Psychological techniques have a major role to play in the treatment and management of epilepsy. The Clinical Psychologist's Handbook of Epilepsy is the first comprehensive reference text written specifically from a psychological angle.
A team of experts review the latest research and give practical advice for the clinician in areas including neuropsychological assessment, the impact of anti-epileptic medication, behaviour problems in children with epilepsy, and the impact of epilepsy in people with learning disabilities.
A practical handbook for all psychologists working in the area, whether new to the field or more experienced, The Clinical Psychologist's Handbook of Epilepsy will also provide a useful resource for research.
|An Introduction to Epilepsy||p. 4|
|Neuropsychological Assessment||p. 18|
|Epilepsy and Memory||p. 35|
|Assessment for Surgery||p. 54|
|The Role of Anti-Epileptic Drugs||p. 77|
|Psychological Responses to Epilepsy||p. 96|
|Psychological Control of Seizures||p. 113|
|Quality of Life||p. 130|
|Neuropsychological and Cognitive Assessment of Children with Epilepsy||p. 149|
|Assessment and Management of Behaviour Problems in Children||p. 167|
|Epilepsy and Learning Disabilities||p. 184|
|The Way Forward||p. 203|
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Series: Assessment and Management
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 248
Published: 17th July 1997
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.49 x 13.97 x 1.96
Weight (kg): 0.33
Edition Number: 1