Exploring The History Of Neuropsychology

Author: Arthur Benton
Publisher: OUP USA
ISBN: 0195138082
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In this collection of his historical papers, he traces the evolution of thought and practice in diverse areas of neuropsychology and behavioral neurology.

Shadows Bright As Glass

Author: Amy Ellis Nutt
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781439150078
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Barker, Fred. “The American Crowbar Case and Nineteenth-Century Theories of
Cerebral Localization.” AANS Bulletin, Spring 1993. Barrett, William. Death of the
Soul: From Descartes to the Computer. Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1986. Bennett,
Drake. “Thinking Literally: The Surprising Ways That Metaphors Shape Your
World.” Boston Globe, Sept. 27, 2009. Benton, Arthur, ed. “The Memoir of Marc
Dax on Aphasia,” in Exploring the History of Neuropsychology: Selected Papers.
Oxford ...

The Handbook Of Sport Neuropsychology

Author: Frank Webbe
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 0826115721
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This chapter highlights the history of neuropsychology in concussion
management, relevant research to this particular athlete demographic, and basic
injury management strategies at this high level of competitive sport. t all levels of
sport and across all ages of athlete, proper management HISTORY OF
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING IN SPORT CONCUSSION MANAGEMENT
The first large-scale research study exploring neurocognitive functioning after
concussion was ...

Principles And Practice Of Behavioral Neurology And Neuropsychology

Author: Matthew Rizzo
Publisher: W B Saunders Company
ISBN: 9780721681542
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Benton A: Exploring the History of Neuropsychology. New York: Oxford University
Press, 2000. Bergen DC, Silberberg D: Nervous system disorders: A global
epidemic. Arch Neurol 59:1194-1196, 2002. Bolwig TG: Putative common
pathways in therapeutic brain stimulation for affective disorders. CNS Spectrums
8:490-495, 2003. Brindley GS: Introduction to sensory experiments, in Physiology
of the Retina and Visual Pathway, ed 2. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1970, pp
. 133-138.

Exploring Brain Activation Patterns In Asymptomatic Athletes With And Without A History Of Two Or More Concussions

Author: Robert J. Elbin
Publisher:
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Sunderland, M.A.: Sinauer Associates, Inc. Iverson, G. L. (2006). Sensitivity of
computerized neuropsychological screening in depressed university students.
Clinical Neuropsychologist, 20, 695-701. Iverson, G. L., Brooks, B. L., Collins,
M. W., & Lovell, M. R. (2006). Tracking neuropsychological recovery following
concussion in sport. Brain Injury, 2003), 245-252. Iverson, G. L., Brooks, B. L.,
Lovell, M. R., & Collins, M. W. (2006). No cumulative effects for one or two
previous concussions.

Exploring Cognition Damaged Brains And Neural Networks

Author: Gillian Cohen
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1317710118
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Readings in Cognitive Neuropsychology and Connectionist Modelling Gillian
Cohen, Robert A. Johnstone, Kim Plunkett ... as well as patterns of performance
in normal and disordered English speakers (e.g., Pinker, 1991), two general
implications are discussed: (1) critical period effects need not derive from
endogenously determined maturational change, but instead may in part result
from learning history in relation to characteristics of the language to be learned (
i.e., entrenchment), ...

Existential Phenomenological Perspectives In Psychology

Author: Ronald S. Valle
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461569893
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Exploring the Breadth of Human Experience Ronald S. Valle, Steen Halling.
forms of ... In this presentation of Luria's position on neuropsychology, we may
note that one central principle is common to both his position and the
phenomenological position—the emphasis on the “internal composition” or
structure of psychological processes. ... Human mental activity is social and
historical in origin and has a structural organization distinguishing it from animal
behavior (Luria, 1966, p. 21).

Traumatic Brain Injury

Author: Robert P. Granacher, Jr.
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849381393
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This is unlike the traditional psychiatric interview technique, which combines the
interview, history, and mental status examination.7 With regard to children, the
reader is referred to Larsen.8 With particular reference to traumatic brain injury (
TBI) in children, the reader is referred to Arffa.9 This exploration of gathering
neuropsychiatric history following brain trauma will separate taking the adult
history from the child history. The taking of history will be augmented by exploring
the use of ...

Psychophysiological Neuropsychological And Psychosocial Differences Between Psychopaths With And Without A History Of Criminal Conviction

Author: Sharon Sono Ishikawa
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Given the poor socialization and disrupted interpersonal interactions observed in
psychopaths, the next step in exploring their psychophysiological responding
would be to examine their responses to social stress. Neuropsychological
Correlates Like the work on psychophysiology, research in neuropsychology
attempts to elucidate potential biological factors of psychopathy. Performance on
neuropsychological tests is purported to reflect brain function, and is used to
detect, in part, ...

Civil Capacities In Clinical Neuropsychology

Author: George J. Demakis
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019977420X
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The field of Clinical Neuropsychology has advanced extensively and successfully
in the worlds of psychology and neurology by following two major tenets. The first
has been the constant focus on exploring and understanding the complex and
intricate relationship between observed behavioral function and brain structure (
and of course changes to that structure). From early observation of the
relationship between injury and behavior to today's combination of psychometric
testing, ...