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Cluster Analysis in Neuropsychological Research

Recent Applications

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This book reviews the basics of cluster analysis, examines challenges to its use and applies its methods to neuropsychological research. It examines how behaviorally based subgroups within clinical entities can be related to various other neuroscience methods.


Titel: Cluster Analysis in Neuropsychological Research
Autoren/Herausgeber: Daniel N. Allen, Gerald Goldstein (Hrsg.)
Ausgabe: 2013

ISBN/EAN: 9781489998637

Seitenzahl: 136
Format: 23,5 x 15,5 cm
Produktform: Taschenbuch/Softcover
Gewicht: 232 g
Sprache: Englisch

Daniel N. Allen, Ph.D., is professor in the Department of Psychology at University of Nevada Las Vegas. He has published more than 125 scientific papers addressing various aspects of clinical neuropsychology and psychopathology. He has received national recognition for his work in the area of clinical neuropsychology, as evidenced by a number of prestigious awards, including the Nelson Butters Award and the Early Career Award from the National Academy of Neuropsychology. He has also received the Barrick Distinguished Scholar Award and the William Morris Award for Excellence in Scholarship from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Gerald Goldstein, Ph.D., is senior research career scientist at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System. He has received numerous honors and awards for his contributions to clinical neuropsychology, and has served the field in a variety of highly visible leadership positions, including President of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, President of the Clinical Neuropsychology Division (40) of the American Psychological Association, and President of the International Neuropsychological Society. Dr. Goldstein has authored more than 300 scientific papers.

Classification and subtyping have been an important part of psychology from its earliest days, essential to personality, pathology, and other key aspects of the field. Within neuropsychology specifically, improvements in classification have led to greater accuracy in assessment, diagnosis, and approaches to treatment, with cluster analysis recently emerging as a complement or an alternative to clinical observation and to other statistics-based methods.Cluster Analysis in Neuropsychological Research reviews the basics of cluster analysis, examines challenges to its use, and applies its methods to ongoing research questions across neuropsychology. Chapters illustrate the mathematical concepts underlying cluster analysis and overview areas of its most notable use (e.g., learning disabilities, brain injury, schizophrenia) before moving on to current lines of inquiry. Subjects in these studies include individuals with medical pathologies, neurologically stable individuals with diagnosed psychiatric illness, and normal individuals, resulting not only in useful empirical data, but also robust methods by which new studies may be developed. Included in the coverage:Statistical and methodological considerations when using cluster analysis.Application of cluster analysis to investigate neuropsychological heterogeneity in psychiatric and neurological patients.Identifying neurodevelopmental stages of memory from childhood through adolescence with cluster analysis.A neuropsychological approach to classifying TBI severity in youth.Classification with cluster analysis of health problems of homeless veterans.Possibilities for using cluster analysis in other diverse areas of neuropsychology.Neuropsychologists and cognitive neuroscientists will find Cluster Analysis in Neuropsychological Research a stimulating guide to a promising platform for future developments in the field.

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