Neuropsychology: From Theory to Practice Paperback – 26 Sep 2002
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David Andrewes has written a clear and comprehensive textbook that will be an invaluable guide for both students and researchers. Engaging and informative, Neuropsychology: From Theory to Practice provides up-to-date coverage of both theoretical and applied aspects of neuropsychology. This is an important and timely contribution to the literature. - Daniel L. Schacter, Chairman of Psychology at Harvard University, USA
This monumental text will be of immense benefit to ... the scientist, the clinician, and the student in neuropsychology. It is theoretically driven yet clinically informed, making highly effective use of its many clinical vignettes. It has no current competitors, and will stand as a major contribution to the field of neuropsychology for many years. - Max Coltheart, Macquarie University, Australia
About the Author
David Andrewes is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Melbourne.
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14 June 2013
I used this book extensively for reference in my Neuropsychology essays and exams in my final year of BSc Psychology (Clincal). Invaluable. Recovery and Rehabilitation sections particularly good.