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The SAGE Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology

Two Volume Set
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1 400 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 two-volume set provide an in-depth overview of the Clinical Neuropsychological field, from an understanding of specific cognitive disorders through to technical knowledge by which they can be assessed, diagnosed and treated.

Volume One 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.

Volume Two focuses on the assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of the cognitive disorders covered in the first volume.

Together they are an imperative resource that provide a comprehensive understanding of the field, and how to apply this understanding in clinical settings to effectively treat patients.

These handbooks are an essential site of reference for clinicians and scientists, as well as postgraduate students and researchers in a range of disciplines exploring the area.

Volume One: Clinical Neuropsychological Disorders

PART I BACKGROUND CONSIDERATIONS

PART II NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS

PART III NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS

PART IV NEUROCOGNITIVE DISORDERS

PART V TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

PART VI PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS


Volume Two: Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment and Diagnosis

PART I BACKGROUND CONSIDERATIONS

PART II DOMAIN-SPECIFIC NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL MEASURES

PART III GENERAL COGNITIVE TEST BATTERIES

PART IV LEGACY NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TEST BATTERIES

PART V COMPUTERISED BATTERIES, TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES AND TELENEUROPSYCHOLOGY

PART VI NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT APPLICATIONS


The SAGE Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology: Clinical Neuropsychological Disorders

 
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
The SAGE Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology: Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment and Diagnosis

 
Gregory J. Boyle, Charles J. Golden, S.-H. Annabel Chen, Tatia M.-C. Lee, Dan J. Stein, Yaakov Stern, Barbara J. Sahakian
Chapter 1: History and Advances in Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment
 
Part 1: Background Considerations
Laura A. Rabin, Caroline O. Nester, William B. Barr
Chapter 2: Neuropsychological Test-Usage Practices
Dirk Bertens, Luciano Fasotti, Roy P.C. Kessels
Chapter 3: Ecological validity of neuropsychological tests
Julie A. Suhr, Tatia Mei-Chun Lee
Chapter 4: Assessment of invalid presentations in neuropsychological evaluations
Boyle et al.
Chapter 5: Personality assessment in neuropsychological evaluations
Adam Bentvelzen, Russell J. Chander, Heidi Foo, Teresa Lee, Darren M. Lipnicki, Perminder S. Sachdev
Chapter 6: Neuropsychological assessment of cognitive reserve
Ann B. Shuttleworth-Edwards
Chapter 7: Cognitive test norms in multicultural, multiracial, multilanguage, multi-opportunity South Africa
Model James B. Hoelzle, Mary U. Simons, Gregory J. Meyer, Kevin S. McGrew
Chapter 8: Neuropsychological Assessment and the Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) Model
 
Part 2: Domain-Specific Neuropsychological Measures
Maria Varkanitsa, Swathi Kiran, Klaus Willmes
Chapter 9: Measures of language and communication
Adam Culbreth, James M. Gold
Chapter 10: Measures of short-term working memory
Hans J. Markowitsch, Johannes Schröder, Andreas Kordon, Angelica Staniloiu
Chapter 11: Measures of episodic-autobiographical memories
Cutter Lindberg, Joel H. Kramer
Chapter 12: Measures of executive functions
Joseph A. Mole, Lisa Cipolotti
Chapter 13: Measures of executive dysfunction and their localization
Skye McDonald, Michelle Kelly
Chapter 14: Measures of social cognition
Vibeke H. Dam, Christelle Langley, Dea S. Stenbæk, Barbara J. Sahakian
Chapter 15: Measures of Affective Cognition: EMOTICOM
Madison K. Clement, John D. Mayer, Jill A. McGaughy
Chapter 16: MSCEIT Measure of Emotional Intelligence
 
Part 3: General Cognitive Battery Tests
Matthew R. Reynolds, Jodene Fine, Christopher R. Niileksela, Lazar Stankov, Gregory J. Boyle
Chapter 17: Wechsler Memory and Intelligence Scales: CHC Analysis
Joseph J. Ryan, Samuel T. Gontkovsky
Chapter 18: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-IV) and Wechsler Memory Scale (WMS-IV): Critical Evaluation
Daniel C. Miller, James Whittaker, Richard W. Woodcock
Chapter 19: Woodcock-Johnson IV Tests of Cognitive Abilities (WJ IV COG)
Gale H. Roid, Elizabeth A. Allen
Chapter 20: Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale (SB6 and early SB5)
 
Part 4: Legacy Neuropsychological Test Batteries
Charles J. Golden, Gregory J. Boyle, Elbert W. Russell
Chapter 21: Legacy Neuropsychological Batteries: Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery (HRNB)
Charles J. Golden, Gregory J. Boyle
Chapter 22: Legacy Neuropsychological Batteries: Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery (LNNB)
Elbert W. Russell, Sally Russell, Brent P. Kolitz, Gregory J. Boyle
Chapter 23: Halstead-Russell Neuropsychological Evaluation System - Revised (HRNES-R): Historical overview
Thomas A. Crum Samuel T. Gontkovsky, Gordon Teichner, Robert A. Stern
Chapter 24: Neuropsychological Assessment Battery (NAB)
Boyle et al.
Chapter 25: Paediatric neuropsychological batteries
 
