Chapter 1, primarily an introduction to the rest of the book, provides information about nomenclature and examples of clinical and research uses of the text. Chapters 2 through 19 provide descriptive classifications of major adult neuropsychological disorders. Read straight through, the book is a bit dry, but it proves itself invaluable as a reference tool. There are four separate indexes: anatomical, etiological, test, and behavioral. Through the use of the appropriate index, one can quickly find disorders that may result from damage to particular brain structures (the anatomical index), disorders that are associated with a particular disease or cause (etiological index), and disorders in which behavioral abnormalities may occur (behavioral index). Neuropsychological tests and assessment procedures can be located in the test index.