Medical Neuropsychology: The Impact of Disease on Behavior

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Ralph E. Tarter, David H. Van Thiel, Kathleen Lou Edwards
Plenum Press, Jan 1, 1988 - Medical - 350 pages
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Neuropsychologists have an important role in potentiating the psychosocial adjustment and quality of life of patients through effective diagnosis and rehabilitation of cognitive and psychomotor deficits caused by acute and chronic disease. Thoroughly updated and expanded, this second edition of the highly acclaimed Medical Neuropsychology contains a complete review of the rapidly developing literature pertaining to the association between cognition and medical diseases. As a compendium of the empirical literature documenting the neuropsychological sequelae of organ and system pathology, this volume will be of interest of all practitioners interested in the integration of neuropsychology into the mainstream of health service delivery.

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Etiology of the Cognitive Impairments Seen in Medical Illnesses
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