An introduction to neuropsycholigy by JG Beaumont
Phantoms in the brain by V.S Ramachandran
Motor function control start the top of the head
Memory function start the bottom of the head
Language is usually on the left of the
Relative Contributions of Nature vs. Nurture?
Is Development Continuous or Discontinuous (or Both)?
What are the Mechanisms of Development?
Is There One Course of Deve
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
An Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Mental Derangement (Crichton, 1798) 1845 Fidgety Phil 1902 George Still first described hyperactivity and inattention 1950s DSM-II Hyperkinetic Chil
The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not Eureka but thats funny Isaac Asimov
_ & Prior Research Research Question
Hypotheses Data Collection/ Findings _ C
Classification, Assessment, Diagnosis & Treatment
Category _ grouping Dimension behavior that is continuous and can occur in varying _ Classification
Explicit Discriminable _ gives us more information than we had before the classi
Psychological Disorders of Childhood | Theories & Causes
Theories & Causes
Theories of Disorders pre-20th Century
_ - possessed or otherwise influenced by evil spirits or demons Somatogenesis - bodily malfunction or imbalance
Emil Kraepelin (1883) - cla
Psychological Disorders of Childhood | Introduction
What constitutes a psychological disorder in a child?
parents are concerned. Despite repeated attempts to coerce her to speak, Maria has never spoken a word to them. She is adopted, and they wond