The Principles of Neuropsychology
OverviewWritten from a functional perspective, this text offers an applied, clinical, real-life focus and detailed information on neuropathology, clinical syndromes, brain theory, neuropsychological assessment, mind-brain issues, and methods of investigating the brain. Thorough without being encyclopedic, the text presents an appropriate balance of clinical neuropsychology (primary focus) and experimental neuropsychology (secondary focus). By covering the role of the brain in behaviors that range from those as simple as a reflex to those as complex as personality and religion, the authors challenge students to consider behavior from a broader biological perspective. The authors' creative, balanced approach combined with strong pedagogy, current scholarship, and extensive illustrations, positions the text above all competing resources.
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