared Pragmatics and Cognitive Compensation in a Bilingual With Extensive Right-Hemisphere Damage. Frontiers in psychology vol 10 issue 2020 30941077 above and beyond the critical contributions of left perisylvian regions to language, the neural networks supporting pragmatic aspects of verbal communication in native and non-native languages (l1s and l2, respectively) have often been ascribed to the right hemisphere (rh). 2020-09-30 2022-01-13 Not clear
Chiyoko Kobayashi Fran. Reviving pragmatic theory of theory of mind. AIMS neuroscience vol 5 issue 2 2020 32341956 moreover, given that pragmatic component of language is subserved by the right hemisphere of the brain, the evidence also indicates a significant overlap between the neural basis of tom and that of pragmatic comprehension. 2020-09-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Agnieszka Pawe\\xc5\\x82czyk, Emila \\xc5\\x81ojek, Natalia \\xc5\\xbburner, Marta Gaw\\xc5\\x82owska-Sawosz, Tomasz Pawe\\xc5\\x82czy. Higher-order language dysfunctions as a possible neurolinguistic endophenotype for schizophrenia: Evidence from patients and their unaffected first degree relatives. Psychiatry research vol 267 issue 2019 29885556 pragmatic language functions were evaluated with the right hemisphere language battery, attention and executive functions were controlled, as well as age and education level. 2019-02-21 2022-01-13 Not clear
Davood Sobhani Ra. A review on adult pragmatic assessments. Iranian journal of neurology vol 13 issue 3 2014 25422728 pragmatic competence, which is processed in the right hemisphere, comprises a number of interrelated skills that manifest in a range of adaptive behaviors. 2014-11-25 2022-01-12 Not clear
Davood Sobhani-Rad, Askar Ghorbani, Hassan Ashayeri, Shohereh Jalaei, Behrooz Mahmoodi-Bakhtiar. The assessment of pragmatics in Iranian patients with right brain damage. Iranian journal of neurology vol 13 issue 2 2014 25295151 the occurrence of the right hemisphere lesions can interfere with pragmatic abilities, and particularly with the processing of nonliteral speech acts. 2014-10-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
Perrine Ferr\\xc3\\xa9, Bernadette Ska, Camille Lajoie, Am\\xc3\\xa9lie Bleau, Yves Joanett. Clinical Focus on Prosodic, Discursive and Pragmatic Treatment for Right Hemisphere Damaged Adults: What's Right? Rehabilitation research and practice vol 2011 issue 2011 22110970 clinical focus on prosodic, discursive and pragmatic treatment for right hemisphere damaged adults: what's right? 2011-11-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
Scott Barnes, Elizabeth Armstron. Conversation after right hemisphere brain damage: motivations for applying conversation analysis. Clinical linguistics & phonetics vol 24 issue 1 2010 20030553 despite the well documented pragmatic deficits that can arise subsequent to right hemisphere brain damage (rhbd), few researchers have directly studied everyday conversations involving people with rhbd. 2010-02-24 2022-01-12 Not clear
Michael Siegal, Rosemary Varle. Aphasia, language, and theory of mind. Social neuroscience vol 1 issue 3-4 2008 18633785 by contrast, difficulties shown by young children and by adults with right hemisphere brain damage on certain tom tasks often appear to involve the absence of a pragmatic awareness that precludes the expression of tom reasoning. 2008-12-15 2022-01-13 Not clear
Sophie van Rijn, Andr\\xc3\\xa9 Aleman, Hanna Swaab, Tessel Krijn, Guy Vingerhoets, Ren\\xc3\\xa9 Kah. What it is said versus how it is said: comprehension of affective prosody in men with Klinefelter (47,XXY) syndrome. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS vol 13 issue 6 2008 17942024 this study examined the ability of xxy men to decode emotions from tone of voice, a pragmatic aspect of social communication that may be associated with right hemisphere functioning. 2008-01-24 2022-01-12 Not clear
Margaret Lehman Blak. Perspectives on treatment for communication deficits associated with right hemisphere brain damage. American journal of speech-language pathology vol 16 issue 4 2008 17971493 to describe the current treatment research for communication (prosodic, discourse, and pragmatic) deficits associated with right hemisphere brain damage and to provide suggestions for treatment selection given the paucity of evidence specifically for this population. 2008-01-22 2022-01-12 Not clear
Catherine C B Griffith. Pragmatic abilities in adults with and without dyslexia: a pilot study. Dyslexia (Chichester, England) vol 13 issue 4 2008 17624909 the study compares the score results of 20 dyslexic and 20 non-dyslexic adults on the dyslexia adult screening test (dast), the right hemisphere language battery and the author's own pragmatic competence questionnaire. 2008-01-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
S Zanini, K Bryan, G De Luca, A Bav. Italian Right Hemisphere Language Battery: the normative study. Neurological sciences : official journal of the Italian Neurological Society and of the Italian Society of Clinical Neurophysiology vol 26 issue 1 2005 15877183 the battery of tests was not intended to be cognitively oriented, by providing evidence of the cognitive impairments underpinning verbal pragmatic deficits; on the contrary, it permits the detection of the presence/absence of impairments in processing the main pragmatic features of verbal communication traditionally associated with right hemisphere lesions. 2005-07-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
E Zaidel, A Kasher, N Soroker, G Bator. Effects of right and left hemisphere damage on performance of the \"Right Hemisphere Communication Battery\". Brain and language vol 80 issue 3 2002 11896655 the results argue against selective right hemisphere (rh) involvement in the rhcb, alleged to measure pragmatic aspects of language use, and show, instead, bilateral involvement. 2002-05-21 2022-01-11 Not clear
A G Cuerva, L Sabe, G Kuzis, C Tiberti, F Dorrego, S E Starkstei. Theory of mind and pragmatic abilities in dementia. Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology vol 14 issue 3 2002 11513098 deficits in both tom and pragmatic abilities have been described in patients with neurologic disorders, such as frontal lobe lesions and right hemisphere strokes, but have not been assessed in demented patients. 2002-01-02 2022-01-11 Not clear
F Happ\\xc3\\xa9, H Brownell, E Winne. Acquired 'theory of mind' impairments following stroke. Cognition vol 70 issue 3 1999 10384736 the present study examined theory of mind in adults who had suffered right hemisphere stroke, a group known to show pragmatic and social difficulties. 1999-07-09 2022-01-10 Not clear
M Siegal, J Carrington, M Rade. Theory of mind and pragmatic understanding following right hemisphere damage. Brain and language vol 53 issue 1 1996 8722898 as the right hemisphere has been seen to be responsible for the interpretation of the pragmatic aspects of communication, right-hemisphere-damaged (rhd) and left-hemisphere-damaged (lhd) adult patients in our study were compared on their ability to correctly draw inferences in false belief tasks. 1996-10-28 2022-01-10 Not clear
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