By Elaine Fletcher-Janzen
The Neuropsychology of Women
Edited by way of Elaine Fletcher-Janzen, inner most perform, Cleveland
The male mind has normally set the normal within the neuroscientific literature, even if the subject used to be common improvement or pathological stipulations; but complicated components give a contribution to ladies having overview and remedy wishes except these of fellows. the present quantity within the Diversity in medical Neuropsychology sequence, The Neuropsychology of Women is the 1st source to concentration solely on those factors.
The contributing panel of neuropsychologists and researchers bargains the reader an intensive grounding in woman mind functioning in developmental, cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and pathology contexts whereas additionally elevating and addressing major questions on socioeconomic variables that regularly lead to compromised care. A deeper understanding of those information complements readers’ medical wisdom, resulting in extra actual evaluation and analysis, definitely adapted interventions, and higher remedy results in those bankruptcy areas:
- Traumatic mind injury.
- Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.
- Learning disabilities.
- Eating disorders.
- Seizure disorders.
- Psychopathological conditions.
The Neuropsychology of Women is an incredible breakthrough within the cultural competence literature, deserving of a large viewers between neuropsychologists (hospital-based, educational, deepest practice), scientific psychologists, and rehabilitation execs.
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