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Clinical Neuropsychology. A Practical Guide to Assessment and Management for Clinicians. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2292859
  • Book
  • 624 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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While often viewed as a specialty within clinical psychology, neuropsychology and its applications remain highly relevant to all areas of clinical practice involving patients with alterations in cognitive functioning. Updated and revised to reflect the current state of knowledge in the field, the second edition of
Clinical Neuropsychology provides trainee and practicing clinical psychologists with an invaluable overview of a wide range of neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation issues in the context of recent neurophysiological, neuroanatomical, neurological, and neuroimaging developments..

While the primary focus continues to be on areas of knowledge and skill to enable practicing clinicians to assess the cognitive functioning of clients and consider suitable rehabilitation and treatment options, a variety of new topics are featured here. These include the evaluation of research designs and neuropsychological interventions, working with clients with very severe and profound brain injury, differentiating between clients with different subtypes of frontotemporal lobar degeneration, the proper assessment of mental capacity, and the impact of cognitive impairment on driving ability.

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List of Contributors ix

Preface xv

Preface to the First Edition xix

Part 1 General Introduction

1 General Introduction:What Is the Relevance of Neuropsychology for Clinical Psychology Practice? 3
Laura H. Goldstein and Jane E. McNeil

Part 2 Neuroscience Background

2 Neuroanatomy and Neuropathology 23
Nigel J. Cairns

3 Neurological Investigations 61
John D. C. Mellers and Naomi A. Sibtain

Part 3 Neuropsychological Assessment: General Issues

4 Psychological and Psychiatric Aspects of Brain Disorder: Nature, Assessment and Implications for Clinical Neuropsychology 87
Richard G. Brown

5 The Effects of Prescribed and Recreational Drug Use on Cognitive Functioning 105
Jane Powell

6 Quantitative Aspects of Neuropsychological Assessment 129
John R. Crawford

Part 4 Adult Neuropsychology

7 Disorders of Memory 159
Jonathan J. Evans

8 Disorders of Language and Communication 185
Pat McKenna and Karen Bonham

9 Executive Dysfunction 209
Paul W. Burgess and Nick Alderman

10 Acquired Disorders of Voluntary Movement 239
Laura H. Goldstein

11 Visuo–Spatial and Attentional Disorders 261
Tom Manly, Jessica Fish and Jason B. Mattingley

12 Disorders of Number Processing and Calculation 293
Jane E. McNeil

Part 5 Neuropsychology: Specialist Areas ofWork

13 Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment of Children 317
Jody Warner–Rogers

14 Neuropsychological Assessment of Older Adults 347
Robin G. Morris and Rebecca L. Brookes

15 Neuropsychology of Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration: Frontotemporal Dementia, Semantic Dementia and Progressive Non–Fluent Aphasia 375
Julie Snowden

16 Very Severe and Profound Brain Injury 397
J. Graham Beaumont

17 Neuropsychology and the Law 415
Graham E. Powell

18 Mental Capacity 445
Camilla Herbert

Part 6 Rehabilitation

19 Theoretical Approaches to Cognitive Rehabilitation 463
Fergus Gracey and Barbara A. Wilson

20 Planning, Delivering and Evaluating Services 483
Camilla Herbert

21 Research Design and Outcome Evaluation 505
Andrew Worthington

22 Interventions for Psychological Problems After Brain Injury 527
Andy Tyerman and Nigel S. King

23 Neurorehabilitation Strategies for People with Neurodegenerative Conditions 549
Jennifer Rusted and Esme Moniz–Cook

24 Driving in Neurological Patients 567
Nadina B. Lincoln and Kate A. Radford

Index 589

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Laura H. Goldstein
Jane E. McNeil
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