Preoperative Events: Their Effects on Behavior Following Brain Damage

Synopsis

Preoperative Events switches the focus from post-operative rehabilitation to preoperative experiences and personal histories to lessen the consequences of brain damage. These papers document the relationship between preoperative experience and postoperative performance and discuss a variety of protective preoperative experiences that can ameliorate the deleterious effects of brain damage.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Jay Schulkin
  • Carlos V. Grijalva
  • Ernest Lindholm
  • Barbara Roland
  • Devendra Singh
  • Jay Schulkin
  • Carlos V. Grijalva
  • Ernest Lindholm
  • Barbara Roland
  • Devendra Singh
  • Ernest D. Kemble
  • Peter J. Donovick
  • Richard G. Burright
  • David J. Albert
  • G. Lincoln Chew
  • Mike L. Walsh
  • David S. Olton
  • Alicja L. Markowska
  • E. E. Krieckhaus
  • J. Bruce Overmier
  • Jeannette P. Ward
  • J. Jay Braun
  • Franco Lepore
  • Jordan Grafman
  • Francois Lalonde
  • Irene Litvan
  • Paul Fedio
  • Bryan Kolb
  • Eliot Stellar
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Hillsdale, NJ
Publication year:
  • 1989