14| Neuropsychology for Non-Neuropsychologists (Part 2)
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We provided an overview of the field of neuropsychology in Episode 2, but we wanted to run it by someone outside the field to see if anything was unclear or if other questions came up.  This episode is a Q & A with someone without any background in neuropsychology.  We discuss lots of topics, such as the difference between normal and "abnormal" forgetfulness, why some people are able to process information quicker than others, the difference between dementia and Alzheimer's disease, and much more.  Students, trainees, and the general public will likely benefit most from the content.


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