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  • The printed English booksummary contains the following chapters:
    • How has clinical neuropsychology evolved? - Chapter 1
    • How does neuropsychology work in practice? - Chapter 2
    • What is the scientific approach to neuropsychology? - Chapter 3
    • How can the brain be mapped? - Chapter 4
    • How does the treatment and recovery work? - Chapter 5
    • What is visual perception? - Chapter 6
    • What is spatial cognition? - Chapter 7
    • How does memory work? - Chapter 8
    • How is language viewed from neuropsychology perspective? - Chapter 9
    • How are attention and executive functions structured? - Chapter 10
    • What are the working mechanisms of emotion and social cognition? - Chapter 11
    • How do motor control and action work? - Chapter 12
    • What is intelligence? - Chapter 13
    • What are cerebrovascular diseases? - Chapter 14
    • What is traumatic brain injury? - Chapter 15
    • What is epilepsy? - Chapter 16
    • What are intracranial and extracranial tumours? - Chapter 17
    • What alcohol-related cognitive impairments occur? - Chapter 18
    • What is Alzheimer's disease? - Chapter 19
    • What is frontotemporal dementia? - Chapter 20
    • What disorders belong to the Parkinson spectrum? - Chapter 21
    • What is Huntington's Disease? - Chapter 22
    • What is multiple sclerosis? - Chapter 23
    • What is schizophrenia? - Chapter 24
    • What are depression and bipolar disorder? - Chapter 25
    • What are autism spectrum disorders? - Chapter 26
    • What is psychopathy? - Chapter 27

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 Remember the sequence of the diagnostic cycle: Complaints analysis, Problem analysis, Diagnosis and Indication.

The concepts of single and double dissociation are sometimes difficult for you to see. Therefore, draw this section out: it helps you to see how it works and to remember it better for the exam.

M cells transmit movement: movement cells. P cells provide color perception through: painting cells.

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