2009

Subcortical Structures and Cognition

Implications for Neuropsychological Assessment

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ISBN: 978-0-387-84866-2 (Print) 978-0-387-84868-6 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

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    Pages 1-26

    Introduction: Movement, Cognition, and the Vertically Organized Brain

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    Pages 27-68

    The Basal Ganglia: Beyond the Motor System—From Movement to Thought

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    Pages 69-94

    Frontal–Subcortical Real Estate: Location, Location, Location

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    Pages 95-124

    Learning and the Basal Ganglia: Benefiting from Action and Reinforcement

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    Pages 125-165

    The Cerebellum: Quality Control, Creativity, Intuition, and Unconscious Working Memory

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    Pages 167-186

    Automaticity and Higher-Order Control in Communication: A Brief Introduction to Language and Social Cognition

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    Pages 187-217

    The Vertically Organized Brain in Clinical Psychiatric Disorders

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    Pages 219-256

    Familiarity and Novelty—Evaluating the Frontostriatal System

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    Pages 257-276

    Thought in Action: Procedural Learning, Processing Speed, and Automaticity

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    Pages 277-320

    The Basal Ganglia and Neuropsychological Testing

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    Pages 321-362

    The Cerebellum in Neuropsychological Testing

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    Pages 363-379

    The Integrated Brain: Implications for Neuropsychological Evaluation

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 381-405