A hallmark of aphasia, or language problems after a stroke or brain injury, is difficulty finding words. This word-finding problem, also known as anomia, can be extremely frustrating and long-lasting. Traditional treatments for naming problems often involve looking at a picture and trying to say the name of it, sometimes with cues or hints to

A hallmark of aphasia, or language problems after a stroke or brain injury, is difficulty finding words. This word-finding problem, also known as anomia, can be extremely frustrating and long-lasting. Traditional treatments for naming problems often involve looking at a picture and trying to say the name of it, sometimes with cues or hints to

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