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The SAGE Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology

The SAGE Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology
Clinical Neuropsychological Disorders

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May 2023 | 704 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Clinical Neuropsychology is a vast and varied field that focuses on the treatment, assessment and diagnosis of a range of cognitive disorders through a study and understanding of neuroanatomy and the relationship between the brain and human behavior.

This handbook focuses on specific Neuropsychological disorders. It covers each of the classification systems involved before moving on to specific types of disorders from neurodevelopmental to neuropathological as well as brain injuries, trauma and neurodegenerative disorders.

This handbook not only provides an in-depth overview of these Neuropsychological disorders, but also explores the history of the field as well its global challenges.

The handbook is an essential tool for clinicians and scientists, as well as postgraduate students and researchers in a range of disciplines exploring the area.







Gregory J. Boyle, Charles J. Golden, S.-H. Annabel Chen, Tatia M.-C. Lee, Dan J. Stein, Yaakov Stern, and Barbara J. Sahakian
Chapter 1: History and Advances in Clinical Neuropsychology
Part 1: Background Considerations
Hannah E. Brunet, Mary L. Malik, Larry E. Beutler
Chapter 2: Role of DSM-5, ICD-11, and ICF/ICIDH-2 in Neuropsychological
Scott A. Langenecker, Katie L. Bessette, Rebecca E. Easter, Leah Thomas, Mary L. Phillips, Mindy Westlund-Schreiner
Chapter 3: Neuropsychological applications related to the Research Domain Criteria (RDoC)
Dominique Makowski, S.-H. Annabel Chen, Rasmus Rosenberg Larsen, Scott O. Lilienfeld
Chapter 4: Clinical Neuropsychology in the Era of Neuroimaging
Katherine Lopez, Ruben C. Gur, Raquel E. Gur
Chapter 5: Genomics and phenomics
Jon E. Grant, Austin Blum
Chapter 6: Neurobiology of Decision-Making
Ruben C. Gur, Katherine Lopez, Tyler M. Moore, Raquel E. Gur
Chapter 7: Sex differences in neurocognitive domains
Eleanna Varangis, Anja Soldan, Yaakov Stern
Chapter 8: Cognitive Reserve in Healthy Aging and Neurodegenerative Disease
Boyle et al.
Chapter 9: Global challenges in neuropsychology
Part 2: Neurodevelopmental Disease
Kerim Munir
Chapter 10: Intellectual disabilities
Deanna Swain, Rebecca Elias, Elysha Clark-Whitney, So Hyun Kim
Chapter 11: Communication disorders
Li Fei, Mingyu Xu, Juehua Yu, Miao Cao
Chapter 12: Autism spectrum disorder
Alysa E. Doyle, David R. Coghill, Tobias Banaschewski
Chapter 13: Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity disorder
H. Lee Swanson, Jennifer Kong, Stefania Petcu
Chapter 14: Specific learning disorders
Andrea E. Cavanna, Andrea Nani
Chapter 15: Motor disorders
Part 3: Neurological Disorders
Niall P. Pender, Marwa Elamin, Thomas Burke, Orla Hardiman
Chapter 16: Motor neuron disease and related autoimmune disorder
Peter A. Arnett, Anthony Feinstein, John DeLuca
Chapter 17: Multiple sclerosis and other demyelinating disorders
Parunyou Julayanont, Kenneth M. Heilman
Chapter 18: Disorders of Purposeful Movements: Motor Intentional and Apraxic Disorders
Gus A Baker, Sallie A. Baxendale
Chapter 19: Epileptic disorders
Alfredo Ardila, Monica Rosselli
Chapter 20: Aphasias
Kayci L. Vickers, Robert McGovern, Felicia C. Goldstein
Chapter 21: Normal pressure hydrocephalus
Angelo Antonini, Roberta Biundo
Chapter 22: Parkinson’s Disease
Julie C. Stout, Sarah L. Mason, Maria A. Rossetti
Chapter 23: Huntington’s disease
Part 4: Neurocognitive Disorders
David J. Meagher, Dimitrios Adamis
Chapter 24: Delirium and Neuropsychological Disturbances
Junhong Yu, Charlene L. M. Lam, Tatia Mei-Chun Lee
Chapter 25: Mild cognitive impairment
Michael M. Saling, Charles Malpas, Rachel F. Buckley
Chapter 26: Alzheimer’s disease
Megan Barker, Hannah Silverman, Stephanie Cosentino
Chapter 27: Frontotemporal lobar
David P. Salmon, Denis S. Smirnov, J. Vincent Filoteo
Chapter 28: Lewy body disease
Esther van den Berg, Roy P.C. Kessels
Chapter 29: Vascular neurocognitive disorders
Amy R. Bland, Rebecca Elliott, Barbara J. Sahakian
Chapter 30: Neurocognition in HIV Patients: Evidence from CANTAB Battery
Carlton S. Gass, Ashok K. Verma
Chapter 31: Creutzfeldt-Jakob and prion diseases
Part 5: Traumatic Brain Injury
Alexander Olsen, Andrew P. Cwiek, Emily L. Dennis, Frank G. Hillary
Chapter 32: Moderate and Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Molly J. Sullan, Aliyah Snyder
Chapter 33: Post-concussion Syndrome
Bennet I. Omalu, Jennifer L. Hammers
Chapter 34: Chronic traumatic Encephalopathy
Part 6: Psychiatric Disorders
Mark S. Greenberg, Kristin W. Samuelson, Roger K. Pitman
Chapter 35: Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD
Michelle Olaithe, Romola S. Bucks, Maria Pushpanathan, Ivana Rosenzweig
Chapter 36: Sleep-wake disorders
Claudia Padula, Timothy C. Durazzo, Dieter J. Meyerhoff
Chapter 37: Alcohol-related disorders
James J. Mahony, Liv E. Miller, Marc W. Haut
Chapter 38: Substance abuse, prescribed medications, and toxin exposure
Anthony C. Ruocco, Elizabeth Infante, Liam Wright
Chapter 39: Personality disorders
Avi Reichenberg, Anthony S. David, Nina Zaks
Chapter 40: Neuropsychological impairment in psychotic disorders
Stephen J. Wood, Kelly A. Allott
Chapter 41: Neuropsychology and mental illness in youth

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