Cultural Diversity studies the relationship between culture and neuropsychology. Its goal is to examine salient aspects of this relationship and assist in bringing the issue of culture and cultural diversity to the forefront of neuropsychological discussions. The articles help further the understanding that ethnic and cultural variables are important not only in research design but also in clinical practice. In addition they urge clinicians to make cultural variables an integral component of any neuropsychological assessment and examine clinical data in the context of the patient's ethnic and cultural backround.
Table of Contents
Volume 11, Number 1, 2004
Contents:INTRODUCTION: R.J. Echemendia, Cultural Diversity and Neuropsychology: An Uneasy Relationship in Time of Change. ARTICLES: R.J. Echemendia, J.G. Harris, Neuropsychological Test Use With Hispanic/Latino Populations in the United States: Part II of a National Survey. F. Hill-Briggs, J.D. Evans, M.A. Norman, Racial and Ethnic Diversity Among Trainees and Professionals in Psychology and Neuropsychology: Needs, Trends, and Challenges. T.M. Wong, D.E. Fujii, Neuropsychological Assessment of Asian Americans: Demographic Factors, Cultural Diversity, and Practice Guidelines. J.J. Manly, D.A. Byrd, P. Touradji, Y. Stern, Acculturation, Reading Level, and Neuropsychological Test Performance Among African American Elders. A.M. Llorente, M. Turcich, K.A. Lawrence, Differences in Neuropsychological Performance Associated With Ethnicity in Children With HIV-1 Infection: Preliminary Findings. S.A. Brown, S.R. McCauley, H.S. Levin, C. Constant, C. Boake, Perception of Health and Quality of Life in Minorities After Mild to Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury.