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Aging, Rehabilitation, and Psychology  

Adam T. Gerstenecker and Benjamin T. Mast

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Jul 2012
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Nov 2012
This chapter examines the role of psychologists in the rehabilitation of older adults. The chapter begins with a review of the changes expected to take place in the population demographics ... More

Behavioral and Molecular Genetics of Emotion Dysregulation  

Lance M. Rappaport, Sage E. Hawn, Cassie Overstreet, and Ananda B. Amstadter

Published Online:
Jun 2018
Given the critical role that emotion dysregulation plays in many psychiatric disorders, there is a need to understand the biological underpinnings of emotion regulation deficits. This ... More

Behavioral Genetics of Adolescent Substance Use and Abuse  

Matt McGue and Brian M. Hicks

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Apr 2016
We review behavioral and biometrical genetic research aimed at characterizing the nature of the familial aggregation of adolescent substance use and abuse. Twin and adoption studies have ... More

Bipolar Disorder During Childhood and Adolescence  

Mary Fristad and Elizabeth Nick

Published in print:
Jun 2017
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Nov 2015
This chapter reviews bipolar spectrum disorders (bipolar I, bipolar II, bipolar disorder not otherwise specified, and cyclothymic disorder) in childhood and adolescence. The history of the ... More

Clinical Neuropsychology  

Robert J. McCaffrey, Julie K. Lynch, and Holly James Westervelt

Published in print:
May 2014
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Nov 2014
The origins of clinical neuropsychology were founded in the diagnostic methods for identifying cerebral damage and, although this remains an important focus of the field, clinical ... More

Copy Number Variation in Neuropsychiatric Disorders  

James J. H. Rucker and Peter McGuffin

Published in print:
Jan 2015
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Dec 2013
It has long been known that the human genome is subject to deletion and duplication of genetic material by various molecular mechanisms. Until recently, such events were assumed to be ... More

Environmental Risk and Protection in Unipolar Depression  

Scott Monroe and Lori Cummins

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Jun 2017
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Apr 2016
This chapter examines environmental risk and protection for depression from two seemingly contradictory vantage points: depression commonly arises in response to environmental adversity, ... More

Environmental Risk and Protective Factors in Bipolar Disorder  

Sheri L. Johnson, Anda Gershon, and Kaja Johnson

Published in print:
Jun 2017
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Nov 2015
In this chapter, we consider the role of the social environment as a predictor of symptoms within bipolar disorder. We begin with a discussion of some conceptual and methodological issues ... More

The Evolution of Depressive Phenotypes  

Paul W. Andrews and Zachary Durisko

Published in print:
Jun 2017
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Jan 2016
Depression is a heterogeneous collection of phenotypes sharing partially overlapping genes, neurobiology, and symptoms. This chapter applies an evolutionary perspective to the distinct ... More

Head Injury and Externalizing Behavior  

Joan P. Gerring and Roma A. Vasa

Published in print:
Nov 2015
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Dec 2014
This article deals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and its link to externalizing disorders in children, with emphasis on advances in the field that have been driven by new medical and ... More

The History of Aphasiology  

Andrew Kertesz

This chapter charts the history of aphasiology from antiquity to the recent past. An arbitrary line is drawn to include paragraphs of only those who passed, to avoid the review of large ... More

History of Disorders of Writing and Reading  

Victor W. Henderson

Published Online:
Jun 2018
In the history of medicine, studies of agraphia and alexia have figured prominently in efforts to understand neural underpinnings of cognition. The central historical figure is Jules ... More

History of Italian Neuropsychology  

Francois Boller, Guido Gainotti, Dario Grossi, and Giuseppe Vallar

Early Italian clinicians and researchers dedicated their work to human neuropsychology mainly through analysis of variations of cognitive and behavioral functions caused by brain damage. ... More

History of Neuropsychology in Asia  

Tatia M.C. Lee, Wang Kai, and Simon L. Collinson

Clinical neuropsychology in Asia has emerged from the interactions of multiple processes, including the development of psychology and its subdisciplines worldwide, the entering of ... More

History of Neuropsychology in the Netherlands  

Paul Eling

The history of the development of neuropsychology in The Netherlands is described. First some early descriptions of the effects of brain lesions on behavior are mentioned. Subsequently the ... More

Molecular Foundations of the Symptoms of Major Depressive Disorder  

Michael C. Chen and Ian H. Gotlib

Published in print:
Jan 2015
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Sep 2013
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is a prevalent and costly disorder with a broad range of cognitive, affective, and behavioral symptoms. Despite the absence of a clear final common ... More

Molecular Genetics of the Externalizing Spectrum  

Ian R. Gizer, Jacqueline M. Otto, and Jarrod M. Ellingson

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Nov 2015
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Nov 2014
Quantitative behavioral genetics studies provide strong evidence for heritable influences on the development of externalizing spectrum behaviors that cut across traditional diagnostic ... More

Music Therapy and Traumatic Brain Injury  

Simon Gilbertson

Published in print:
Jan 2016
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May 2015
Contemporary social and neuro-sciences highlight many unanswered questions about the ways that music therapy plays a part in the interprofessional rehabilitation for those affected by ... More

Music Therapy in Medical and Neurological Rehabilitation Settings  

Stefan Mainka, Ralph Spintge, and Michael Thaut

Published in print:
Jan 2016
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Apr 2015
Music in the acute medical setting or in neurological rehabilitation is used functionally to facilitate and target specific therapeutic goals. Neurologic music therapy (NMT) and music ... More

The Natural Course of Substance Use and Dependence  

Kristina M. Jackson and Carolyn E. Sartor

Published in print:
Sep 2016
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Aug 2014
Substance use and substance use disorders show normative epidemiological age-related trends, with typically onset in the late adolescent to young adult years, manifesting peak prevalences ... More

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