Foreword to the English Edition, by David E. Tupper. Introduction.
1: Psychological characteristics of the communicative process. 1.1. The concept of 'communication' and its value in human life. 1.2. The informative aspect of communication. 1.3. The interactive aspect of communication. 1.4. The perceptive aspect of communication. 1.5. The interrelation and interconnection of personality changes and communicative disorders.
2: Personality changes in patients with operational disorders in communication. 2.1. Components of communicative operations. 2.2. Personality changes and the syndrome of aphasia. 2.3. Changes in self-appraisal level in aphasic patients. 2.4. Peculiarities of aspiration level in aphasics. 2.5. The dual nature of personality changes in aphasia. 2.6. An analysis of personal attitudes in patients with aphasia. 2.7. On problems of interpersonal relations in families of aphasics. 2.8. Personality changes in patients with logoneurosis.
3: Personality changes in patients with disorders of the motivational component of communication. 3.1. Disorders of the motivational component due to operational defects in communication. 3.2. Motivational disorders unrelated to operational defects of communication.
4: Personality changes in disturbances of the communication control and monitoring component.
5: Communication as a curative factor. 5.1. The prophylactic aspect of communication. 5.2. The therapeutic effect of communication.
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