Handbook on the Neuropsychology of Aging and Dementia
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Highlights relevant literature in a concise review of each topic and provides timely updates of newly available information
Provides detailed how-to information for a targeted assessment of specific topical areas
Includes expert advice, pearls of wisdom, case reports, anecdotal evidence, test materials, and black-and-white illustrations to enrich the scientific content
"This is a practical guide to assessment, recommendations, and prevention of cognitive decline and dementia. ... The chapters are organized fairly uniformly ... . The book includes helpful tables and figures as well as some clinical case examples. ... this will be an invaluable resource, both for seasoned veterans and novice clinicians. It also will be of great assistance to neuropsychologists who are considering changing their focus to older adults." (Gary B. Kaniuk, Doody's Book Reviews, January, 2013)
"A 'must have' for the bookshelves of any neuropsychologist who sees or wants to see older adults. ... Hats off to Drs Lisa Ravdin and Heather Katzen for putting together such a useful, well written addition to the Clinical Handbook series ... . I recommend this book to anyone who is involved in or considering providing assessment to older adults. I guarantee it will provide you with new perspectives and/or issues to consider as you move forward in your clinical practice." (Laura A. Flashman, Clinical Handbooks in Neuropsychology , 2013)
This book offers a hands-on guide to identifying dementia. It details special considerations for conducting neuropsychological assessments and illuminates symptoms associated with specific disorders and their relationship to functional impairments.