Clinical Neuropsychology: Theoretical Foundations for Practitioners
Mark Edward Maruish, James A. Moses
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1997 - Psychology - 436 pages
For nearly two decades, the level of interest, study and practice devoted to clinical neuropsychology has enjoyed a rare growth that may be unprecedented in the behavioural science field. The number of doctoral-level training programmes with clinical neuropsychology tracks has increased dramatically. This has been accompanied by an increase in the number of predoctoral clinical psychology internships with neuropsychology rotations, and in the number of predoctoral internships and postdoctoral fellowships focused solely on clinical neuropsychological training. Membership in professional organizations such as the American Psychological Association's Division of Clinical Neuropsychology, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the International Neuropsychological Society has also grown steadily. In addition, the number of journals that have been proliferated from the growing interest in and the need for information in the area further reflect how far the field has progressed.
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