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  1. Alcohol and Alcoholism

    Effects on Brain and Development

    Edited by John H. Hannigan, Linda P. Spear, Norman E. Spear, Charles R. Goodlett

    This is the first volume that focuses on the lifespan neurobehavioral factors likely to determine susceptibility to alcohol abuse and its consequences. The chapters offer careful analysis of the effects of ethanol on the fetus, the infant, the adolescent, and the adult. The authors include...

    Published February 1st 1999 by Psychology Press

  2. Handbook Of Clinical And Experimental Neuropsychology

    Edited by Gianfranco Denes, Luigi Pizzamiglio

    The domain of neuroscience has had one of the most explosive growths in recent decades: within this development there has been a remarkable and renewed interest in the study of the relations between behaviour and the central nervous system. Part of this new attention is connected with the...

    Published October 27th 1998 by Psychology Press

  3. The Neuropsychology of Dreams

    A Clinico-anatomical Study

    By Mark Solms

    Series: Institute for Research in Behavioral Neuroscience Series

    In this book, Mark Solms chronicles a fascinating effort to systematically apply the clinico-anatomical method to the study of dreams. The purpose of the effort was to place disorders of dreaming on an equivalent footing with those of other higher mental functions such as the aphasias, apraxias,...

    Published March 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  4. The Mythomanias

    The Nature of Deception and Self-deception

    Edited by Michael S. Myslobodsky

    Recently, there has been a renewal of interest in the broad and loosely bounded range of phenomena called deception and self-deception. This volume addresses this interest shared by philosophers, social and clinical psychologists, and more recently, neuroscientists and cognitive scientists. Expert...

    Published January 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  5. Clinical Neuropsychology

    Theoretical Foundations for Practitioners

    Edited by Mark E. Maruish, James A. Moses

    With the emergence of clinical neuropsychology as one of the fastest growing specialties in psychology comes the need for current and future practitioners to stay abreast of the most recent research. A number of professional journals more than adequately meet this need. But, there is also a need to...

    Published November 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  6. Recovery After Traumatic Brain Injury

    Edited by Barbara P. Uzzell, Henry H. Stonnington

    Series: Institute for Research in Behavioral Neuroscience Series

    Emotions, behaviors, thoughts, creations, planning, daily physical activities, and routines are programmed within our brains. To acquire these capacities, the brain takes time to fully develop--a process that may take the first 20 years of life. Disruptions of the brain involving neurons, axons,...

    Published October 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  7. Mastering Expert Testimony

    A Courtroom Handbook for Mental Health Professionals

    By William T. Tsushima, Robert M. Anderson, Jr., Robert M. Anderson

    The past two decades have seen a rapidly growing involvement of psychologists and psychiatrists in legal proceedings for criminal cases, divorces, and traffic and industrial accidents. Mental health professionals are traditionally not trained to cope with the legal responsibilities that arise from...

    Published September 1st 1996 by Routledge

  8. Basic and Applied Memory Research

    Volume 1: Theory in Context; Volume 2: Practical Applications

    Edited by Douglas J. Herrmann, Cathy McEvoy, Chris Hertzog, Paula Hertel, Marcia K. Johnson

    Basic researchers unlock the secrets of nature; applied researchers unlock the means by which those secrets of nature can change people's lives. Neither basic nor applied research has an independent impact. These volumes examine the convergence of basic and applied research in the field of memory....

    Published September 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  9. Basic and Applied Memory Research

    Volume 1: Theory in Context; Volume 2: Practical Applications

    Edited by Douglas J. Herrmann, Chris Hertzog, Cathy McEvoy, Paula Hertel, Marcia K. Johnson

    Basic researchers unlock the secrets of nature; applied researchers unlock the means by which those secrets of nature can change people's lives. Neither basic nor applied research has an independent impact. These volumes examine the convergence of basic and applied research in the field of memory....

    Published September 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  10. Activity Anorexia

    Theory, Research, and Treatment

    Edited by W. Frank Epling, W. David Pierce

    This volume provides researchers and clinicians with an insight into recent developments in activity anorexia. Much of the basic information on the topic has come from animal literature; the theory of activity anorexia is built on an animal model of self-starvation (rats placed on a single daily...

    Published August 1st 1996 by Psychology Press