Preface/Introduction. Part 1: Perspectives on Apraxia. Chapters: 1. Historical Perspectives on Neuroanatomical Correlates of Limb Apraxia (P. Faglioni and A. Basso). 2. Methods of Limb Apraxia Examination and Their Bearing on the Interpretation of the Disorder (E. De Renzi). 3. Ideomotor Apraxia: Gestural Discrimination, Comprehension and Memory (L.J. Gonzales Rothi and K.M. Heilman). 4. Apraxia as a Disorder of a System of Signs (H. Hecaen and P. Rondot). 5. Clues to the Nature of Disruptions to Limb Praxis (K. Poeck). 6. Common Considerations in the study of Limb, Verbal and Oral Apraxia (E.A. Roy and P.A. Square). 7. Apraxia and Aphasia, Anatomical and Clinical Relationship (A. Kertesz). 8. Methods in Neuroanatomical Research and an Experimental Study of Limb Apraxia (A. Basso, P. Faglioni and C. Luzzatti). 9. Can the Study of Praxis in Animals Aid in the Study of Apraxia of Humans? (B. Kolb and I.Q. Whishaw). 10. Development Dyspraxia (S. Cermak).
Part 2: Concepts and Issues Bearing on Apraxia. 11. Response and Projection: A Reinterpretation of the Premotor Concept (G. Goldberg). 12. A Theory of the Representation, Organization and Timing of Action with Implications for Sequencing Disorders (D.G. MacKay). 13. Performance Differences Between the Hands: Implications for Studying Disruption to Limb Praxis (J.I. Todor and A.L. Smiley). 14. Bimanual Coordination (C.L. MacKenzie and R.G. Marteniuk). Author Index. Subject Index.