Conversation analysis as a new approach to the differential diagnosis of epileptic and non-epileptic seizure disorders

Gülich E (2012)
In: Hearing aids communication : integrating social interaction, audiology and user centered design to improve communication with hearing loss and hearing technologies. Egbert M, Deppermann A (Eds); Mannheim: Verl. für Gesprächsforschung: 146-158.

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An applied project with conversation analysts and medical experts in epileptology demonstrates an interdisciplinary collaboration from inception to successful implementation. The starting point was the clinical problem of diagnosing what kind of seizure a patient is suffering from in order to select the appropriate treatment, a process which may take several years. The conversation analytical (“CA”) examination of patients’ seizure descriptions yielded distinct CA/linguistic categories indicative of the seizure type. On this basis, a scoring table for differential diagnosis was developed for clinicians. This innovative collaboration serves to illustrate a possible methodological trajectory for other projects at the interface of medicine and interaction, such as hearing loss.
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Hearing aids communication : integrating social interaction, audiology and user centered design to improve communication with hearing loss and hearing technologies
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Gülich E. Conversation analysis as a new approach to the differential diagnosis of epileptic and non-epileptic seizure disorders. In: Egbert M, Deppermann A, eds. Hearing aids communication : integrating social interaction, audiology and user centered design to improve communication with hearing loss and hearing technologies. Mannheim: Verl. für Gesprächsforschung; 2012: 146-158.
Gülich, E. (2012). Conversation analysis as a new approach to the differential diagnosis of epileptic and non-epileptic seizure disorders. In M. Egbert & A. Deppermann (Eds.), Hearing aids communication : integrating social interaction, audiology and user centered design to improve communication with hearing loss and hearing technologies (pp. 146-158). Mannheim: Verl. für Gesprächsforschung.
Gülich, E. (2012). “Conversation analysis as a new approach to the differential diagnosis of epileptic and non-epileptic seizure disorders” in Hearing aids communication : integrating social interaction, audiology and user centered design to improve communication with hearing loss and hearing technologies, Egbert, M., and Deppermann, A. eds. (Mannheim: Verl. für Gesprächsforschung), 146-158.
Gülich, E., 2012. Conversation analysis as a new approach to the differential diagnosis of epileptic and non-epileptic seizure disorders. In M. Egbert & A. Deppermann, eds. Hearing aids communication : integrating social interaction, audiology and user centered design to improve communication with hearing loss and hearing technologies. Mannheim: Verl. für Gesprächsforschung, pp. 146-158.
E. Gülich, “Conversation analysis as a new approach to the differential diagnosis of epileptic and non-epileptic seizure disorders”, Hearing aids communication : integrating social interaction, audiology and user centered design to improve communication with hearing loss and hearing technologies, M. Egbert and A. Deppermann, eds., Mannheim: Verl. für Gesprächsforschung, 2012, pp.146-158.
Gülich, E.: Conversation analysis as a new approach to the differential diagnosis of epileptic and non-epileptic seizure disorders. In: Egbert, M. and Deppermann, A. (eds.) Hearing aids communication : integrating social interaction, audiology and user centered design to improve communication with hearing loss and hearing technologies. p. 146-158. Verl. für Gesprächsforschung, Mannheim (2012).
Gülich, Elisabeth. “Conversation analysis as a new approach to the differential diagnosis of epileptic and non-epileptic seizure disorders”. Hearing aids communication : integrating social interaction, audiology and user centered design to improve communication with hearing loss and hearing technologies. Ed. Maria Egbert and Arnulf Deppermann. Mannheim: Verl. für Gesprächsforschung, 2012. 146-158.
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