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Executive Functions in Health and Disease

  • ID: 4080885
  • Book
  • June 2017
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Executive Functions in Health and Disease provides a comprehensive review of both healthy and disordered executive function. It discusses what executive functions are, what parts of the brain are involved, what happens when they go awry in cases of dementia, ADHD, psychiatric disorders, traumatic injury, developmental disorders, cutting edge methods for studying executive functions and therapies for treating executive function disorders. It will appeal to neuropsychologists, clinical psychologists, neuroscientists and researchers in cognitive psychology.

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EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS IN HEALTH 1. Prefrontal Executive Functions Predict and Preadapt 2. The Cellular Mechanisms of Executive Functions and working memory: Relevance to Mental Disorders 3. Gene expression in the Frontal Lobe 4. A Functional Network Perspective on the Role of the Frontal Lobes in Executive Cognition 5. Neural Network Models of Human Executive Function and Decision Making 6. Crucial Role of the Prefrontal Cortex in Conscious Perception 7. Neurodevelopment of Executive Functions 8. Executive Functions and Neurocognitive Aging 9. Assessment of Executive Functions in Research

EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS IN DISEASE 10. Cognitive, Emotional and Behavioral Inflexibility and Perseveration in Neuropsychiatric Disease 11. Functional Neuroimaging of Deficits in Cognitive Control 12. Executive function in striatal disorders 13. Neurodevelopmental disorders and the frontal lobes 14. Executive control and emerging behavior in youth with Tourette's Syndrome 15. Inside the Triple-Decker: Tourette's Syndrome and Cerebral Hemispheres 16. Executive Dysfunction in Addiction 17. Seizures of the Frontal Lobes: Clinical Presentations and Diagnostic Considerations 18. Executive Functions after Traumatic Brain Injury: From Deficit to Recovery 19. Dementias and the Frontal Lobes 20. Executive Function in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 21. Executive Dysfunction in Medical Conditions 22. Assessment of Executive Functions in Clinical Settings

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Elkhonon Goldberg Clinical Professor of Neurology, New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY USA.

Elkhonon Goldberg, Ph.D., is an author, scientist, educator, and clinician, internationally renowned for his clinical work, research, writings and teaching in neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience. He is a Clinical Professor of Neurology at New York University School of Medicine. Diplomate of The American Board of Professional Psychology in Clinical Neuropsychology and Director of Luria Neuroscience Institute. A student and close associate of the great neuropsychologist Alexandr Luria, Elkhonon Goldberg has continued and advanced his scientific and clinical tradition.
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