Part 5: Computerised Batteries, Technological Advances and Teleneuropsychology
C. Thomas Gualtieri
Chapter 26: Clinical utility of computerized neurocognitive testing
Munro Cullum, Lana Harder, Rene Stolwyk, Dustin B. Hammers
Chapter 27: Technological advances: Teleneuropsychology
Christelle Langley, Barbara J. Sahakian, Trevor Robbins
Chapter 28: Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB)
Julie N. Hook, Richard C. Gershon
Chapter 29: NIH Toolbox® for the Assessment of Neurological and Behavioral
Tresa M. Roebuck-Spencer, Andrea S. Vincent
Chapter 30: Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics (ANAM)
Liang-Jen Wang, Shoou-Lian Hwang-Gu
Chapter 31: Continuous performance tests
Maureen Schmitter-Edgecombe, Tania Giovannetti
Chapter 32: Measures of activities of daily living: (ADLs/IADLs)
Hank Riordan, Paul J. Moberg
Chapter 33: Enhancing Effectiveness of Neuropsychological Assessment Batteries in Cognitive Drug Trials
 
Part 6: Neuropsychological Assessment Applications
Samuel T. Gontkovsky
Chapter 34: Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (RBANS)
Gordon Teichner, Samuel T. Gontkovsky, Thomas A. Crum
Chapter 35: An Overview of the Consortium to Establish a Registry for Alzheimer’s Disease Neuropsychological Assessment Battery
Xin Xu, Sandra Freitas, Isabel Santana, Mário R. Simões, Vincent C. T. Mok, Christopher Li-Hsian Chen
Chapter 36: NINDS-CSN Neuropsychological Battery & Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA)
Natalie S. Sherry, Mark R. Lovell
Chapter 37: Immediate Post-concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing (ImPACT)
Philip D. Harvey
Chapter 38: Cognition in schizophrenia: MATRICS Consensus Cognitive Battery (MCCB)
Erin D. Bigler
Chapter 39: Neuropsychological Assessment in a Forensic Setting
Guillaume Herbet, Hugues Duffau
Chapter 40: Neuropsychological assessment before, during and after ‘awake’ brain
Amanda Sacks-Zimmerman, Melinda A. Cornwell, Charles J. Golden, Gregory J. Boyle
Chapter 41: Role of Neuropsychological Assessment in Brain

Gregory J. Boyle

Professor Boyle has spent over three decades undertaking quantitative research in the field of psychometrics, as related to the measurement of individual differences in personality, intelligence, and motivation, as well as undertaking studies within the fields of neuropsychology, clinical psychology, and educational psychology. In more recent years, he has applied his extensive research skills to studies within the broad fields of medical/health psychology, and has undertaken many studies within the area of women's health. Lately, he has focused his attention more on research topics pertaining to men's health. More About Author

Yaakov Stern

Yaakov Stern is the Florence Irving Professor of Neuropsychology in the departments of Neurology and Psychiatry, as well as the Taub Institute for the Research on Alzheimer’s Disease and the Aging Brain and the Gertrude H. Sergievsky Center, at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons.  He is chief of the Cognitive Neuroscience Division of the Department of Neurology.  His research work focuses on cognition in normal aging and diseases of aging, including exploring the neural implementation of cognitive reserve, structural and functional imaging of cognitive aging, and modeling the natural history of... More About Author

Dan J. Stein

Dan J.  Stein is Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cape Town, and Director of the South African Medical Research Council’s Unit on Risk and Resilience in Mental Disorders.  He is a clinician-scientist whose work has long focused on anxiety and related disorders, including obsessive-compulsive spectrum conditions and posttraumatic stress disorder.  He has influenced the field by extensive collaboration, mentorship, and publication. More About Author

Barbara J Sahakian

Barbara J Sahakian is Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Cambridge Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute. She is also an Honorary Clinical Psychologist at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge. She holds a PhD and a DSc from the University of Cambridge. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences and was President of the International Neuroethics Society (2014-2016) and the British Association for Psychopharmacology (2012-2014). In 2016, she was recipient of the Robert Sommer Award and the International College of Neuropsychopharmacology (CINP) Ethics Prize. Sahakian is also... More About Author

Charles J. Golden

Charles J. Golden is nationally and internationally known for his clinical research in neuropsychological assessment.  He has given over 1000 presentations, posters, and workshops, and published over 500 articles, book chapters, and books.  He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, and holds a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology, and Psychological Assessment.  He received the Distinguished Neuropsychologist Award from the National Association of Neuropsychologists in 2003.  He is the editor of Archives of Assessment Psychology and a past... More About Author

Tatia Mei-Chun Lee

Tatia Mei-Chun Lee is the Chair Professor of Psychological Science and Clinical Psychology and May Endowed Professor of Neuropsychology at The University of Hong Kong. She is also the Director of the State Key Laboratory of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Laboratory of Neuropsychology and Human Neuroscience at the university. Her research focuses on the neuroplastic and neuropsychological underpinnings of brain and psychological health. She is an elected Fellow of learned societies, including the Academy of Social Sciences in the United Kingdom, the American Psychological Association (Society of Clinical Psychology and Society of Clinical... More About Author

Shen-Hsing Annabel Chen

Annabel Chen Shen-Hsing is a Professor of Psychology and Director of Centre for Research and Development in Learning (CRADLE) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. She is a clinical neuropsychologist educated in the United States (Purdue University, West Virginia University, Medical College of Wisconsin) and conducted post-doctoral research in neuroimaging at the Lucas Centre, Stanford University School of Medicine. Her research seeks to understand disturbance in brain and behaviour using neuropsychological and neuroimaging techniques focusing on cerebellar contributions to higher cognition, optimizing cognition in aging... More About Author

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