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  1. A Cognitive Neuropsychological Approach to Assessment and Intervention in Aphasia

    A Clinician's Guide

    By Anne Whitworth, Janet Webster, David Howard

    This book provides both a theoretical and practical reference to cognitive neuropsychological approaches to speech and language therapists working with people with aphasia. Having evolved from the activity of a group of clinicians working with people with aphasia, it is a highly practical guide...

    Published April 13th 2005 by Psychology Press

  2. Syntactic Carpentry

    An Emergentist Approach to Syntax

    By William O'Grady

    Syntactic Carpentry: An Emergentist Approach to Syntax presents a groundbreaking approach to the study of sentence formation. Building on the emergentist thesis that the structure and use of language is shaped by more basic, non-linguistic forces—rather than by an innate Universal Grammar&...

    Published February 16th 2005 by Routledge

  3. Attention

    A Neuropsychological Approach

    By Antony Ward

    Series: Psychology Focus

    Attention: A Neuropsychological Approach provides a fascinating overview of the neuropsychological aspects of attention, revealing how we select our information, divide our attention and control our focus of interest. Through fully integrating cognitive neuropsychological perspectives on attention,...

    Published November 10th 2004 by Psychology Press

  4. Words and Things: Cognitive Neuropsychological Studies in Tribute to Eleanor M. Saffran

    A Special Issue of Cognitive Neuropsychology

    Edited by Marlene Behrmann, Karalyn Patterson

    Series: Special Issues of Cognitive Neuropsychology

    To understand mental function, we need to uncover the representations and processes underlying our ability to comprehend and to produce words, sentences,numbers and objects (or pictures of them). The unique contribution of the field of cognitive neuropsychology is the investigation of these...

    Published March 31st 2004 by Routledge

  5. The Organisation of Conceptual Knowledge in the Brain: Neuropsychological and Neuroimaging Perspectives

    A Special Issue of Cognitive Neuropsychology

    Edited by Alfonso Caramazza, Alex Martin

    Series: Special Issues of Cognitive Neuropsychology

    Category-specific knowledge disorders are among the most intriguing and perplexing syndromes in cognitive neuropsychology. The past decade has witnessed increased interest in these disorders, due largely to a heightened appreciation of the profound implications that an understanding of concept...

    Published July 9th 2003 by Psychology Press

  6. Magnetic Source Imaging of the Human Brain

    Edited by Zhong-Lin Lu, Lloyd Kaufman

    This book is designed to acquaint serious students, scientists, and clinicians with magnetic source imaging (MSI)--a brain imaging technique of proven importance that promises even more important advances. The technique permits spatial resolution of neural events on a scale measured in millimeters...

    Published May 31st 2003 by Psychology Press

  7. Cognitive Neuropsychology and Language Rehabilitation

    A Special Issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

    Edited by Anna Basso, Stefano Cappa, Guido Gainotti

    Series: Special Issues of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

    Even if, in recent years, the study of language disorders in brain-damaged patients has been strongly influenced by models and experimental paradigms of cognitive neuropsychology, much less relevant has been the impact of this new approach to language rehabilitation. Contrasting opinions exist on...

    Published November 20th 2002 by Psychology Press

  8. Exploring Cognition: Damaged Brains and Neural Networks

    Readings in Cognitive Neuropsychology and Connectionist Modelling

    Edited by Gillian Cohen, Robert A. Johnstone, Kim Plunkett

    Exploring Cognition: Damaged Brains and Neural Networks analyses the contribution made by cognitive neuropsychology and connectionist modelling to theoretical explanations of cognitive processes. Bringing together evidence from both damaged brains and neural networks, this exciting and innovative...

    Published May 22nd 2002 by Psychology Press

  9. Cognitive Neuropsychological Approaches to Spoken Word Production

    A Special Issue of Aphasiology

    Edited by Lyndsey Nickels

    Series: Macquarie Monographs in Cognitive Science

    The papers in this volume all examine the nature of spoken word production in aphasia, and how this can inform current theories of language processing. It comprises 7 papers by some of the foremost researchers in the field. The first paper in the volume is an introduction by the editor (Dr Lyndsey...

    Published May 1st 2002 by Psychology Press

  10. Connections

    Brain, Mind and Culture in a Social Anthropology

    By Stephen P. Reyna

    Have you ever wondered how the internal space of our brain connects with the external space of society? Drawing on hermeneutics and neuroscience Stephen Reyna develops an anthropological theory that explains the relationship between the biological and the cultural.Recent popular interest in the...

    Published February 27th 2002 by Routledge