The first edition of the Textbook of Clinical Neuropsychology set a new standard in the field in its scope, breadth, and scholarship. The second edition comprises authoritative chapters that will both enlighten and challenge readers from across allied fields of neuroscience, whether novice, mid-level, or senior-level professionals. It will familiarize the young trainee through to the accomplished professional with fundamentals of the science of neuropsychology and its vast body of research, considering the field’s historical underpinnings, its evolving practice and research methods, the application of science to informed practice, and recent developments and relevant cutting edge work. Its precise commentary recognizes obstacles that remain in our clinical and research endeavors and emphasizes the prolific innovations in interventional techniques that serve the field’s ultimate aim: to better understand brain-behavior relationships and facilitate adaptive functional competence in patients.
The second edition contains 50 new and completely revised chapters written by some of the profession's most recognized and prominent scholar-clinicians, broadening the scope of coverage of the ever expanding field of neuropsychology and its relationship to related neuroscience and psychological practice domains. It is a natural evolution of what has become a comprehensive reference textbook for neuropsychology practitioners.
Table of Contents
Foreword Baron Part I: Foundations of Clinical Neuropsychology 1. Historical Trends in Neuropsychological Assessment Barr 2. Specialty Training in Clinical Neuropsychology: History and Update on Current Issues Bieliauskas and Mark 3. Psychometric Foundations of Neuropsychological Assessment Larrabee 4. Assessment of Neurocognitive Performance Validity Boone 5. Diagnosis in Clinical Neuropsychology Hartman 6. Neuroanatomy for the Neuropsychologist Filley and Bigler 7. The Central Nervous System and Cognitive Development Russell 8. Genomics and Phenomics Bilder 9. Functional and Molecular Neuroimaging Ricker and Arenth Part II: Disorders in Children and Adults 10. Genetic and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Mahone, Slomine, and Zabel 11. Traumatic Brain Injury in Children and Adolescents Yeates and Brooks 12. Pediatric Cancer Rey-Casserly and Spiegler 13. Autism Spectrum Disorder Stefanatos and Fein 14. Neurodevelopmental Disorders of Attention and Learning: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Learning Disabilities across the Lifespan Wasserstein, Stefanatos, Mapou, Elia, and Frank 15. Consciousness: Disorders, Assessment, and Intervention Kortte and Hosey 16. Cerebrovascular Disease Cullum, Rossetti, Batjer, Festa, Haaland, and Lacritz 17. Moderate and Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Roebuck-Spencer and Sherer 18. Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Belanger, Tate, and Vanderploeg 19. Neurocognitive Assessment in Epilepsy: Advances and Challenges Tracy and Tinker 20. Neurotropic Infections: Herpes Simplex Virus, Human Immunodeficiency Virus, and Lyme Disease Kaplan and Cohen 21. Hypoxia of the Central Nervous System Hopkins 22. Parkinson’s Disease and Other Movement Disorders Tröster and Garrett 23. Cognitive Functions in Adults with Central Nervous System and Non- Central Nervous System Cancers Correa and Root 24. Toxins in the Central Nervous System Haut, Wiener, and Moran 25. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders Arnett, Meyer, Merritt, and Strober 26. Neuropsychological Functioning in Autoimmune Disorders Kozora, Burleson, and Filley 27. Sport-Related Concussion Barr, Nelson, and McCrea 28. The Three Amnesias Bauer and Asken 29. Neuropsychological Functioning in Affective and Anxiety-Spectrum Disorders in Adults and Children Marcopulos 30. Dementia Smith and Butts 31. Complexities of Metabolic Disorders Norman, Bjorkquist, and Kenton 32. Clinical Assessment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Andrikopoulos 33. Military Service Related Traumatic Brain Injury French, Cernich, and Howe 34. Pain and Pain-Related Disability Greve, Bianchini, and Brewer 35. Neuropsychological and Psychological Assessment of Somatic Symptom Disorders Lamberty and Miller Part III: Forensic, Ethical and Practice Issues 36. Forensic Neuropsychology: An Overview of Issues, Admissibility and Directions Sweet, Kaufmann, Ecklund-Johnson, and Malina 37. Basics of Forensic Neuropsychology Greiffenstein and Kaufmann 38. Assessment of Incomplete Effort and Malingering in the Neuropsychological Examination Millis and Kaufmann 39. Pediatric Forensic Neuropsychology Donders, Brooks, Sherman, and Kirkwood 40. Clinical Neuropsychology in Criminal Forensics Denney, Fazio, and Greiffenstein 41. Disability Chafetz 42. Ethical Practice of Clinical Neuropsychology Bush 43. Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Neuropsychology Sweet, Goldman, and Guidotti Breting 44. Medical and Psychological Iatrogenesis in Neuropsychological Assessment Carone 45. Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Children with Developmental Disabilities Wills Part IV: Interventions 46. Psychotherapy and the Practice of Clinical Neuropsychology Prigatano 47. Mindfulness-Based Interventions in Neuropsychology Arenth 48. Collaborative Therapeutic Neuropsychological Assessment Gorske 49. Empirically-Based Rehabilitation of Neurocognitive Disorder Stringer 50. Clinical Psychopharmacology Adler and Alperin
Joel E. Morgan, Ph.D., ABPP, was Director of Training at the VA New Jersey Healthcare System and Clinical Associate Professor of Neurosciences at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School prior to entering full time private practice in 2001. Dr. Morgan maintains a lifespan private practice in clinical and forensic neuropsychology. He is licensed as a psychologist in New Jersey and is board certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in both Clinical Neuropsychology and the Subspecialty of Pediatric Neuropsychology. Dr. Morgan has served as a member of the editorial boards of four peer-reviewed journals and was an Oral Examiner for the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology for ten years. He has over fifty scholarly publications as book editor and chapter author, and has over twenty-five invited addresses at national conferences.
Joseph H. Ricker, PhD, ABPP (CN, RP) is the Director of Psychology for Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU Medical Center and is a Professor in the departments of Rehabilitation Medicine, Psychiatry and Radiology at New York University School of Medicine. He has been licensed as a psychologist in five states and is board certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in both Clinical Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology. He has served as a member of the editorial boards of five peer-reviewed journals (Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology; Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation; The Clinical Neuropsychologist; Rehabilitation Psychology; and Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology). Dr. Ricker has a long record of federally funded research examining cognitive impairment, recovery, and rehabilitation following traumatic brain injury. His current research interests include the examination of altered cerebral blood flow and functional connectivity as they relate to cognitive impairment after brain injury, using modalities such as functional MRI, positron emission tomography, and diffusion tensor imaging.
"Simply Superb! Kudos to the Editors for producing a sequel that outshines the original and continues to set the standard for textbooks in clinical neuropsychology in its scope and scholarship. Morgan and Ricker have amassed an all-star cast of contributors who present a well curated coverage of the essential aspects of contemporary evidence-based neuropsychological practice with the expertise and depth that will satisfy the ardent graduate student as well as the seasoned academic and clinician. Every neuropsychologist should have the Textbook of Clinical Neuropsychology on his or her bookshelf." - Gordon J. Chelune, University of Utah School of Medicine