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Geriatric neuropsychology : assessment and intervention / ed. ATTIX, Deborah K. ; ed. WELSH-BOHMER, Kathleen A..
New York : Guilford Press, 2006, xii, 467 p.


Mots-clés principaux
:
Neuropsychologie
Psychogérontologie
Évaluation gériatrique
Évaluation psychologique
Intervention

Mots-clés secondaires : Aphasie progressive primaire ; Avitaminose ; Cheminement clinique ; Communauté ethnoculturelle ; Déficit cognitif léger ; Démence dégénérative ; Démence non dégénérative ; Démence toxique ; Démence vasculaire ; Dépression ; Éducation du patient ; Évaluation fonctionnelle ; Hydrocéphalie à pression normale ; Hypothyroïdie ; Maladie d'Alzheimer ; Mnémotechnique ; Normes et standards ; Orthophonie ; Pharmacothérapie ; Psycholinguistique ; Relation soignant-patient ; Stimulation ; Syndrome des apnées / hypopnées du sommeil ; Thérapie comportementale ; Thérapie cognitive ; Thérapie de groupe ; Usager ; Vieillissement normal ; Vitamine B1 ; Vitamine B12

Résumé :

This major clinical reference and text is the first volume to systematically address the entire process of neuropsychological assessment and intervention with older adults. The expert editors and contributors detail the current state of knowledge about frequently encountered conditions ranging from mild cognitive impairment to progressive, stable, and reversible dementias. Evidence-based assessment and intervention strategies are described, and specific guidance is provided for linking neuropsychological evaluation to individualized treatment planning. Demonstrating an array of cognitive training, compensatory, and psychotherapeutic approaches, the volume shows how these can successfully be used to improve patients' functioning and quality of life.

CONTENTS
Introduction
PART I. GERIATRIC NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
SECTION A. ASSESSMENT OF COMMON GERIATRIC CONDITIONS
Chapter 1. An Integrated Model for Geriatric Neuropsychological Assessment, Guy G. Potter and Deborah K. Attix
Chapter 2. Normal Aging and Mild Cognitive Impairment, Glenn Smith and Beth K. Rush
Chapter 3. Neurodegenerative Dementias, Kathleen A. Welsh-Bohmer and Lauren H. Warren
Chapter 4. Stable and Slowly Progressive Dementias, Allison Cato and Bruce A. Crosson
Chapter 5. Potentially Reversible Cognitive Symptoms in Older Adults, Wes S. Houston and Mark W. Bondi
SECTION B. SPECIFIC CONSIDERATIONS
Chapter 6. Using Norms in Neuropsychological Assessment of the Elderly, Robyn M. Busch, Gordon J. Chelune, and Yana Suchy
Chapter 7. Functional Assessment, Daniel Marson and Katina R. Hebert
Chapter 8. Cultural Issues, Jennifer J. Manly
Chapter 9. Feedback, Joanne Green
PART II. GERIATRIC NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION
SECTION A. COGNITIVE TRAINING AND COMPENSATORY TECHNIQUES
Chapter 10. An Integrated Model for Geriatric Neuropsychological Intervention, Deborah K. Attix
Chapter 11. Training of Cognitive and Functionally Relevant Skills in Mild Alzheimer's Disease, An Integrated Approach, David Loewenstein and Amarilis Acevedo
Chapter 12. Spaced Retrieval: A Case Study in Dissemination of a Cognitive Intervention for Persons with Dementia, Cameron J. Camp
Chapter 13. Multi-technique Program Approaches, Linda Clare
Chapter 14. Rehabilitation of Language Impairments in Dementia, Cynthia K. Thompson and Nancy Johnson
Chapter 15. External Aids, Michelle S. Bourgeois
SECTION B. PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS
Chapter 16. Behavioral Treatment of Affective Disorders and Associated Symptoms, Rebecca Logsdon, Susan M. McCurry, and Linda Teri
Chapter 17. Behavioral Treatment of Impaired Functioning and Behavioral Symptoms, Ann Louise Barrick
Chapter 18. Group Psychotherapy Approaches for Dementia, Guy G. Potter, Deborah K. Attix, and Cory K. Chen
Chapter 19. Pharmacological and Other Treatment Strategies for Alzheimer's Disease, Kathleen Hayden and Mary Sano

Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 21137 ISBN / ISSN : 1593852266
NumRec : 2113703
 

       

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