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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 22 No 2 2005: Neuropsychology

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 22 No 2 2005: Neuropsychology

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is neuropsychology.




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The relationship of educational psychology and clinical neuropsychology
Tommy MacKay

An interacting subsystems approach to understanding and meeting the needs of children with acquired brain injury
Chris McCusker

Assessment of functional and psychosocial outcomes in children four years post head injury
N.N. Doherty & C.G. McCusker

Determining medication treatment effects using teacher ratings and classroom observations of children with ADHD: Does neuropsychological impairment matter?
James B. Hale, Catherine A. Fiorello & Lucy L. Brown

Brain activation during language task contrasts in children with and without dyslexia: Inferring mapping processes and assessing response to spelling instruction
Todd Richards, Virginia Berninger, William Nagy, Aimee Parsons, Katherine Field & Anne Richards

Speed of decision-making and set-switching: Subtle executive deficits in children with treated phenylketonuria
Peter Griffiths, Peter Robinson, Rhiannon Davies, Kate Hayward, Karen Lewis, Karen Livingstone & Stephanie Plews

Is there a fine motor skill deficit in nonverbal learning disabilities?
Marianne Durand

Estimation of premorbid general cognitive abilities in children
Ingram Wright, Steve Strand & Sarah Wonders

Traumatic brain injury in childhood and adolescence: The role of educational psychology services in promoting effective recovery
Nick Bozic & Sue Morris


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