Advanced search×

Neuropsychology Review

Print ISSN
Electronic ISSN
Impact factor
Usage rank
Article count
Free count
Free percentage
PDFs via platforms
Ovid from 1997, Proquest, Gale, CSA, Springer, and Metapress

  1. The relevance of beta-amyloid on markers of Alzheimer's disease in clinically normal individuals and factors that influence these associatio...

    Neuropsychology Review 24(3):300 (2014) PMID 25108368 PMCID PMC4313873

    Aberrant accumulation of beta-amyloid (Aβ) is thought to be an early event in a biological cascade that eventually leads to Alzheimer's disease (AD). Along these lines, many clinically normal (CN) older individuals have evidence of beta-amyloid (Aβ) accumulation, which may be indicative of preclinic...
  2. The evolution and treatment of Korsakoff's syndrome: out of sight, out of mind?

    Neuropsychology Review 22(2):81 (2012) PMID 22569770 PMCID PMC3545191

    Wernicke's Encephalopathy is an acute neuro-psychiatric condition caused by an insufficient supply of thiamine (Vitamin B1) to the brain. If undiagnosed or inadequately treated, it is likely to proceed to Korsakoff's Syndrome. Wernicke's Encephalopathy can result from dietary deficiency alone and th...
  3. The ontogenesis of language impairment in autism: a neuropsychological perspective.

    Neuropsychology Review 21(3):252 (2011) PMID 21842186

    We examine what is known about infant linguistic and nonlinguistic precursors of language acquisition in AD and examine how anomalies of several processes relate to language abnormalities manifest by the early elementary school years. Population heterogeneity and practical limitations inherent to th...
  4. Rehabilitation treatments for adults with behavioral and psychosocial disorders following acquired brain injury: a systematic review.

    Neuropsychology Review 20(1):52 (2010) PMID 20143264

    This review was aimed at systematically investigating the treatment efficacy and clinical effectiveness of neurobehavioral rehabilitation programs for adults with acquired brain injury and making evidence-based recommendations for the adoption of these rehabilitation trainings. Using a variety of se...
  5. The early neuropsychological and behavioral characteristics of frontotemporal dementia.

    Neuropsychology Review 18(1):91 (2008) PMID 18311522 PMCID PMC3000668

    Frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD) represent a constellation of disorders that may be overlooked or misdiagnosed, despite being fairly common presenile neurodegenerative diseases. Although the cognitive disorder can be difficult to document, particularly early in the dementia course, neuropsyc...
  6. Etiologic subtypes of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: brain imaging, molecular genetic and environmental factors and the dopamine ...

    Neuropsychology Review 17(1):39 (2007) PMID 17318414

    We review the narrow literature from recent brain imaging and molecular genetic studies that has improved our understanding of the role of dopamine in manifestation of symptoms of ADHD, performance deficits on neuropsychological tasks, and response to stimulant medication that constitutes the most c...
  7. Short-term memory deficits are not uniform in Down and Williams syndromes.

    Neuropsychology Review 16(2):87 (2006) PMID 16967345

    Neuropsychological investigation of the development of the mnesic function in mental retardation has primarily focused on evaluating short-term memory (STM). Studies have often documented a reduced verbal short-term memory span in individuals with mental retardation and with Down syndrome in particu...
  8. MicroCog: assessment of cognitive functioning.

    Neuropsychology Review 11(2):89 (2001) PMID 11572473

    MicroCog: Assessment of Cognitive Functioning version 2.1 (Powell, D. H., Kaplan, E. F., Whitla, D., Catlin, R., and Funkenstein, H. H. (1993). The Psychological corporation, San Antonio, TX.) is one of the first computerized assessment batteries commercially developed to detect early signs of cogni...
  9. Reply to the Commentary on “Disclosure of Tests and Raw Test Data to the Courts”

    Neuropsychology Review 10(3):181 (2000)

  10. Unimanual performance as a measure of laterality.

    Neuropsychology Review 7(3):143 (1997) PMID 9339457

    The study of unimanual performance as a measure of laterality has ranged from simple concepts such as tests of handedness to highly complex conceptualizations interrelating anthropologic, cultural, genetic, and neurological aspects, including difference between unimanual performance in brain injured...