Wernicke's Aphasia refers to a form of Aphasia in which the person is able to produce Language but has lost the ability to comprehend, so that these verbal productions have no meaning.
Damage to the left hemisphere auditory processing areas results in the partial or total inability to decipher spoken words. This condition is also known as receptive aphasia.
A form of aphasia caused by damage to Wernicke's area and characterized by impaired comprehension of speech and difficulty in attempting to produce the right word.
An aphasia characterized by fluent speech that is not informational and by disorders of comprehension. Also called receptive aphasia.