Hardbound. Presented here is the eleventh and last volume of this edition of the renowned Handbook of Neuropsychology. The Handbook has become an essential reference source for clinicians such as neurologists, psychiatrists, and psychologists, as well as for scientists engaged in research in the neurosciences. The Handbook is a reference source providing comprehensive and current coverage of experimental and clinical aspects of Neuropsychology.Innovations that have radically modified this discipline in the last few years are included in the last few volumes of the Handbook of Neuropsychology. Section 16 of the current and final volume deals with the complex relationship between motor control and cognition. Section 17 deals with emergent techniques in Neuropsychology, while Section 18 reflects on some aspects of the continuing and vexing problem of consciousness and awareness.There is no electrical or mechanical contact between the stimulator and the subject. ... 1989; Tofts, 1990; Barker, 1991; Jalinous, 1991; Roth, Cohen and Hallett, 1991a; Roth, Saypol, Hallett et al., 1991c). ... (C) Schematic representation of the distribution of the maxima of the electric field produced at cortical level duringanbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Neuropsychology|
|Author||:||François Boller, Jordan Grafman|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Science Limited - 1997|