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A Compendium Of Neuropsychological Tests: Administration, Norms, And Commentary

Otfried Spreen, Esther Strauss
Published 1991 · Psychology
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1. Psychometrics in Neuropsychological Assessment 2. Norms Selection in Neuropsychological Assessment 3. History Taking 4. Test Selection, Test Administration, and Preparation of the Patient 5. Report Writing and Feedback Sessions 6. General Cognitive Functioning, Neuropsychological Batteries, and Assessment of Premorbid Intelligence 7. Achievement Tests 8. Executive Functions 9. Attention 10. Memory 11. Language Tests 12. Tests of Visual Perception 13. Tests of Somatosensory Function, Olfactory Funcation, and Body Orientation 14. Tests of Motor Function 15. Assessment of Mood, Personality and Adaptive Functions 16. Assessment of Response Bias and Suboptimal Performance



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