Publication Year: 2000
Authors/Editor: Benton, Arthur; Adams, Kenneth M.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The essays in this book cover diverse aspects of the evolution of thought and practice in neuropsychology and behavioral neurology.
Among the topics considered in this volume are the frontal lobes, disorders of spatial thinking, developmental dyslexia and the historical aspects of aphasiology. Emphasis is placed on the interplay of experimental and clinical approaches in advancing understanding of brain-behavior relationships. Explorations in the History of Neuropsychology will be of particular interest to neuroscientists because of its implications for current thinking and practice.