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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYB65H3
Professor
Ted Petit
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Instructor’s Manual and Test Bank
for
Elias and Saucier
Neuropsychology
Clinical and Experimental Foundations
prepared by
Lorin J. Elias
University of Saskatchewan
Deborah M. Saucier
University of Saskatchewan
Crystal Ehresman
Nicole Thomas
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Table of Contents
Unit 1: Foundations of Neuropsychology
1 Introduction to Neuropsychology 2
2 Neuroanatomy 15
3 Techniques in Neuropsychology 32
4 Laterality 47
Unit 2: Functional Systems and Associated Disorders
5 The Sensorimotor System 56
6 Sensation and Perception: Vision 65
7 Memory 81
8 Hearing and Language Processing 97
9 Emotion 115
10 Spatial Ability 130
11 Attention and Consciousness 144
Unit 3: Development, Damage, and Treatment
12 Humans, Human Brains, and Evolution 151
13 Neural Development 159
14 Human Brain Damage 174
15 Neuropsychological Assessment 189
16 Recovery of Function 202
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