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Neuropsychology: Its Sources, Principles, and Prospects

  • Alexander R. Luria

Abstract

Among that rapidly developing group of sciences of the nervous system which we now call the neurosciences, a special place is occupied by neuropsychology. Its roots go back through the centuries, yet at the same time it can be regarded as the youngest, the most recently founded, branch of neuroscience.

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Frontal Lobe Psychological Process Motor Speech Cerebral Organization Psychological Activity 
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