The Second Edition of Aphasiology: Disorders and Clinical Practice offers a uniquely balanced and comprehensive presentation of aphasia, encompassing both theoretical study and clinical practice.New to this Edition: Updated information on many topics, such as functional assessments and treatments (including ethnography and outcome measures) and medical aspects and treatments keep the text current and competitive in the field. A new chapter on dementias supplements current chapters on other cognitive disorders (right hemisphere dysfunction and traumatic brain injury). Each of these chapters includes additional information on rehabilitation as well as up-to-date information on current research. Content has been reorganized within and between chapters to maximize readability and ease of use as a course text. Psycholinguistics background has been restructured to improve efficiency and readability of the text. Chapter 6 on "Special Investigations" has been eliminated from this edition and its topics have been redistributed, improving the overall flow of the text. Practice quizzes and website listings at the end of most chapters allow students to review what they have just learned and supplement their reading with additional online material.Davis, G. Albyn is the author of 'Aphasiology Disorders And Clinical Practice', published 2006 under ISBN 9780205480999 and ISBN 0205480993.