Special Issue: Case Series in Cognitive Neuropsychology
In their 2010 paper, Schwartz and Dell advocated for a major role for case series investigations in cognitive neuropsychology. They defined the key features of this approach and presented arguments illustrating the benefits of case series studies and their contribution to computational cognitive neuropsychology.
This Special Issue on Case Series in Cognitive Neuropsychology features six commentaries on the Schwartz and Dell paper as well as a response to these by Dell and Schwartz themselves. Editor Brenda Rapp reviews the promises and perils of case series design and places both case series and single-case approaches in their context.
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