Contributor List, vi Foreword, vii Preface to the First Edition, ix Preface to the Fourth Edition, xi Part 1 Principles 1 Basic Concepts in Neuropsychiatry, 3 2 Neuropsychology in Relation to Psychiatry, 29 3 Clinical Assessment, 103 Part 2 Specific disorders 4 Head Injury, 167 5 Cerebral Tumours, 281 6 Epilepsy, 309 7 Intracranial Infections, 397 8 Cerebrovascular Disorders, 473 9 Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias (Including Pseudodementias), 543 10 Endocrine Diseases and Metabolic Disorders, 617 11 Addictive and Toxic Disorders, 689 12 Movement Disorders, 745 13 Sleep Disorders, 817 14 Other Disorders of the Nervous System, 845 Index, 907 Colour plates are found facing p. 469
Anthony David is Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychiatry at theInstitute of Psychiatry, King's College, London, and HonoraryConsultant Psychiatrist at the South London and Maudsley NHSFoundation Trust, London, UK. Simon Fleminger is Consultant Neuropsychiatrist responsiblefor the Brain Injury Unit at the South London and Maudsley NHSFoundation Trust, London, UK. Michael Kopelman is Professor of Neuropsychiatry at theInstitute of Psychiatry, King's College, London, and ConsultantNeuropsychiatrist, St Thomas' Hospital, London, UK. Simon Lovestone is Professor of Old Age Psychiatry at the NIHRBiomedical Research Centre for Mental Health; MRC Centre forNeurodegeneration Research; Departments of Psychological Medicineand Neuroscience, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College, London,UK. John Mellers is Consultant Neuropsychiatrist at the South Londonand Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK.
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