Applied Neurosciences for the Allied Health Professions

Applied Neurosciences for the Allied Health Professions

Edited by Douglas McBean, BSc(Hons), PhD, Senior Lecturer in Physiology & Neuroscience, School of Health Sciences, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh and Frederike van Wijck, BSc, MSc, PhD, MCSP, FHEA, Reader in Neurological Rehabilitation, Institute for Applied Health Research, School for Health and Life Sciences, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, Scotland,UK.


  1. An introduction to neuroscience .
  2. Basic neuroanatomy and neurophysiology
  3. Lifespan changes in the nervous system
  4. An introduction to pharmacology
  5. The brain-behaviour relationship: an introduction
  6. Movement and coordination
  7. Perceptuo-motor control
  8. Perceptuo-motor learning
  9. Disorders of attention and memory
  10. Disorders of sensation and perception
  11. Communication disorders
  12. Executive dysfunction
  13. Problems of emotion and motivation
  14. Other disorders associated with neurological conditions: fatigue, sleep disorders, incontinence and sexual dysfunction
  15. Synopsis and implications of neuroscience for neurological rehabilitation