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  1. Gaze-Following

    Its Development and Significance

    Edited by Ross Flom, Kang Lee, Darwin Muir

    What does a child’s ability to look where another is looking tell us about his or her early cognitive development? What does this ability—or lack thereof—tell us about a child’s language development, understanding of other’s intentions, and the emergence of autism?...

    Published August 28th 2013 by Psychology Press

  2. Life After Brain Injury

    Survivors' Stories

    By Barbara A. Wilson, Jill Winegardner, Fiona Ashworth

    This is the first book of its kind to include the personal accounts of people who have survived injury to the brain, along with professional therapists' reports of their progress through rehabilitation. The paintings and stories of survivors combine with experts' discussions of the theory and...

    Published August 27th 2013 by Psychology Press

  3. Handbook of Qualitative Research in Communication Disorders

    Edited by Martin J. Ball, Nicole Müller, Ryan L. Nelson

    Series: Language and Speech Disorders

    This volume provides a comprehensive and in-depth handbook of qualitative research in the field of communication disorders. It introduces and illustrates the wide range of qualitative paradigms that have been used in recent years to investigate various aspects of communication disorders. The first...

    Published August 19th 2013 by Psychology Press

  4. Human Cognitive Neuropsychology (Classic Edition)

    By Andrew W. Ellis, Andrew W. Young

    Series: Psychology Press & Routledge Classic Editions

    Cognitive neuropsychology seeks to understand impairments of specific cognitive functions in relation to a model of normal cognitive processing. The conclusions drawn from the study of abnormal processes are in turn used in the development and testing of theories of normal cognition. First...

    Published August 13th 2013 by Psychology Press

  5. Handbook of Neurological Rehabilitation

    Edited by Richard J. Greenwood, Thomas M. McMillan, Michael P. Barnes, Christopher D. Ward

    Changes in the focus of neurological practice worldwide have led to the need for new standard texts that reflect the current state of this expanding area of clinical expertise. The second edition of the Handbook of Neurological Rehabilitation is a major reference source that fulfils this need,...

    Published July 29th 2013 by Psychology Press

  6. The Camden Memory Tests

    By Elizabeth Warrington

    The Camden Memory Tests consist of 5 measures. Each test was developed to fulfil a clinical need that was not met by existing memory tests and they are intended to be used separately.The Pictorial Recognition Memory Test is an exceptionally easy test that can provide useful clinical...

    Published July 26th 2013 by Psychology Press

  7. Uncommon Understanding (Classic Edition)

    Development and disorders of language comprehension in children

    By Dorothy V. M. Bishop

    Series: Psychology Press & Routledge Classic Editions

    This is a Classic Edition of Dorothy Bishop's award-winning textbook on the development of language comprehension, which has been in print since 1997, and now includes a new introduction from the author. The book won the British Psychological Society book award in 1999, and is now widely seen as a...

    Published July 15th 2013 by Psychology Press

  8. Fluency in Reading

    Synchronization of Processes

    By Zvia Breznitz

    This is the first book to examine in-depth the crucial role of the speed of information processing in the brain in determining reading fluency in both normal and dyslexic readers.Part I explains fluency in reading from both traditional and modern perspectives. Fluency has historically been viewed...

    Published July 9th 2013 by Routledge

  9. The Neuropsychology of Smell and Taste

    By G. Neil Martin

    Series: Brain, Behaviour and Cognition

    Smell and taste are our most misunderstood senses. Given a choice between losing our sense of smell and taste, or our senses of sight and hearing, most people nominate the former, rather than the latter. Yet our sense of smell and taste has the power to stir up memories, alter our mood and even...

    Published July 3rd 2013 by Psychology Press

  10. What You Think ADD/ADHD Is, It Isn't

    Symptoms and Neuropsychological Testing Through Time

    By Barbara C. Fisher

    ADD/ADHD is not as easily diagnosed or clear-cut as many believe; in fact it very often acts as a masking agent for other underlying, contributing disorders. It’s important that we understand ADD/ADHD better. What You Think ADD/ADHD Is, It Isn’t: Symptoms and Neuropsychological Testing Through Time...

    Published May 20th 2013 by CRC Press