With the emergence of clinical neuropsychology as one of the fastest growing specialties in psychology comes the need for current and future practitioners to stay abreast of the most recent research. A number of professional journals more than adequately meet this need. But, there is also a need to stay up to date on the current thinking about important problems. Drawing upon the expertise of leaders in the field, the editors' intent in this book was to provide the practitioner with a source for discussions of topics that are vital to their ongoing development as clinical neuropsychologists but that generally are not addressed in the literature to any great degree.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.10(w) x 10.10(h) x 1.30(d)|
|Lexile:||1440L (what's this?)|
Table of Contents
Contents: M.J. Meier, The Establishment of Clinical Neuropsychology as a Psychological Specialty. J.E. Shuren, Interdisciplinary Relationships: Behavioral Neurology. F.J. Friedrich, S.D. Rader, Component Process Analysis in Experimental and Clinical Neuropsychology. D.A. Pritchard, Forensic Neuropsychology. L.I. Cripe, Personality Assessment of Brain-Impaired Patients. G.G. Kay, V.N. Starbuck, Computerized Neuropsychological Assessment. E.D. Bigler, S.S. Porter, C.M. Lowry, Neuroimaging: Interface With Clinical Neuropsychology. P. Klonoff, D.G. Lamb, D.A. Chiapelli, S. Kime, J. Shepherd, M. CunninghamCognitive Retraining in a Milieu-Oriented Outpatient Rehabilitation Program. B.K. Schefft, J.F. Malec, B.K. Lehr, F.H. Kanfer, The Role of Self-Regulation Therapy With the Brain-Injured Patient. G. Goldstein, The Etiology of Mental Illness. J.G. Csernanky, K.J. Black, W.O. Faustman, The Interface Between Standard Psychiatric and Neuropsychological Diagnosis. C.R. Reynolds, E.M. James, Development of Neuropsychological Measures. K.R. Krull, R.L. Adams, Problems in Neuropsychological Research Methodology.