Best Practices in School Neuropsychology: Guidelines for Effective Practice, Assessment, and Evidence-based Assessment (Wiley; Daniel Miller, Ed.) is now available. The book is available via Dr. Millers KIDS Inc. website. Additional school neuropsychology information from Dr. Miller can be found here.
Additional information, including the ability to examine the Table of Contents can be found at Amazon.com. The chapters cover a wide range of topics and issues and are authored by a top-notch collection of scholars. The back cover description information can be found here.
I do not yet have a copy of the book but Dan is a good friend and colleague who's work I admire. I know he has a strong CHC theoretical orientation so I'm anxious to receive my copy and read those chapters that specifically address the integration of neuropsychological and CHC theory.
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