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Why I study brain injury.
The Psychologist, 12, 594-595.
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This short article comments on intriguing, stimulating and exciting aspects of the study of brain injury. It discusses the frail dividing line between normality and abnormality and some of the fascinating behavioural manifestations of agnosia, deep dyslexia, unilateral neglect and so forth. The article continues with considerations of the influence of theory on neuropsychological assessment and treatment, the relationship between theory and clinical practice, 'on-the-job' research and team work in neuropsychological rehabilitation.