Neuropsychology Review is devoted to integrative review papers in all aspects of neuroscience contributing to a mechanistic understanding of human neuropsychology in normal and clinical populations.
The journal's broad perspective is supported by an outstanding, multidisciplinary editorial board. The journal aims to publish scholarly articles that summarize and synthesize strengths and weaknesses in the literature and propose novel hypotheses, models, methods of analysis and links to other fields. Publication of new data is not the purview of the journal
- explication of translational research bearing on clinical problems
- didactics on application of new methods and technologies to enable clinical and translational research, and
- critical, objective review of specific topics in neuropsychology
Its refereed articles, written by international specialists, discuss complex issues, including:
- distinctive cognitive, sensory, and motor component processes affected by endogenous or acquired conditions affecting central nervous system function
- challenges in early diagnosis
- the impact of genes and environment on performance
- risk factors for functional impairment
- concepts and considerations affecting and enabling recovery and restitution of function
- clinical trial design
- neuropsychological function and its substrates characteristic of normal development and aging, and
- neuropsychological dysfunction and its substrates in neurological, psychiatric, and medical populations, and more
Reviews include thoughtful consideration of neuroimaging or neurophysiological findings relevant to the topic at hand.
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The Relevance of Beta-Amyloid on Markers of Alzheimer’s Disease in Clinically Normal Individuals and Factors That Influence These Associations
Elizabeth C. Mormino (September 2014)
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