Présentation de l'éditeur
Neuropsychology: Clinical and Experimental Foundations is an engaging and balanced text, providing an intelligible introduction to how the mind works and what happens when the brain is damaged.
Neuropsychology provides an overview of the fascinating clinical evidence that gave rise to the field of human neuropsychology and reviews the latest experimental evidence. Unlike most neuropsychology textbooks that discuss intact functional systems (such as the visual system) separately from discussions of what happens when the system is damaged, this text integrates the material, making it easier from which to teach, and much more engaging from which to learn.
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“[Neuropsychology: Clinical and Experimental Foundations] is a highly readable and engaging presentation of basic principles of neuropsychology and the functional organization of the brain.”
–Lisa Goehler, University of Virginia
“I think this is a wonderful book that students and professors alike will find useful, interesting and enjoyable.”
–Christine Wagner, University of Albany