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Neuropsychological Evaluation

Neuropsychological evaluation includes interviews, questionnaires, intellectual, memory, neuropsychological skills, and personality testing. Neuropsychological skills are the building blocks for functioning in school and in life.

  • When to use neuropsychological evaluation:
  • To diagnose and determine the extent of neuropsychological impairments
  • To diagnose Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • To determine the nature of memory impairments
  • To clarify learning styles and impairments
  • To diagnose learning disabilities
  • To identify neuropsychological strengths
  • For educational and career planning
  • For treatment planning and referral
Neuropsychological Skills Measured:
  • Visual Processing
  • Auditory Processing
  • Cognitive Flexibility
  • Attention/Concentration
  • Spacial Constructive
  • Working Memory
  • Memory
  • Executive Functions
  • Problem Solving
  • Sensorimotor
  • Cognitive Fluency
  • Verbal Processing
  • Tests given:
  • Luria Nebraska Neuropsycholgical Battery
  • Weschler Adult Intelligence Scale IV (WAIS-IV)
  • Delis Kaplan Executive Function System (D-KEFS)
  • Bender Gestalt Test of Visual Motor Integration
  • Wide Range Assessment of Memory & Learning II (WRAML II)
  • Woodcock Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities III (WJ III Cognitive Abilities)
  • Woodcock Johnson Tests of Achievement III (WJ III Achievement)
  • Weschler Individual Achievement Inventory - II (WIAT-II)
  • Adult Neuropsychological Questionnaire
  • Amen's Brain System and ADD Checklists
  • Barkley's ADHD Questionnaires and Structured Interview
  • House Tree Person (HTP)
  • Kinetic Family Drawing (KFD)
  • Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)
  • Rorschach
  • Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory II (MMPI-II)
  • Validity Indicator Profile (VIP)