Ambiguity in Neuropsychology: A Response to Wong

Volume
Volume 12
Issue
Winter 1984
Title
Ambiguity in Neuropsychology: A Response to Wong
Abstract

The author responds to Wong'€™s (1984) critique and caution about what is "€œknown"€ in neuropsychology as the basis for correlating empirical and theological understandings. The issue of insufficient caution, the nature of the evidence, definitions and supporting data, and the recommendation to ignore lateral differences are examined in light of what is known and how it is interpreted. Wong'€™s critique permits the author to qualify the interpretation more carefully and to indicate his own convictions about faith.

Author
Dr. J.B. Ashbrook
Pages
314 - 319
Price
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