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📙 Neurobehavior of language and cognition: studies of normal aging and brain damage : honoring Martin L. Albert by Lisa Tabor Connor & Loraine K. Obler (eds.) — free download


The intersection of neurolinguistics and neuropsychology lies at the core of the cognitive neurosciences. Recent advances in our understanding of how language and other cognitive abilities relate to each other and to the brain have complemented the prior research on frank brain damage in the aphasias. The editors have invited senior scholars in the field to present a state-of-the-art volume on a range of language and non-language cognitive phenomena in normals and in brain damage from the perspective of neurobehavior, including neurochemistry. This volume should appeal to neuropsychologists, speech/language pathologists, behavioral neurologists, and neuropsychiatrists.

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