Neuropsychologysketches.com: A website for the graduate study of neuropsychology
Michael Henry DeBellis, The Wright Institute, United States
The Wright Institute . Awarded
The Internet has become a valuable resource for those interested in the field of neuropsychology, but a Google search of that term yields nearly seven million hits, making it difficult for practitioners, instructors, researchers and particularly students to efficiently locate trustworthy and useful information. This dissertation is actually a website, presented here in printed form for purposes of degree requirements, but in reality a virtual location that is regularly updated and offers a great deal more information, through its many links, than can be presented in this paper format. This paper version provides both basic theoretical and practical information about neuropsychological domains (attention, memory, etc.), neuroanatomy (including original sketches by this author), neuropathology, assessment tools and report-writing. Also included are lists of links to sites which offer more advanced information (and further links), and to sites offering training opportunities, university programs, neuropsychological journals, and neuropsychology organizations.
DeBellis, M.H. Neuropsychologysketches.com: A website for the graduate study of neuropsychology. Ph.D. thesis, The Wright Institute. Retrieved February 17, 2019 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/128741/.
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