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Harold Goodglass (1143)

Interests
Clinical neuropsychology
Nationality
American
Born
1920, New York, USA
Short Biography
Harold Goodglass (August 18, 1920 - March 18, 2002) was a prominent pioneer of neuropsychological tests and assessment, and spent much of his career investigating aphasia. The Boston VA Hospital, where he spent many years investigating brain function, ... Show more | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • BA French City College of New York, 1939
  • MA New York University, 1948
  • PhD University of Cincinnati, 1951
Appointments & Honors
  • Professor of Neurology (Neuropsychology), Boston University School of Medicine
  • President, International Neuropsychological Society, 1976, APA Division, . 1979
  • ALSHA Distinguished Career Award, 1982
  • Editorial Board, Cortex, Brain and Language
Principal Publications
  • 1954 Language laterality in left-handed aphasics. Brain, 77, 523-48. (with F. A. Quadfasel).
  • 1963 Disturbance of gesture and pantomime in aphasia. Brain, 86, 703-20. (with E. Kaplan).
  • 1964 Phrase length and the type and severity of aphasia. Cortex, 1, 133-53 (with F. A. Quadfasel and W. L. Timberlake).
  • 1972 Assessment of Aphasia and Related Disorder. Lea and Febiger (with E. Kaplan).
  • 1972 Dichotic ear order effects in Korsakof and normal subjects. Neuropsychologia, 10, 21-217 (with E. A. Peck).
  • 1973 Psycholinguistics and Aphasia. Johns Hopkins University Press (with S. Blumstein).
  • 1976 Semantic fields, auditory comprehension and naming in aphasia. Brain and Language, 3, 359-74.
  • 1977 Parallel processing of verbal and musical materials in right and left hemispheres. Neuropsychologia, 45-9 (with M. Calderon).
  • 1980 Clinical Aspects of Dysphasia. Springer- Verlag (with M. L. Albert, A. Rubins et al.).
  • 1980 Lateralization of linguistic and melodic processing with age. Neuropsychologia, 18, 79-83.
  • 1985 Localization of body-parts in brain-injured subjects. Neuropsychologia, 23, 161-76 (with C. Semenza).
  • 1985 Is agrammatism a unitary phenomenon? In M. L. Kean (ed.), Agrammatism. Academic Press (with L. Menn).
  • 1993 Understanding Aphasia. Academic Press.