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An international journal of life-span issues in neuropsychology
Vols. 1-39. Mahwah, 1985-2014. Partly reprint. $ 11000
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- DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY covers issues pertaining to the structure and function of both the developing and the aging brain. Both normal and abnormal cognitive functioning are covered, and reports of clinical as well as basic research are welcome. Articles include empirical research, research reviews, case reports, or critical commentary. With an average of six articles, recent issues include coverage of factors related to memory and attention skills in children with epilepsy, implicit memory and aging, age-related decline of cognitive abilities and educational level, soft neurological signs in children, attentional skills and executive functions in children with early hydrocephalus, metacognitive skills in head-injured and normally developing children, and an interactive framework for examining prefrontal cognitive processes (Katz).
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