Lateral Profiles in Preschoolers with Pseudobulbar Dysarthria
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- preschoolers, pseudobulbar dysarthria, functional asymmetry of the brain, lateral profile
The physiological process of the formation of the distribution of functions between the hemispheres in ontogenesis is important from the point of view of the correct development of speech. Also, this process affects the whole spectrum of the characteristics of the psyche, perception and cognitive processes, adaptive capabilities of the body, and control functions over involuntary behavior. The article is devoted to the study of interhemispheric interaction and lateral profiles in preschoolers aged 6-7 years with normal speech development and pseudobulbar dysarthria. The neuropsychological approach to the problem of the formation of mental functions in ontogenesis is used. The novelty of the study is that in children with pseudobulbar dysarthria, a greater variety of lateral phenotypes is registered. And in such children, there is a shift in interhemispheric asymmetry towards the right hemisphere, which is due to sensory asymmetry (leading ear, eye) to a greater extent. The practical significance of the study is as follows: studying the dominance of the hemispheres in preschoolers with speech impairments will help to understand their individual characteristics, identify left-handedness, select neuropsychological techniques and exercises for teaching, educating, and maintaining children’s health.
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TY - CONF AU - N N Malyarchuk AU - A V Arefeva AU - G M Krinitsyna AU - E V Pashchenko PY - 2020/01 DA - 2020/01 TI - Lateral Profiles in Preschoolers with Pseudobulbar Dysarthria BT - Proceedings of the International Scientific and Practical Conference on Education, Health and Human Wellbeing (ICEDER 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 246 EP - 250 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/iceder-19.2020.52 DO - 10.2991/iceder-19.2020.52 ID - Malyarchuk2020/01 ER -