Dr. Ashok Jansari introduces the field of cognitive neuropsychology. He traces its roots from the mid-1800s through today, paying particular attention to how the invention of computers affected the field. He also explains that cognitive neuropsychology involves the study of patients without intact brain functions to better understand how those functions work for all people.
Cognitive Neuropsychology as a Methodology
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