MULTILINGUAL APHASIA EXAMINATION (MAE)

is a primarily neurological based examination which has a primary purpose of determining the presence of aphasia and if positively identified, the level of aphasia. There are 11 subtests which attempt to assess various aspects of expressive and receptive language functions including- visual naming, sentence repetition, controlled oral word association, oral spelling, written spelling, block spelling, aural comprehension of words and phrases, reading comprehension of words and phrases and a rating of articulation.

MULTILINGUAL APHASIA EXAMINATION (MAE): "MAE is a neurological based examination which is designed to indicate the presence of aphasia in patients by using 11 different subtests which attempt to assess various aspects of expressive and receptive language functions including- visual naming, sentence repetition, controlled oral word association, oral spelling, written spelling, block spelling, aural comprehension of words and phrases, reading comprehension of words and phrases and a rating of articulation."
Cite this page: N., Pam M.S., "MULTILINGUAL APHASIA EXAMINATION (MAE)," in PsychologyDictionary.org, April 7, 2013, https://psychologydictionary.org/multilingual-aphasia-examination-mae/ (accessed February 18, 2020).
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