Clinical neuropsychology is a sub-specialty of clinical psychology that specialises in the diagnostic assessment and treatment of patients with brain injury or neurocognitive deficits. This book comprises contributions from different clinical domains, in particular neurology, psychology and psychiatry and summarises significant theoretical and above all, practically usable information regarding a variety of disorders that a clinical neuropsychologist comes across in practice. This book explores aetiology of cognitive deficit, history of its examination, variables that are concerned with cognitive functions and rehabilitation possibilities. All chapters were written by experienced clinicians who are used to prevailing, typical problems of their patients that overlap cognitive functions to domains such as emotions and everyday difficulties of problem solving. This book is useful for individuals interested in neuropsychological diagnostics and rehabilitation, students of psychology and alike-oriented professions.