1 Introduction Jonathan Reed and Jody Warner Rogers Section 1 Key Concepts. 2 The Importance of Tracing Developmental Trajectories for Clinical Child Neuropsychology (Dagmara Annaz, Annette Karmiloff-Smith and Michael C. S. Thomas). 3 Child Brain Development (Hans J. ten Donkelaar). 4 Genetics of Learning Abilities and Disabilities: Implications for Cognitive Neuroscience and Translational Research (Yulia Kovas and Robert Plomin). 5 Brain Plasticity: Evidence from Children with Perinatal Brain Injury (Judy S. Reilly, Susan C. Levine, Ruth Nass and Joan Stiles). 6 Neuroimaging in Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Disorders (Paramala J Santosh and Ruksana Ahmed). 7 The Concept and Development of General Intellectual Ability (Mike Anderson). Section 2 Theory of Neuropsychological Development. 8 The Neuropsychology of Language Development (Frederic Dick, Robert Leech and Fiona Richardson). 9 The Neuropsychology of Visuo-spatial and Visuo-motor Development (Janette Atkinson and Marko Nardini). 10 The Neuropsychology of Children?s Memory (Arthur MacNeill Horton and Henry Soper). 11 The Neuropsychology of Attention Development (Maxine Sinclair and Eric Taylor). 12 Executive Functions and Development (Clare Hughes and Andrew Graham). 13 Self-regulation in the Developing Brain (Rebecca Todd and Marc Lewis). 14 Social Neuroscience (Simon Baron-Cohen and Bhismadev Chakrabarti). 15 Reading (Usha Goswami). 16 Developmental Dyscalculia (Brian Butterworth) Section 3 Practice. 17 Neuropsychological Assessment in a Neurological Setting (Ingram Wright and Peta Sharples) 18 Neuropsychological Assessment in Child Mental Health Contexts (Ian Frampton) 19 Applications of Neuropsychology in Schools (Sue Harrison and Jane Hood). 20 Neuropsychological Assessment in Medical Contexts Psychological Assessment in Medical Contexts (Sarah Helps). 21 A Clinician?s Guide to Child Neuropsychological Assessment and Formulation (Jody Warner Rogers and Jonathan Reed). Index.
Jonathan Reed is a clinical psychologist in private practice specializing in child neuropsychology. He is a director and co-founder of a community child neuropsychology rehabilitation service, Recolo UK Ltd. He has worked as a child neuropsychologist at Guy?s Hospital, London and at the Royal London Hospital. Jody Warner-Rogers trained at West Virginia University. She is a consultant clinical psychologist and pediatric neuropsychologist with the Paediatric Neurodisability Service at Guy?s and St Thomas?s NHS Foundation Trust.
"The editors and authors of this important volume have contributed thorough, integrative, and clearly articulated coverage of essential knowledge while placing an important emphasis on the dynamic change and course of development that distinguishes child/pediatric from adult neuropsychology... It is an engaging read that will be appreciated by graduate students as well as more senior practitioners across the neurosciences". (International Neuropsychological Society, October 2010)