Behavioral Neurology: Practical Science of Mind and Brain

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 2002 - Medical - 474 pages
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* Second edition of Behavioral Neurology offers updates in a field that has had many advances in recent years * Author provides a straightforward approach and excellent clinical insights * Clinical aspects are derived from more recent findings and research * New edition features additional chapters and expanded material on emerging areas

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Contents

Introduction and Historical Overview
3
The Science of Behavioral Neurology
9
Consciousness and the Brain
19
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Howard Kirshner, MD
Professor of Neurology
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Nashville, Tennessee

Dr. Kirshner has been the neurology clerkship director at Vanderbilt for 23 years and was recently awarded that school's prestigious "Master of Clinical Teaching Award." Dr. Kirshner also served on the American Academy of Neurology's education committee that formulated the core competencies that neurology clerkships should include.

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