Is there something special about the self ? A neuropsychological case study

@inproceedings{Klein2002IsTS,
  title={Is there something special about the self ? A neuropsychological case study},
  author={Stanley B. Klein and Leda Cosmides and Kristi A. Costabile and Lisa Mei},
  year={2002}
}
One of the most exciting trends in psychology has been the increasing use of data and conceptual tools derived from the study of patients with neuropsychological syndromes to address questions about normal mental function. To date, however, personality theorists seldom have considered neuropsychological case material (Klein & Kihlstrom, 1998). In this paper we show how neuropsychological evidence can afford new insights for personality theorists. In particular, we show how examination of… CONTINUE READING