Neuropsychology and Cognition - Volume I / Volume II: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Neuropsychology and Cognition Augusta, Georg by Rattihalli N. MalateshaNeuropsychology and Cognition - Volume I / Volume II: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Neuropsychology and Cognition Augusta, Georg by Rattihalli N. Malatesha

Neuropsychology and Cognition - Volume I / Volume II: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study…

EditorRattihalli N. Malatesha, Lawrence C. Hartlage

Hardcover | January 31, 1987

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North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) awarded us a grant to conduct an Advanced Study Institute (ASI) on Neuropsychology and Cognition. The ASI was conducted at Augusta, Georgia, USA, from September 8-18, 1980. Two volumes resulted from this Institute. Volume one consists of chapters from Corballis, Dimond, Spreen, Bakker, Pirozzolo, Aaron, Whitaker and Zangwill. Corballis discusses the evolution of laterality and Dimond presents specialization of hemispheric functions. Neuropsychological assess­ ment is the theme of Spreen's chapter and neuropsychological aspects of dyslexia is examined by Bakker, Pirozzolo, and Aaron. Whitaker analyzes a rare form of language impairment. The volume closes with a critical review of cerebral dominance by Zangwill. Volume two deals with such topics as hemispheric specialization neuropsychological assessment, neuropsychological aspects of cogni­ tion, language, and reading, and research implications in neuro­ psychology. These two volumes will be useful to practicing clinicians, educationists, psychologists, linguists, speech pathologists and audiologists. We sincerely thank NATO Scientific Affairs Division for their financial and moral support. The Institute was successful because of the generous help from the Oregon State University, Medical College of Georgia, and the Augusta Hilton. The Institute would not have been possible without the understanding and contribution of lecturers and participants.
Title:Neuropsychology and Cognition - Volume I / Volume II: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study…Format:HardcoverDimensions:948 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.01 inPublished:January 31, 1987Publisher:Springer Netherlands

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Table of Contents

The origins and evolution of human laterality.- 2. Asymmetries in spatial representation: anatomical or perceptual?.- 3. Mapping the mind on to the brain.- 4. The neuropsychological assessment of normal and disordered cognition.- 5. Hemisphere - Specific dyslexia models.- 6. The neuropsychology of dyslexia in college students.- 7. Eye movements and visual information processing in developmental reading disability.- 8. Levels of impairment in disorders of speech.- 9. On cerebral dominance.- One.- 1. Cognition and behavioral neuropsychology.- 2. The human infant as focus in theories of handedness: Some lessons from the past.- 3. Hemispheric asymmetry and visual information processing.- 4. Neuropsychology in a rural setting.- Two.- 5. The behavioral assessment of lateral asymmetry: Problems, pitfalls, and partial solutions.- 6. The importance of norms and other traditional psychometric concepts to assessment in clinical neuropsychology.- 7. The Luria-Nebraska neuropsychological battery: Updated review.- 8. Measuring attention deficits.- 9. Cognitive studies of the block design test.- 10. Neuropsychological assessment of outcome following closed head injury.- 11. Assessment of long-term information processing deficits after serious head injury.- 12. Applications of signal detection theory to problems of neuropsychology.- 13. Clinical assessment of cognitive deficit in traumatic and degenerative disorders: Brain scan and neuropsychologic findings.- Three.- 14. The development of cognitive information processing strategies in childhood.- 15. The effect of cognitive effort: A clinical approach.- 16. Brain-behavior relationship: The alphabet as a key to memory.- 17. The development of ear-asymmetry related to cognitive growth and memory in children.- 18. Interhemispheric relationships in cognitive processing.- 19. Long-term effects of prefrontal leucotomy: Cognitive functions.- 20. Cognitive changes associated with Alzheimer dementia.- 21. Latency variability in intrasensory and intersensory integration (reaction tasks) with central nervous system damage patients.- 22. Cognitive development, cerebral organization and the x chromosome.- 23. Cognitive and academic correlates of psychomotor performance in hemiplegic children and learning disabled children.- 24. Cognitive deficits associated with cardiopulmonary arrest: Neuropsychological findings in successive re-evaluations of four female patients.- Four.- 25. Disorders in semantic and lexical organization in aphasia.- 26. Reading-naming interference in aphasic patients.- 27. Some relationships between sign language acquisition and perceptual dysfunction in autistic children.- 28. The localisation of language related dysfunctions in schizophrenia.- 29. Naturally occurring groups of language disorders.- Five.- 30. Reading disability: Is there a hereditary pattern?.- 31. The use of reading subskills as clues to the classification of reading disabilities.- 32. A modality specific reading program for "dysphonetic" dyslexia.- 33. Neuropsychological theory and sex differences in cognitive style: Implications for reading instruction.- 34. Cognitive processes in tactile decoding by disabled and normal readers.- 35. Integratory systems deficits in developmental dyslexia.- 36. Learning disabled children's performance in spatial tasks.- Six.- 37. A mathematical learning theory analysis of Korsakoff rehearsal.- 38. Recovery of neuropsychological functioning after cerebrovascular infarction.- 39. Human event related brain potentials (ERBP) as evidence for serial processing of sensory information in cortex.- 40. Temporal lobe epilepsy and schizophrenia: Comparison of reaction time deficits.- 41. A multivariate electrophysiological, attentional and drug plasma correlative study of epileptic-hyperkinetic children.- 42. Neuropsychological correlates of dialysis dementia: A preliminary report.- 43. Neuropsychological data among patients with x chromosomal abnormalities and Noonan syndrome.- 44. Neuropsychological correlates of aggression and violence.- 45. Some physiological, biochemical and psychological concomitants of lactate-induced panic.- 46. The psychopathology and cognitive disorder syndrome (PCD) in open heart surgery patients: Consequences for psychiatric outcome and mortality.- 47. Neuropsychological and electroencephalographic correlates of neuroleptic induced involuntary movements: Implications for tardive dyskinesia.- 48. Modulation of post-tetanic potentiation in relation to learning processes.