Cognitive Psychological Study of Articulatory Therapy Programs in the Context of the Coronavirus Pandemic in Algeria Dysphasia Disorder as a Model

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Dr. Amel Amrani , Dr. Ameur Berrabah , Bouhadiba Hayatte, Nennouche Soria


This cognitive psychological study aimed to investigate the role of articulatory therapy in treating dysphasia during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study focused on a sample of four randomly selected dysphasic children. A case study methodology was applied, and the research utilized the following tools: selected items from the Orientation, Judgment, and Language Test (OJL) and a custom-designed parent questionnaire. The results were subjected to quantitative analysis, revealing a decrease in the effectiveness of therapy for this specific group during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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