Neuropsychology of Asians and Asian Americans

Neuropsychology of Asians and Asian-Americans-1

J. Mark Davis • Rik Carl D’Amato Editors 2014 Practical and Theoretical Considerations The rapid globalization and proliferation of accessible information provide exciting opportunities to explore cultures with which we may have relatively less familiarity. As psychologists and clinicians, we are interested in understanding the experiences and perspectives that have led to the identity of clients we see […]

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Handbook on the Neuropsychology of Aging and Dementia

Handbook on the Neuropsychology of Aging and Dementia-1

Lisa D. Ravdin • Heather L. Katzen Editors 2013 The Clinical Handbooks in Neuropsychology series was designed to be a departure from typical texts by focusing on concrete clinical descriptions and detailed instructions regarding how neuropsychologists evaluate various patient conditions. This particular book was created with the knowledge that older adults are the fastest growing segment of the population, […]

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The Little Black Book of Neuropsychology

The Little Black Book of Neuropsychology-1

Mike R. Schoenberg ● James G. Scott Editors 2011 A Syndrome-Based Approach Neuropsychology is the study of brain–behavior relationships. This book attempts to provide a general review of the science and clinical practice of neuropsychology. The book was designed to offer those interested in neuropsychology a reference guide in the tradition of pocket references in medicine subspecialities.

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The Neuropsychology of Women

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Elaine Fletcher-Janzen Editor 2009 This book, The Neuropsychology of Women, is about brain-behavior relationships across the female life span. Historically, sex differences in research were either ignored or prohibited due to concerns about negative impact on reproductive health. A movement at the Federal level to include women in research studies and outcomes has emerged over the past 20 years.

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Child Neuropsychology

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Margaret Semrud-Clikeman Phyllis Anne Teeter Ellison 2009 Assessment and Interventions for Neurodevelopmental Disorders The human brain represents the product of an ongoing, six-billion-year construction project. In its physical form and function, the human brain represents millions upon millions of trial-and-error adaptive adjustments. Comprised of an estimated 100 billion neurons and many more glial cells it is organized into thousands of […]

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