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Encyclopedia of Clinical Neuropsychology

Kreutzer, Jeffrey, DeLuca, John, Caplan, Bruce (Eds.)

2011, LXIII, 2747p. In 4 volumes, not available separately.

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From the reviews:

“This a A to Z approach to defining clinical psych and clinical neuropsychology terms. … recommend this as a reference for Clinical Neuropsychologists.” (Joseph J. Grenier, Amazon.com, February, 2014)

“An indispensable four-volume reference series, which both established and up-and-coming neuropsychologists will find to be an invaluable addition to their clinical practice. Clinicians across a broad range of settings … will find it to be a comprehensive reference guide. … Each entry provides cross-references to related topic areas within the series, as well as additional readings, for the interested reader to use as a springboard to expand their understanding of each topic area.” (Sarah E. Bullard, Mélina Griss, Sonia Greene and Anna Gekker, Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, November, 2012)

“This book is the most comprehensive text ever published in the field of clinical neuropsychology. … If I had to select only one book to have on my desk, in my office, this would be the one.” (Amazon.com, December, 2010)

 

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