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  1. Assessing executive function in preschoolers.

    Neuropsychology Review 22(4):345 (2012) PMID 23109046

    Executive function develops at an unprecedented rate during the preschool period, yet few clinicians attempt to assess executive processes in young children. The primary objective of this article is to demonstrate that executive function can be assessed in preschoolers, and to highlight the importan...
  2. The Immune system's moderating response to inflammation relieves autistic behavior: response to Peter Good.

    Neuropsychology Review 21(1):68 (2011) PMID 21240676

  3. Extremely preterm birth outcome: a review of four decades of cognitive research.

    Neuropsychology Review 20(4):430 (2010) PMID 20512418

    Our review by the crucial variable of birth cohort year shows a changing developmental trajectory in which today's extremely preterm survivor is likely to have fewer severe medical complications, better neurological outcomes, and fewer adverse cognitive late effects. Such data further underscore the...
  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. Motor-skill learning in Alzheimer's disease: a review with an eye to the clinical practice.

    Neuropsychology Review 17(3):203 (2007) PMID 17680369 PMCID PMC2039835

    Since elderly people suffering from dementia want to go on living independently for as long as possible, they need to be able to maintain familiar and learn new practical skills. Although explicit or declarative learning methods are mostly used to train new skills, it is hypothesized that implicit o...
  6. The detection of malingering in neuropsychological assessment.

    Neuropsychology Review 1(3):247 (1990) PMID 2152533

    Although malingering, or the manipulation of data by the patient, is a problem commonly faced by neuropsychologists, there has been little systematic investigation of this problem. This paper reviews the literature on the detection of malingering in assessment instruments commonly used by clinical n...
  7. Neuroimaging biomarkers in mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI).

    Neuropsychology Review 23(3):169 (2013) PMID 23974873

    Reviewed herein are contemporary neuroimaging methods that detect abnormalities associated with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). Despite advances in demonstrating underlying neuropathology in a subset of individuals who sustain mTBI, considerable disagreement persists in neuropsychology about mTB...
  8. Autobiographical memory, self, and stress-related psychiatric disorders: which implications in cancer patients?

    Neuropsychology Review 23(2):157 (2013) PMID 23640242

    We will report studies focusing on the above-mentioned psychiatric disorders and cancer, and will attempt to establish a relation with autobiographical memory disturbances. The better understanding of such memory deficits could permit new pathophysiological hypotheses to emerge. Recommendations for...
  9. Neuroanatomy and neuropathology associated with Korsakoff's syndrome.

    Neuropsychology Review 22(2):72 (2012) PMID 22528862 PMCID PMC3371089

    Although the neuropathology of Korsakoff's syndrome (KS) was first described well over a century ago and the characteristic brain pathology does not pose a diagnostic challenge to pathologists, there is still controversy over the neuroanatomical substrate of the distinctive memory impairment in thes...
  10. Primary progressive aphasias and their contribution to the contemporary knowledge about the brain-language relationship.

    Neuropsychology Review 21(3):271 (2011) PMID 21809067 PMCID PMC3158975

    Primary progressive aphasia (PPA), typically resulting from a neurodegenerative disease such as frontotemporal dementia/Pick Complex or Alzheimer's disease, is a heterogeneous clinical condition characterized by a progressive loss of specific language functions with initial sparing of other cognitiv...