Investigation of Mnestic Processes
The mnestic processes constitute one of the most thoroughly studied branches of the whole field of clinical psychological investigation; their study has especial relevance for the analysis of pathological changes in the mental processes and is widely used in clinical psychiatry. Because of this situation, there is no need to give a full account herein of every aspect of this topic, and the discussion will be limited to those investigative methods that have a special bearing on the clinical study of local brain lesions.
KeywordsLogical Connection Fixed Orientation High Cortical Function Nestic Process Diencephalic Syndrome
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