Combining a unique organizational approach with an engaging writing style,Neuropsychology: Clinical and Experimental Foundationsoffers a comprehensive and reader-friendly introduction to the functions of the brain. Chapters take a functional perspective, weaving together discussions on intact and dysfunctional systems. Lorin Elias and Deborah Saucier address critical issues in the field, including neuroanatomy, sensation and perception, memory, and emotion. The text also incorporates helpful pedagogical features, including Real World and Current Controversy boxes as well as self-tests and internal previews and reviews, all of which are valuable tools for teaching and learning. Thorough and up-to-date,Neuropsychology: Clinical and Experimental Foundationsis the ideal text to introduce students to the dynamic workings of the brain."[Neuropsychology: Clinical and Experimental Foundations]is a highly readable and engaging presentation of basic principles of neuropsychology and the functional organization of the brain." Lisa Goehler, University of Virginia"I think this is a wonderful book that students and professors alike will find useful, interesting and enjoyable." Christine Wagner, University of AlbanyElias, Lorin J. is the author of 'Neuropsychology Clinical and Experimental Foundations', published 2005 under ISBN 9780205343614 and ISBN 0205343619.