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The Essential Handbook of Memory Disorders for Clinicians [Paperback]

Alan D. Baddeley , Michael Kopelman , Barbara A. Wilson

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7 May 2004 047009141X 978-0470091418 1
This concise version of the Handbook of Memory Disorders is a selection of chapters from the original volume that have been chosen with the busy practitioner in mind.  The Essential Handbook provides individual clinicians and students with those parts the editors consider most relevant and useful on a day–to–day basis, as a portable adjunct to the more comprehensive Handbook.  (Handbook of Memory Disorders – 047 149819X) 

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"...essential in every sense...deserves to be read by all those working with people with memory disorders ..." (Clinical Psychology, No.45, January 2005) "...highly recommended as a concise and clinically relevant text to which practitioners can turn for authoritative views ... this text could readily serve as a reference in the teaching of memory disorders at the graduate or post–graduate level." (Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, May 2005) "...this resource really is imperative for any clinican working in research, assessment, and rehabilitation of memory disorders." (British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 21st July 2005) "...has some great strengths that must definitely be praised as they are rare to find...a very useful book on the shelf of those having a clinical or...a scientific interest in memory disorders..." (Psychological Medicine, Vol 35, 2005)

"...essential in every sense...deserves to be read by all those working with people with memory disorders ..." (Clinical Psychology, No.45, January 2005) "...highly recommended...a concise and clinically relevant text...in the teaching of memory disorders at...graduate or post–graduate level." (Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, May 2005) "...this resource really is imperative for any clinican working in research, assessment, and rehabilitation of memory disorders." (British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 21st July 2005) "...has some great strengths that must definitely be praised as they are rare to find...a very useful book..." (Psychological Medicine, Vol 35, 2005)

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Recent years have seen some key advances in both the understanding of memory disorders and the assessment and treatment of patients. This selection from the very comprehensive second edition of The Handbook of Memory Disorders is a concise collection that distils those chapters of most relevance to clinical practice. The Essential Handbook is designed for forward–looking and busy clinicians who wish to inform their practice with recent research. Contributors Alan D. Baddeley, UK James T. Becker, USA Jason Brandt, USA Linda Clare, UK Elizabeth L.Glisky, USA Gerri Hanten, USA Diane B. Howieson, USA Narinder Kapur, UK Michael D. Kopelman, UK Harvey S. Levin, USA Muriel D. Lezak, USA Judith A. Middleton, UK Cynthia A. Munro, USA Margaret O′Connor, USA Amy A. Overman, USA Robyn L. Tate, Australia Christine M. Temple, UK Mieke Verfaellie, USA Barbara A. Wilson, UK Bob Woods, UK

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The concept of human memory as a unitary faculty began to be seriously eroded in the 1960s with the proposal that long-term memory (LTM) and short-term memory (STM) represent separate systems. Read the first page
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