Malattia d'Alzheimer: linguaggio e comunicazione impliciti

Author/s Louis Ploton
Publishing Year 2008 Issue 2008/1-2
Language Italian Pages 9 P. 287-295 File size 224 KB
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Malattia d'Alzheimer: linguaggio e comunicazione impliciti Patients with Alzheimer disease are known to lose the ability to talk and even think with words. However, they show a great sensitiveness to empathy, and an ability to communicate their emotional state in a correct way, using face expression, attitude, voice modulation, look and behaviour. The question here is to know whether such patients have the ability to interact with their entourage in a completely implicit (unconscious) way. This leads us to work clinically, using the hypothesis that well shaped thoughts are built on affective thought-matrix that can be involved in intuitive exchange, especially between people with strong relationships.

Louis Ploton, Malattia d'Alzheimer: linguaggio e comunicazione impliciti in "RICERCHE DI PSICOLOGIA " 1-2/2008, pp 287-295, DOI: