Handbook of Neuropsychology

Series Editors:

  • François Boller, M.D., Ph.D., U 324 INSERM Cognitive Neuroscience Section, Centre Paul Broca, 2 ter rue dAlésia, 75014 Paris, France. Phone: +33-1-4581 4421, Fax: +33-1-4589 6848, E-mail: boller@broca.inserm.fr
  • Jordan Grafman, Ph.D., National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes, NIH, Building 10, Room 5C205, 10 Center Drive MSC 1440, Bethesda, MD 20892-1440, USA. Phone: +1-301-496 0220, Fax: +1-301-480 2909, E-mail: grafmanj@ninds.nih.gov

Editorial Board:

  • J.C. Baron, Caen
  • G. Berlucchi, Verona
  • G.W. Bruyn, Leiden
  • S. Corkin, Cambridge, MA
  • A. Damasio, Iowa City
  • E. De Renzi, Modena
  • G. Gainotti, Rome
  • H. Gardner, Boston
  • H. Goodglass, Boston
  • J.A. Hendler, College Park, MD
  • M. Jeannerod, Paris
  • R. Johnson, Jr., Flushing, NY
  • R. Katzman, La Jolla
  • R.D. Nebes, Pittsburgh
  • I. Rapin, New York
  • G. Rizzolatti, Parma
  • S. Segalowitz, St. Catharines, Ontario
  • H. Spinnler, Milan
  • L.R. Squire, La Jolla

The Handbook of Neuropsychology is a reference source that provides for the first time comprehensive and current coverage of both experimental and clinical aspects of neuropsychology. To this end, the authoritative chapter authors have produced in-depth reviews that go beyond a summary of their results and points of view. Each chapter is up-to-date, covering the latest developments in methodology and theory. Discussion of bedside evaluations, laboratory techniques, as well as extensive discussions of theoretical models are all to be found in the Handbook.The Handbook also presents the latest findings and methodologies of functional neuroimaging techniques such as PET, fMRI, and transcranial magnetic stimulation. The Handbook of Neuropsychology is an essential source for clinicians such as neuropsychologists, neurologists, psychiatrists and psychologists, as well as for all scientists engaged in research in the neurosciences.

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