Neuropsychology: Looking Ahead

Albert M. Galaburda, Bonnie Wong



Although the practice of clinical neuropsychology has not changed substantially in the past few decades, the study of the basic mechanisms of perception and cognition has shifted to be the purview of the fields of cognitive psychology, cognitive neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience. With the birth and expansion of the fields of neuroimaging (structural and functional), cognitive science, computer science and bio(neuro)informatics, genetics (including genomics and phenomics), gene expression, proteomics, connectomics, and of molecular cell biology, neuropsychology has increasingly been excluded from interacting with these fields, and, instead, has been relegated to the clinical evaluation of patients with cognitive deficits arising from diverse pathologies (degenerative, infectious, neoplastic, traumatic, and genetic/developmental).

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