Information Processing Speed in Clinical Populations - Studies on Neuropsychology, Neurology and Cognition by John DeLuca
Although it has been investigated for more than 100 years, it is only now that we are beginning to understand how information processing speed is affected in different clinical groups.…
Information Processing Speed in Clinical Populations synopsis
Although it has been investigated for more than 100 years, it is only now that we are beginning to understand how information processing speed is affected in different clinical groups. Processing speed has a major impact on high-level cognitive abilities and is very vulnerable to neurological humiliation and the aging process.
The importance of processing speed in relation to brain function, perception and overall quality of life is now the focus of a new and exciting set of research in clinical groups. This book provides a scientifically and scientifically sensitive review of research on treatment speed and issues in the clinical population.
Readers will gain an in-depth understanding of the speed with which human information is processed including its historical development, its relationship to other cognitive functions, the development path of ability across age, and its impact on daily life in many clinicalpopulations. Other highlights of the text are its discussion of speed versus accuracy swaps, tools available to measure processingspeed, research uncovered genetic contributions to processingspeed, and the latest ideas in rehabilitation. With contributing authors who are experts in their fields, the speed of information processing in the clinical population is a valuable resource for researchers, researchers, and physicians by providing a brief summary of current research on processing speed across a range of disciplines and populations..
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