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Title The Blackwell dictionary of neuropsychology / edited by J. Graham Beaumont, Pamela M. Kenealy, and Marcus Rogers
Published Cambridge, Mass. : Blackwell Publishers, 1996


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Description xix, 788 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Summary The texts have been written around a standard set of brain diagrams which enable writers on different subjects to illustrate their entries with consistent visual resources. The editors have concentrated on producing a comprehensive reference book which will be of use to undergraduates, clinical workers and researchers, postgraduates in clinical psychology, speech therapists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, and psychiatrists
This large single-volume dictionary defines and explains the great number of technical terms employed within those areas of neuropsychology and medicine that are strictly relevant to human neuropsychology. While it does not cover wider areas such as pharmacology, psychiatry and neurophysiology, it includes all topics of direct interest to practicing neuropsychologists or those engaged on neuropsychological research with humans. Central to the book are a number of extended entries of over 8000 words which define and discuss key topics in the field. These are supported by a network of shorter entries ranging from 500 to 5000 words in length, and by a large number of glossary items which have been fully cross-referenced to the main entries
Analysis Neuropsychology -- Dictionaries
Neuropsychology -- dictionaries
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Neuropsychology -- Dictionaries.
Genre/Form Dictionary.
Author Beaumont, J. Graham.
Kenealy, Pamela M.
Rogers, Marcus, clinical psychologist
LC no. 95017884
ISBN 0631178961 (hardcover : alk. paper)
0631214356 (paperback)
Other Titles Dictionary of neuropsychology