Neuropsychology: Essential Reading List
We're attending the National Academy of Neuropsychology annual meeting in San Diego from the 13th-16th November. Explore our range of titles in neuropsychology and be sure to stop by our booth to purchase these titles and more at a 30% discount!
Clinical Neuropsychology Study Guide and Board Review, Second Edition provides an easy to study volume with sample questions and recommended readings that are specifically designed to help individuals prepare for the ABCN written examination. In addition, this book can be used as a teaching tool for graduate students and trainees at various levels.
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A Compendium of Neuropsychological Tests: Fundamentals of Neuropsychological Assessment and Test Reviews for Clinical Practice
A Compendium of Neuropsychological Tests, Fourth Edition is one of the most well-established reference texts in neuropsychology. This newly-revised, updated, and expanded fourth edition provides a comprehensive overview of essential aspects of neuropsychological practice along with 100 test reviews of well-known neuropsychological tests for adults.
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Ida Sue Baron
Neuropsychological Evaluation of the Child is an updated and expanded desk reference that retains the first edition's organizational structure, strong practical focus, and lifespan developmental perspective. It is a unique compilation of published and unpublished pediatric neuropsychological test normative data.
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Clinical Cultural Neuroscience: An Integrative Approach to Cross-Cultural Neuropsychology (National Academy of Neuropsychology: Series on Evidence-Based Practices)
Clinical Cultural Neuroscience aims to provide clinicians and researchers with an overview of contemporary topics relevant to the study of culture in psychology and neuroscience. Within a translational thematic framework, this multidisciplinary volume surveys our current understanding of human behavior and culture along the spectrum of health and disease across multiple levels of analysis.
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Testimony That Sticks shares the fruits of four years of in-depth interviews with over 70 seasoned forensic neuropsychologists and psychologists, as well as attorneys and judges, presenting what experts actually say on the stand: their best strategies and techniques for communicating science to juries and other triers of fact.
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Kirk J. Stucky
The Neuropsychology Fact-Finding Casebook is a resource for both supervisors and trainees in clinical neuropsychology, as well as for clinicians preparing for board certification. The volume provides 24 compelling and diverse fact-finding cases, one for each month of a two-year residency.
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George P. Prigatano
In Clinical Neuropsychology and the Psychological Care of Persons with Brain Disorders, Dr. Prigatano describes his approach to this complex topic. He reviews some of the defining characteristics of human nature, and blends that discussion with an understanding of how the brain normally develops and declines with age.
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Board Certification in Clinical Neuropsychology: A Guide to Becoming ABPP/ABCN Certified Without Sacrificing Your Sanity (AACN Workshop Series)
Kira E. Armstrong PhD ABPP
At the time this book was published, the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology (ABCN) was the fastest growing specialty board of ABPP with over 1,000 active members. However, the board certification process is challenging and can be intimidating. The objectives of this book are to demystify the process and provide practical advice for achieving board certification through ABPP/ABCN.
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Neuropsychological Assessment in the Age of Evidence-Based Practice: Diagnostic and Treatment Evaluations (National Academy of Neuropsychology: Series on Evidence-Based Practices)
Written by some of the foremost experts in the field of clinical neuropsychology and with practical and concrete examples throughout, this volume shows how evidence-based practice is enhanced by reference to good theory, strong construct validity, and better test score reliability.
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Understanding the Experience of Disability: Perspectives from Social and Rehabilitation Psychology (Academy of Rehabilitation Psychology Series)
Understanding the Experience of Disability: Perspectives from Social and Rehabilitation Psychology is an edited book containing chapters written by social and rehabilitation psychologists who study how social psychological theory can inform our understanding of the experience of disability and rehabilitation.
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Neuropsychology has matured as a science and profession to support a like effort to summarize, across domains, the direction and momentum in the field. The authors are authorities in the subjects they review and provide for the investigator, practitioner and student an overview of the important developments in neuropsychology that cannot be realized from perusal of the journals alone.
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Shane S. Bush
This book enables neuropsychologists to integrate evolving ethical and legal requirements into their professional activities. It looks at new Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychology, Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing, and position statements/practice guidelines by APA.
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Erin E. Andrews
Disability as Diversity: Developing Cultural Competence reveals why disability is a cultural experience, rather than merely a medical status. This book offers practical suggestions for clinicians and researchers who work with people with disabilities in order to be culturally effective in all aspects of assessment, intervention, and scientific inquiry.
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Paul C. Lebby
Brain Imaging: A Guide for Clinicians is designed to provide a foundation of information necessary for those wishing to integrate brain imaging into their practice, or to those who currently review brain scans but have minimal formal training in neuroimaging. The guide covers a range of topics important to those using brain imaging.
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Civil Capacities in Clinical Neuropsychology: Research Findings and Practical Applications (National Academy of Neuropsychology: Series on Evidence-Based Practices)
This is the only book to cover the neuropsychological and legal issues involved in civil capacities. The book integrates excellent case studies throughout the discussion. It is the first book in the prestigious National Academy of Neuropsychology Series on Evidence-Based Practices
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Validity Assessment in Rehabilitation Psychology and Settings (Academy of Rehabilitation Psychology Series)
Dominic A. Carone
Although primarily intended for the rehabilitation psychologist who is new to the topic of validity assessment, this book is also designed to be helpful to other rehabilitation specialists, students and trainees, and psychologists experienced in validity assessment, including neuropsychologists.
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A Practical Guide to Geriatric Neuropsychology focuses on the skills required in testing and treating the older adult population. This book will be helpful for neuropsychologists interested in testing and providing recommendations for older adults and for psychologists interested in treating older adults.
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Authored by numerous leading figures in the field of neuropsychology, this volume emphasizes the critical role that virtual environments, neuroimaging, and data analytics will play as clinical neuropsychology moves forward in the future.
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Suicide Prevention after Neurodisability: An Evidence-Informed Approach (Academy of Rehabilitation Psychology Series)
Grahame K. Simpson
Suicide Prevention after Neurodisability focuses on the challenges faced by eight different types of neurodisability. It pulls together the current knowledge about this risk, detailing a complex interplay between neuropathological, psychiatric, psychological, and psychosocial factors that in part account for this increased presence of suicidal thoughts and behaviors.
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Sarah E. MacPherson
The 'Handbook of frontal lobe assessment' provides a critical review and appraisal of both the neuropsychological and experimental tests that have been devised to assess frontal lobe functions. It includes many tests that have not been included in previously published neuropsychological compendia.
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The Oxford Handbook of Functional Brain Imaging in Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neurosciences (Oxford Library of Psychology)
The Oxford Handbook of Functional Brain Imaging in Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neurosciences describes in a readily accessible manner the several functional neuroimaging methods and critically appraises their applications that today account for a large part of the contemporary cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychology literature.
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Source: Oxford Academic