Review by Library Journal Review
To support neuropsychology's swift clinical development and legal applications, Horton (Psychotherapeutic Treatment Approaches) and Wedding (Behavior and Medicine) have revised and updated this respected field guide. Forty-eight subject specialists contribute 27 essays that are divided into five thematic categories. Highlighted are the fundamental issues, clinical assessments, ethical and practical concerns, exceptional cases, and projected expectations relevant to neuropsychology. Divided into helpful subheadings that facilitate comprehension, each essay is followed by three to five pages of bibliographic references. Intended principally for clinical professionals, this book employs specialized language and field-specific acronyms throughout. Recommended for psychiatric and related medical collections. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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