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Neuropsychological interventions, clinical research and practice.
  1. Barbara Wilson

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    Edited by Paul J Eslinger. (Pp 254, £38.00). Published by Guilford Press, New York, 2002. ISBN 1-57230-744-7

    As the editor of this book says, at one time those who reported psychometric testing data in relationship to a particular lesion location or disease process were considered more experimental and scientific, where rehabilitators were perceived as seeking a therapeutic effect from atheoretical and non-experimental approaches. Although this attitude is still prevalent in some …

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