Nonconscious vs Conscious Control
This is truly an amazing book based on spit brain patient studies that offers true evidenced-based research into the depth and importance of non-conscious process and impact on our global functioning. Don’t read this if you want to maintain astrict cognitive behavioral approach to your clinical work!
Similar theme regarding unconscious processing based on providing copious and fascinating examples that will amaze you and question your understanding of yourself, the world, and your clinical work.
Similar to the above.
This is long and at times tedious but sprinkled with valuable insights you will get nowhere else. Nice, simple application of stats to clinical work that ALL clinicians need
Challenging but the premier neuroanatomy and function text; you will know the brain after digesting this
Great tutorial on neuroanatomy
Wonderfully illustrated neuroanatomy tutorial
Solid neuropsychology text with board coverage but minimal in the area of neuroanatomy
Dense and comprehensive yet refreshingly direct and digestible, you learn the breadth of neuropathology very quickly
Overview of NP tests with norms
The definitive text on reading and understanding brain imaging
Love this book for its focus on function
Quick reference guide to neuropathology with suggested measures
If you want to learn how to conduct disabilities assessments, especially for accommodations for testing, read this book. I have had 100% success rate for CA Bar, GRE, SAT, and other formal boards/testing since reading this book
Old, very basic and with some inaccuracies but an excellent introduction to incorporating neuroscience to clinical practice
You want to work with an adult, child, or anyone with a serious trauma history? Please read this book. Traumatizing and sad cases but an excellent read from a skilled, knowledgeable, and thoughtful clinician. Helpful insights, although old enough to be weak on neuroscience; read it with this in mind an your clinical work will greatly benefit!
Somewhat old but you really, really need to read this book if you want to understand your anxious or traumatized patient
General Neuroscience & Psychopathology
Good overview of neuroscience applied to psychotherapy
Decent integration of neuropsych and psychopathology, a little unnecessarily heavy on NP testing (which is often unnecessary if you understand brain functioning) but good grounding of psychological/psychiatric symptoms into underlying brain functions.
In psychology (and neuropsychology) we tend to focus on the cortex and ignore subcortical processing. In fact, the latter plays a much more important role with the majority of our cognitive and emotional functioning. Technical but comprehensive and well organized.
Emphasizes what we all need to understand, pathology and normal functioning are the result of brain networks not single areas
Reminds us that executive functioning is a complex construct not a “thing” or “area” of the brain.
Comprehensive and thorough
Comprehensive exploration of brain structures and networks underlying emotional processing. Highlight: underscores that empathy is associated with neuronal networks, most significantly involving the right prefrontal cortex and not simply “mirror neurons” which are associated with motor learning, not empathy!
Grounded in neuroscience and psychoanalytic/psychodynamic thought, all of his books offer valuable clinical insights. Schore tends to be repetitive so you may have to adjust your reading style
Grounded in neuroscience and psychoanalytic/psychodynamic thought, all of his books offer valuable clinical information. Schore tends to be repetitive so you may have to adjust your reading style
Much needed text integrating an understanding of TBI and psychopathology toward helping our acquired brain injury clients
Web-based Neuroanatomy Resources
Brain Anatomy: Digital Anatomist Project
Neuroanatomy Tutorial: University of Utah
Neuroanatomy, University of British Columbia
Gray’s Anatomy: Neurology
Human Anatomy Atlas 2021
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. Oxford Journals
Journal of the International Neuropsychology Society. Cambridge Journals