Christine Temple was a respected neuroscientist, who had worked at Oxford, London and was the Founding Professor and first Head of the Department of Psychology at Essex University. At 33, she was the youngest-ever holder of a UK Chair in Psychology. She was instrumental in the emergence of the field of developmental cognitive neuropsychology, and had published widely. More recently, she has been pro-vice chancellor at Essex University. This book grew from both her psychological research interests and her passion for art - she was a collector of Picasso prints. Christine died in October 2014, aged 56.