Cognitive Neuropsychology Twenty Years On
A Special Issue of Cognitive Neuropsychology
Edited by MAX COLTHEART, Alfonso Caramazza
Psychology Press – 2006 – 224 pages
The journal Cognitive Neuropsychology began publication in 1984. In 2004 a special symposium was held at the annual European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology at Bressanone to take stock of the developments in cognitive neuropsychology represented by the first twenty volumes of the journal, and this book is the result. In the book, prominent cognitive neuropsychologists provide state-of-the-art overviews of what cognitive neuropsychology has told us about the normal mechanisms of conceptual representation, spoken word production, the comprehension and construction of sentences, reading, spelling, memory, visual attention visual object recognition, and everyday action and planning. Key topics that are covered include computational cognitive neuropsychology, the relationship of cognitive neuropsychology to cognitive neuroscience, modularity, and the current status of such traditional features of cognitive neuropsychology as the rejection of group studies in favour of single case studies and the rejection of the study of syndromes in favour of the study of symptoms.
A. Caramazza, M. Coltheart, Cognitive Neuropsychology Twenty Years on. A. Caramazza, B.Z. Mahon, The Organization of Conceptual Knowledge in the Brain: The Future's Past and some Future Directions. B. Rapp, M. Goldrick, Speaking Words: Contributions of Cognitive Neuropsychological Research. R.C. Martin, The Neuropsychology of Sentence Processing: Where do we Stand? M. Coltheart, Acquired Dyslexias and the Computational Modelling of Reading. G. Miceli, R. Capasso, Spelling and Dysgraphia. G. Vallar, Memory Systems: The Case of Phonological Short-term Memory. A Festschrift for Cognitive Neuropsychology. G.W. Humphreys, M.J. Riddoch, Features, Objects, Action: The Cognitive Neuropsychology of Visual Object Processing, 1984–2004. L.J. Buxbaum, On the Right (and Left) Track: Twenty Years of Progress in Studying Hemispatial Neglect. M.F. Schwartz, The Cognitive Neuropsychology of Everyday Action Planning.