Wybrane techniki kognitywne muzykoterapii neurologicznej w terapii afazji akustyczno-mnestycznej. Opis przypadku


Music is able to stimulate the human brain at different levels, resulting in greater durability of treatment results, as well as the overall health of patients is improved. The aim of the article is to present the use of cognitive neurological music therapy techniques in the treatment of acousticmnestic aphasia patients. In the theoretical part of the article, the language and communication deficits occurring in the acoustic-mnestic aphasia are described. The basic assumptions and mechanisms of neurological music therapy were also presented, as well as the neuromuscular therapeutic techniques were briefly characterized and divided into three groups due to the area of influence (sensomotor, speech therapy and cognitive). Next, a case study of a patient with acoustic-mnestic aphasia was presented. Based on the characteristics and description of linguistic and communication disorders of the patient, appropriate cognitive techniques of neurological musicotherapy were selected and their use in the therapy of the described patient was described.

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Published : 2019-12-22

SytaA. (2019). Wybrane techniki kognitywne muzykoterapii neurologicznej w terapii afazji akustyczno-mnestycznej. Opis przypadku. Logopedia Silesiana, (8), 487-513. https://doi.org/10.31261/LOGOPEDIASILESIANA.2019.08.20

Aneta Syta  logopediasilesiana@us.edu.pl
Zakład Logopedii i Emisji Głosu, Uniwersytet Warszawski  Poland

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