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Principles and Practice of Lifespan Developmental Neuropsychology


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Section 1. Theory and Models: 1. A lifespan review of developmental neuroanatomy John Willamson; 2a. Developmental models in pediatric neuropsychology Jane Holmes Bernstein; 2b. Models of developmental neuropsychology: adult & geriatric Tyler J. Story and Deborah K. Attix; 3. Multicultural considerations in lifespan neuropsychological assessment Thomas Farmer and Clemente Vega; Section 2. Disorders: 4. Structural and functional neuroimaging throughout the lifespan Brenna C. McDonald and Andrew J. Saykin; 5a. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children and adolescents David Marks, Joey Trampush and Anil Chacko; 5b. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults Margaret Semrud-Clikeman and Jodene Goldenring Fine; 5c. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a lifespan synthesis Jeffrey M. Halperin, Anne-Claude V. Bedard and Olga G. Berwid; 6a. Learning disorders in children and adolescents Gregory M. Stasi and Lori G. Tall; 6b. Learning disorders in adults Elizabeth P. Sparrow; 6c. Synthesis of chapters on learning disabilities: overview and additional perspectives H. Lee Swanson; 7a. Infants and children with spina bifida Heather B. Taylor, Susan H. Landry, Lianne English and Marcia Barnes; 7b. Adolescence and emerging adulthood in individuals with spina bifida: a developmental neuropsychological perspective Kathy Zebracki, Michael Zaccariello, Frank Zelko and Grayson N. Holmbeck; 7c. Spina bifida/Myelomeningocele and Hydrocephalus across the lifespan: a developmental synthesis Ilana Gonik, Scott J. Hunter and Jamila Cunningham; 8. Cerebral palsy across the lifespan Seth Warchausky, Desiree White and Marie van Tubbergen; 9a. Intellectual disability across the lifespan Bonnie Klein-Tasman and Kelly Janke; 9b. Lifespan aspects of PDD/autism spectrum disorders (ASD) Julie M. Wolf and Sarah J. Paterson; 9c. Autism spectrum disorders and intellectual disability: common themes and points of divergence Marianne Barton, Colby Chlebowski and Deborah Fein; 10a. Hearing loss across the lifespan: neuropsychological perspectives Betsy Kammerer, Amy Szarkowski and Peter Isquith; 10b. Visual impairment across the lifespan: neuropsychological perspectives Lisa M. Noll and Lana L. Harder; 11a. Traumatic brain injury in childhood Michael W. Kirkwood, Keith Owen Yeates and Jane Holmes Bernstein; 11b. Adult outcomes of pediatric traumatic brain injury Miriam Beauchamp, Julian Dooley and Vicki Anderson; 11c. Neurobehavioral aspects of traumatic brain injury sustained in adulthood Tresa Roebuck-Spencer, James Banos, Mark Sherer and Thomas Novack; 11d. Traumatic brain injury in older adults Felicia C. Goldstein and Harvey S. Levin; 11e. Traumatic brain injury across the lifespan: A long-term developmental perspective Jacobus Donders; 12a. Pediatric aspects of epilepsy Lindsey Felix and Scott J. Hunter; 12b. A lifespan perspective of cognition in epilepsy Michael Seidenberg and Bruce Hermann; 13a. Leukemia and lymphoma across the lifespan Kevin R. Krull and Neelam Jain; 13b. Lifespan aspects of brain tumors Celiane Rey-Casserly; 14. Lifespan aspects of endocrine disorders Geoffrey Tremont, Jennifer Duncan Davis, and Christine Trask; 15. Metabolic and neurodegenerative disorders across the lifespan Richard Ziegler and Elsa Shapiro; 16a. Psychopathological conditions in children and adolescents Abigail B. Sivan; 16b. Psychopathological conditions in adults Anthony C. Ruocco, Elizabeth Kunchandy and Maureen Lacy; 16c. Neuropsychological aspects of psychopathology across the lifespan: a synthesis Alexandra Zagoloff and Scott Hunter.

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Covers the empirical foundations and current practice of developmental neuropsychology from infancy through adolescence, to adulthood and into later life.

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Jacobus Donders is Chief Psychologist, Psychology Service, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. Scott J. Hunter is Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Behavioral Neuroscience, and Pediatrics and Director, Pediatric Neuropsychology, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA.


"Although this book is intended for neuropsychologists, clinical psychologists and psychiatrists also may find it of interest....the fourth chapter on neuroimaging, which contains some beautiful examples of the advanced techniques that have been developed, such as diffusion tensor imaging." --Doody's Review Service

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