Tag Archive for: neuropsychology

Life without a mind’s eye

People who experience aphantasia go through life without mental visual imagery. This is how Christabel Lobo experiences the world.

What is a neuropsychological evaluation?

The best way to assess brain functioning is through a neuropsychological evaluation. But what does that entail?

5 ways to manage symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

While there’s currently no cure for Multiple Sclerosis, there are concrete ways to manage some of the symptoms.

What is neuropsychology?

Neuropsychology is an important field linking the inner workings of the brain and behavior. But what makes it unique?

The truth about Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease is a brain disorder that causes uncontrollable movements. In this Q&A, Dr. Alexander Troster explains why.

Understanding GBM

July 19 is Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) Awareness Day. In this blog post, learn the basics about this dangerous brain cancer.

From expert to patient

Dr. Tresa Roebuck Spencer spent most of her life as an expert in neuropsychology. A GBM diagnosis in 2020 gave her new POV: as a patient.

A stroke survivor’s story

Dr. Eric Zillmer was an accomplished neuropsychologist when he learned something about himself: He also was a stroke survivor.

Understanding Conditions of Aging, Frontotemporal Dementia

Actor Bruce Willis is grappling with a condition called Frontotemporal Dementia. In this Q&A, Dr. Andrew Budson explains what it is.

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