The goal of this volume is to establish a common frame of reference for health professionals to reduce vague or imprecise use of terms. The author describes clear criteria for a comprehensive array of adult neurophysiological disorders, including clinical indicators, associated features, factors to rule out, and lesion locations. For each disorder, the author describes common assessment tools in terms of their reliability and validity.
"This book represents a step toward filling the need for concise classification of neuropsychological disorders, providing a much-needed diagnostic manual of adult neuropsychology."--Contemporary Psychology