Child Neuropsychology guides therapists and neurologists toward common goals: early, accurate diagnosis and finely focused interventions across disciplines. By analyzing the affects of brain development on children and adolescents’ behavioral, cognitive, learning, and psychosocial abilities and deficits, this groundbreaking volume brings vital perspectives to assessment and treatment. Leading experts Ellison and Semrud-Clikeman start with the basics of child clinical neuropsychology and functional neuroanatomy, taking readers through examination protocols and assessment instruments to treatment planning and methods.
In this volume, the authors address the full range of neurodevelopmental pathologies, from learning disabilities to autism, ADHD to CNS disorders, traumatic brain injury to fetal alcohol syndrome. Child Neuropsychology demonstrates an integrated transactional model of rehabilitation and intervention strategies, showing how families and school personnel can collaborate with mental health and medical professionals for effective therapy with lasting results. Inside this volume, readers will discover:
For clinical child practitioners as well as for advanced students, Child Neuropsychology contains the essential tools needed to meet the complex challenges of diagnosing and treating brain-based illnesses.
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This book presents the most current information about the influences of brain function on the cognitive-perceptual, learning, behavioral, and psychosocial adjustment of children and adolescents. To establish a base for understanding, the authors introduce the study of child clinical neuropsychology and functional neuroanatomy in the first two chapters. Readers will learn anatomy and physiology in clear, concise language. In the next three chapters, neuropsychological assessment is presented. The authors then examine the biogenetic and environmental factors that affect the neuropsychological functioning of children with various disorders. In the final chapters specific intervention methods are addressed along with case studies to show how process-oriented neuropsychological assessment can inform intervention planning. This book presents a transactional neuropsychological approach for understanding childhood and adolescent disorders. For professionals working in the field of child/adolescent psychology.About the Author:
Anne Teeter Ellison teaches courses on assessment and interventions for personality, social, and emotional functioning; pediatric psychology in urban settings; and professional and historical issues in school psychology. Ellison has published several books on neuropsychiatry and neurodevelopment disorders of childhood, developmental interventions for ADHD, and adults with ADHD. Presently, she serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Learning Disabilities, as chair for the editorial board of Attention, and as secretary for the executive board of Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorders (Ch.A.DD.).
Ellison’s recent grant activity includes innovative assessments in mathematics funded through the National Science Foundation, and increasing social competence of adolescents in multicultural, urban schools, funded through the UWM Urban Research Center. Ellison is developing innovative interventions for increasing academic and behavioral competencies in urban middle school students and is exploring the unmet mental health needs of children in urban schools. Ellison came to UWM in 1980 after completing her doctorate at Northern Arizona University and her internship at the Institute for Child Development.
Margaret Semrud-Clikeman is a Professor of School Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. She is also Program Director of the School Psychology Program. Formerly, she was on the Neurology faculty at the University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis. Before becoming a university educator, Dr. Semrud-Clikeman worked as a school psychologist for 14 years in Wisconsin. She continues to maintain a consulting and neuropsychological practice part time.
Dr. Semrud-Clikeman received her Ph.D. in School Psychology with specialization in neuropsychology and psychopathology from the University of Georgia in 1990. She hold an M.S. degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (1974) and completed her undergraduate degree at Concordia College, Moorhead MN (1972).
Currently, Dr. Semrud-Clikeman is also authoring a neuropsychological screening test for school psychologists for ProEd. In addition, she has presented at numerous national international conferences (including NASP and APA 2004 meetings) as well as an invited speaker for the Neuropsychology Group of the New York Academy of Sciences. She has also developed several workshops for school psychologists, including Introduction to Neuropsychology and Traumatic Brain Injury. She serves on the editorial board of Journal of Learning Disabilities (Sage Publications; quarterly) and School Psychology Quarterly (Guilford Publications for APA Division 16).
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