In the World Library of Psychologists series, international
experts present career-long collections of what they judge to be
their finest workOCoextracts from books, key articles, salient
research findings and their major theoretical and practical
This volume of self-selected papers recognises Professor Barbara
A. Wilson's major contribution to the study of neuropsychology.
Published over a 25-year period, the papers included here address
the assessment, treatment and evaluation of rehabilitation provided
to people who have memory difficulties arising from an injury or
illness affecting the brain.
This selection of papers includes work on errorless learning,
the natural history of the development of compensatory memory
systems, paging systems developed to enhance independent daily
living for memory impaired people and single-case experimental
designs to appraise the response of individual patients. The final
section includes a practical framework for understanding
compensatory behaviour, a model of cognitive rehabilitation and a
discussion of the dilemmas created by the different aims of
neuroscience as opposed to those of clinicians.
This book will be of great interest to clinical psychologists,
neuropsychologists, occupational therapists and speech and language
therapists, along with anyone who is interested in reducing the
impact of memory problems on people who have suffered brain
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