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Relevance of single case studies
Professor Sergio Della Salla, of the University of Edinburgh, is currently working with Taylor & Francis publishers on an edited book that aims to return to some of the most relevant single cases in the memory literature and review their contribution in the light of current memory models. The overall aim is to provide a discussion forum on whether or not we should continue to care about these neuropsychological data in developing cognitive models of memory. Sergio’s team would like to determine whether colleagues working in Psychology and related disciplines believe that single cases and neuropsychology in general are relevant when thinking about models of normal mind functioning. Therefore, you are invited to fill in a brief, anonymous questionnaire here.