Peter Reid preid at reidit.co.uk
Thu Dec 28 11:13:52 EST 2017

Hi David

Thanks for the feedback.  You may be right, I'm just going on the description given by the family.  As I've replied to Richmond, I'm not a medic.  Nevertheless, I'll continue anyway as the family are very positive about it and how it helps them engage with the problem as a whole family. I don't really mind if the result is a placebo effect, just as long as the family feel it is of some benefit.

But you're correct in general, I should make sure I'm coding towards the correct target!

Peter Reid
Loughborough, UK

> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 09:04:07 +0000
> From: David Glasgow <dvglasgow at gmail.com>
> To: How to use LiveCode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com>
> Subject: "Aphasia" (was Re: use-livecode Digest, Vol 171, Issue 44)
> Unfortunately, it is all rather more complicated than either Richmond or Peter suggest. There are many more contributing areas than Brocas, and what Peter describes doesn't appear to be aphasia at all, but rather a pathology of semantics or word finding. 
> It's not possible to be more specific without more information, and my advice would be to speak with a neuropsychologist before coding. You could spend a lot of time comparing wavs and coming up with a solution to the wrong problem. 
> Best wishes 
> David Glasgow
> Sent from my iBrain via iFingers & iPad

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