Section 1: Introduction (F. Boller, J. Grafman)
The clinical evaluation of mental status (M.P. Alexander). Clinical neuropsychological tests and assessment techniques (R.K. Heaton, T.D. Marcotte). Classification and modelling in neuropsychology: from groups to single cases (E. Capitani, M. Laiacona). The lesion method in cognitive neuroscience (H. Damasio). Hemispheric interactions and specializations: insights from the split brain (M.G. Funnell, P.M. Corballis, M.S. Gazzaniga). Cerebral hemispheric specialization in normal individuals: experimental assessment (J.B. Hellige). Event-related brain potentials in the study of human cognition and neuropsychology (T.F. Münte, T.P. Urbach, E. Düzel, M. Kutas). Prospects in cognitive neuroimaging: the case of language functions (J.-F. DJmonet, D. Cardebat). Methodologies for the computer modeling of human cognitive processes (D.C. Plaut). Neural and connectionist models in neuropsychology (J.A. Reggia, E. Ruppin, R.S. Berndt). The methodological foundations of human neuropsychology: studies in brain-damaged patients (G. Vallar). Methods and converging evidence in neuropsychology (L.C. Robertson, K.L. Schendel). The role of cognitive theory in neuropsychological research (G. Miceli).
Section 2: Attention (G. Rizzolatti)
Visuospatial attention (C. Umiltà). Selective attention to objects and time (K. Shapiro, A.P. Hillstrom, M. Husain). Unilateral neglect in humans (E. Bisiach, G. Vallar). Spatial neglect: neurophysiological bases, cortical circuits and theories (G. Rizzolatti, A. Berti, V. Gallese).