Books

Please note that these materials are intended for individual scholarly use and all materials are under copyright to book in which it was published.

Puente, A. E., & Cunningham, J. (1978). A visual study guide of the nervous system. North Coast. 

Golden, C., Hammeke, T., Purisch, A., Berg, R., Moses, J., Newling, D., Wilkening, G., & Puente, A.  E. (1982). Item interpretation of the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery. University of  Nebraska Press. 

Puente, A. E., & McCaffrey, R. (Eds.). (1992). Handbook of neuropsychological assessment: A  biopsychosocial perspective. Plenum Press. 

Puente, A. E., Matthews, J., & Brewer, C. (Eds.). (1992). Teaching psychology in America: A 

history. American Psychological Association. 

Ardila, A., Rosselli, M., & Puente, A. E. (1994). Neuropsychological evaluation of the Spanish  speaker. Plenum Press. 

Tonkonogy, J., & Puente, A. E. (2008). Localization of clinical syndromes in neuropsychology and  neuroscience. Petri Publishers (Russian). 

Tonkonogy, J., & Puente, A. E. (2009). Localization of clinical syndromes in neuropsychology and neuroscience. Springer. (English Translation: Unabridged reprinted from 2008). 

Goldstein, G., Incagnoli, T. M., & Puente, A. E. (2011). Contemporary neurobehavioral  syndromes. Psychology Press. 

Wertheimer, M., & Puente A. E. (2020). A brief history of psychology. Psychology Press. Forewords and Prefaces  

Puente, A. E. (Press). Foreword. In C.G. O’Boyle (Ed.), History of Psychology: A Cultural Perspective.  Psychology Press.  

Puente, A. E. (2019). Epilogue. In C. Block (Ed.), From Becoming a Clinical Neuropsychologist to What a  Clinical Neuropsychologist Will Be. American Psychological Association.  

Puente, A. E. (2020). Foreword. In D.G. Nemeth & J. Glozman (Eds.), Evaluation and treatment of  neuropsychologically compromised children (pp. xxvii–xxviii). Academic Press.  

Puente, A. E. (in press). Foreword: What it Means to be a Neuropsychologist in an Evolving Field. In C.  Block (Ed.), The Neuropsychologist’s Roadmap: A Training and Career Guide. American  Psychological Association.