Clinical Neuropsychology is a concise summary of neuropsychological syndromes. These syndromes are behavioral manifestations of lesions to functional brain systems. These syndromes include aphasia, agnosia, amnesic disorders, apraxias and frontal lobe syndromes. Each is associated with characteristic symptoms, test findings and neuropathology. It is difficult to keep track of all of them because they are so varied, many have overlapping symptom clusters and some are so uncommon that their definition quickly fades from memory. This psogram provides a concise summary of each syndrome and high-quality color and grayscale images illustrating brain anatomy. The program includes an extensive glossary and index. Each summary includes a general description of the syndrome, an illustration of the brain systems involved and suggestions for neuropsychological assessment. Clinical Neuropsychology is an excellent reference work and supplement to courses in clinical neuropsychology, physiological psychology and neuroscience.