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I. What Explanations Are Possible? 1. Scientific Explanation 2. Placing Neuroscience in the History of Science and Philosophy 3. History of the Localization of Function Debate 4. How Does the Brain Compute? 5. Classical and Contemporary Models of Abnormal Behavior II. What Are the Disorders? 6. Disorders of Perception 7. Disorders of Attention 8. Disorders of Language 9. Disorders of Memory 10. Disorders of Action Selection 11. Disorders of State Regulation 12. Global Disorders III. What Becomes of the Self? 13. How to Relate Self to Brain Appendix A. Human Neocortical Regions Appendix B. Online Resources Glossary
Bruce F. Pennington, PhD, is John Evans Professor of Psychology at the University of Denver, where he heads the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience program. His research focuses on dyslexia, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and autism, with particular interests in using genetic and neuropsychological methods to understand comorbidity among disorders. In addition to being a researcher and research mentor, he is also a child clinical neuropsychologist, and has been active in clinical practice and training throughout his career. Dr. Pennington is a recipient of Research Scientist, MERIT, and Fogarty awards from the National Institutes of Health; the Samuel T. Orton Award from the International Dyslexia Association; and the Emanuel Miller Memorial Lecture from the British Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health. He is also a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Association for Psychological Science. He is the author of Diagnosing Learning Disorders, Second Edition, and coeditor (with Keith Owen Yeates et al.) of Pediatric Neuropsychology, Second Edition.