Neuropsychology of Cardiovascular Disease Edited by Shari R. Waldstein, University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Merrill F. Elias, University of Maine

This second edition examines the relations of a host of behavioral and biomedical risk factors, in addition to subclinical and clinical CVDs, to brain and cognitive function. Associations with dementia and pre-dementia cognitive performance are reported, described, and discussed with a focus on underlying brain mechanisms. Future research agendas are suggested, and clinical implications are considered. The volume is a resource for professionals and students in specializing in neuropsychology and related fields, and for other physicians and health care professionals who work with patients with, or at risk for, CVDs. 20% Discount Available – enter the code IRK71;