Do neuropsychological dissociations support stronger theoretical inferences than neuropsychological associations? Is the study of single patients more informative than the study of patient groups?
Do neuropsychological dissociations support stronger theoretical inferences
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3.More so, for a neurological disorder of your choice, describe how individual differences can affect cognitive outcome.
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