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Dream Psychology

by Sigmund Freud & André Tridon (Translator)

Sigmund Freud (1856–1939) was an Austrian neurologist and the father of psychoanalysis, a clinical method for treating psychopathology through dialogue between a patient and a psychoanalyst.

THE MEDICAL profession...


Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: The International Handbook

by Barbara A. Wilson, Jill Winegardner & Caroline M. van Heugten

This outstanding new handbook offers unique coverage of all aspects of neuropsychological rehabilitation. Compiled by the world's leading clinician-researchers, and written by an exceptional team of international...


The Boy Who Loved Too Much: A True Story of Pathological Friendliness

by Jennifer Latson

The poignant story of a boy’s coming-of-age complicated by Williams syndrome, a genetic disorder that makes people biologically incapable of distrust.

What would it be like to see everyone as a friend? Twelve-year-old...


Sport and the Brain: The Science of Preparing, Enduring and Winning, Part A

by Mark Wilson, Vincent Walsh & Beth Parkin

Sport and the Brain: The Science of Preparing, Enduring and Winning, Part A, Volume 231 reflects recent advancements in the understanding of how elite athletes prepare for-and perform at-peak levels during competition....


Introduction to Resting State fMRI Functional Connectivity

by Janine Bijsterbosch, Stephen M. Smith & Christian F. Beckmann

Spontaneous 'resting-state' fluctuations in neuronal activity offer insights into the inherent organisation of the human brain, and may provide markers for diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. Resting...


Theoretical Issues in Stuttering

by Ann Packman & Joseph S. Attanasio

Despite decades of research into the nature and treatment of stuttering, the causes and underlying mechanisms of it are still not well understood. In this unique and comprehensive overview of the numerous theories...


A Different Perspective After Brain Injury: A Tilted Point of View

by Christopher Yeoh

Whilst preparing for his travel adventures into a world he had yet to explore, Christopher Yeoh was involved in a road traffic accident and experienced something few others would be "privileged" to witness....


Bouncing Back

by Richard Wanlass

Decline in our physical and mental abilities may be due to injury, illness, or chronic pain, or may simply be the results of normal aging. Sometimes changes in ability are gradual enough and minor enough that...


The Role of Technology in Clinical Neuropsychology

by Robert L. Kane & Thomas D. Parsons

Neuropsychology as a field has been slow to embrace and exploit the potential offered by technology to either make the assessment process more efficient or to develop new capabilities that augment the assessment...


The CRF Signal

by Jay Schulkin

Information molecules, such as Cortico-Releasing Factor (CRF), are ancient and widely distributed across diverse organs, playing various regulatory roles. CRF has been associated with a range of human conditions,...


How Your Brain Works: Inside the most complicated object in the universe

by New Scientist

WHAT MAKES YOU, YOU?

Ever wondered what's going on inside your head? The brain has long been a source of fascination. In 1819, the radical thinker and surgeon William Lawrence put it like this: "It is strongly...


Real Life Diaries

by Lynda Cheldelin Fell, Brenda L Kleinsasser & MaryKay Schreiner

What really happens in the aftermath of a brain injury? Why can’t doctors give definitive answers? Will life ever return to normal? In Living with a Brain Injury, fourteen victims and caregivers invite readers...


Neuropsychological Evaluation of Somatoform and Other Functional Somatic Conditions: Assessment Primer

by Kyle Brauer Boone

Neuropsychologists are provided with little formal education and training regarding the identification and measurement of somatoform symptoms, yet these conditions are highly prevalent, with estimates indicating...


How Emotions Are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain

by Lisa Feldman Barrett

A new theory of how the brain constructs emotions that could revolutionize psychology, health care, the legal system, and our understanding of the human mind


Handbook of Child Language Disorders: 2nd Edition

by Richard G. Schwartz

The acquisition of language is one of the most remarkable human achievements. When language acquisition fails to occur as expected, the impact can be far-reaching, affecting all aspects of the child's life and...


Rethinking Cognitive Enhancement

by Ruud ter Meulen, Ahmed Mohammed & Wayne Hall

There has been much recent excitement amongst neuroscientists and ethicists about the possibility of using drugs, as well as other technologies, to enhance cognition in healthy individuals. This excitement has...


Neurobehavioural Disability and Social Handicap Following Traumatic Brain Injury

by Tom M. McMillan & Rodger Ll. Wood

Neurobehavioural disability (NBD) follows many forms of serious brain injury and is a major constraint on social independence. This book brings together a group of leading academics and practising clinicians...


Neuropsychological Assessment in the Age of Evidence-Based Practice

by Stephen C. Bowden

Evidence-based practice has become the benchmark for quality in healthcare and builds on rules of evidence that have been developed in psychology and other health-care disciplines over many decades. This volume...


Neuropsychology of Visual Perception

by Jason W. Brown

Originally published in 1989, this sourcebook for anatomic studies in the neuropsychology of visual perception contains chapters on disorders of visual agnosias, impaired object perception and spatial neglect,...


Memory Practices and Learning: Interactional, Institutional and Sociocultural Perspectives

by Åsa Mäkitalo, Per Linell & Roger Säljö

Memory and learning are seen as mental phenomena and generally studied as brain processes, for example, within various branches of psychology and neuroscience. This book represents a rather different tack, based...