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Lifespan, Developmental Neuropsychological Approah to Writing Assessment and Treatment (Special Issue of Developmental Neuropsychology)

BERNINGER/HOOPE

Lifespan, Developmental Neuropsychological Approah to Writing Assessment and Treatment (Special Issue of Developmental Neuropsychology)

by BERNINGER/HOOPE

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neurology & clinical neurophysiology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11281566M
    ISBN 100805894012
    ISBN 109780805894011
    OCLC/WorldCa70714371

      Robert L. Kane, Thomas D. Parsons, in Handbook of Psychological Assessment (Fourth Edition), Access to care and telehealth. Three key barriers to receiving psychological assessment are geographic distance from a qualified provider, the cost of assessment, and wait times between requesting an appointment and actually being seen. The growth of telehealth in medicine has far . Neuropsychological assessment since Alexander R. Luria's death in has demonstrated increased sophistication and advancement, and a number of models or approaches to neuropsychological.

    The alcoholism that develops in adulthood is analyzed through the experimental study of relapse from alcohol deprivation and assessment of neuropsychological impairments and treatment for alcoholics. Drawing on extensive research that has applied techniques from molecular neurobiology and tests of learning and memory to the clinical assessment. Approaches such as the cognitive neuropsychological approach to treatment of aphasia caution against combining group data in outcomes research as it is likely to provide misleading results and.

    A compelling and compassionate case study approach to a broad range of neuropsychological disorders. Neuropsychological Assessment and Intervention for Childhood and Adolescent Disorders focuses on the neuropsychological assessment and evidence-based practices available for assessing and treating children living with the etiological and neurological components of various disorders. Although a lack of standardization has limited the use of Luria's test procedures in the United States, Edith Kaplan, a pioneer neuropsychologist, was a promoter of the process approach to developmental neuropsychological assessment, with such phrases as testing-the-limits taking on an esoteric meaning unique to neuropsychologists (Bernstein.


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Lifespan Neuropsychology provides diagnostic evaluations of neuro-cognitive and psychological functioning in persons with developmental or acquired neurological and neuropsychiatric conditions. See full list of services below. Assessment can be on site or at our clinic in Edison, New Jersey.

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[Holly Tuokko; Colette M Smart] -- "Description: Presenting best practices for assessment and intervention with older adults experiencing cognitive decline, this book draws on cutting-edge research and extensive clinical experience. Halstead-Reitan-Indiana Assessment Procedures.

The Halstead-Reitan neuropsychological procedures are the most commonly used batteries available in this country (Nussbaum & Bigler, ), and the most well researched neuropsychological battery ad originally developed a series of tests to measure frontal lobe dysfunction in adults, and Reitan later added new tests and Author: Developmental Neuropsychological Approah to Writing Assessment and Treatment book Semrud-Clikeman, Phyllis Anne Teeter Ellison.

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Developmental Motor Disorders: A Neuropsychological Perspective (The Science and Practice of Neuropsychology) Deborah Dewey Phd, David E.

Tupper Phd Bringing together leading experts--and providing vital insights to guide clinical practice--this is the first volume to comprehensively address childhood motor disorders from a neuropsychological. Chapter Neuropsychological Assessment of Developmental and Learning Disorders motor, as well as affective and personality functioning—on a theory and model of the developing brain and on an understanding of brain-behavior relationships.

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Lifespan development is a modifiable process that is amenable to intervention. Biological and environmental influences are embedded in age-graded, history-graded and non-normative contexts.

Interestingly, however, the Lifespan Developmental Approach has not been widely disseminated or implemented across the other subspecialties within psychology. Luria's approach to neuropsychological assessment was examined. Three basic points of departure from Luria are presented: his interpretation of cognitive activity as functional systems, his.

This chapter begins with a discussion of the objectives of neuropsychological assessment. It then discusses the behavioural neurology and neuropsychology approaches to assessment, assessment prerequisites, contra-indicators to assessment validity, the assessment process, cerebral organization and laterality, and specific cognitive skills examined during neuropsychological assessment.

While “treatment” within the framework of education is generally considered to consist of eligibility, placement decisions, and the development of an educational plan, “treatment” resulting from a neuropsychological assessment frequently includes assistance with specific medical management, vocationally related goals, speech/language.

The present edition of this book is a revision and expansion of the first two editions which appeared in andand in German translation in More than half of the present volume includes new material, and what has been retained from the former editions has been largely rewritten and updated with new research findings.

A completely new chapter has been added on "Attention Deficit 5/5(1). The profile in approaches to stroke and dementia assessment and rehabilitation reveal a new benchmark for future studies and for the development of policies for neuropsychological assessment.

Across these three domains—physical, cognitive, and psychosocial—the normative approach to development is also discussed. This approach asks, “What is normal development?” In the early decades of the 20th century, normative psychologists studied large numbers of children at various ages to determine norms (i.e., average ages) of when most children reach specific developmental.

Download book PDF. Download book EPUB. Chapters Table of contents (18 chapters) Development in the CNS. Margaret Semrud-Clikeman, Phyllis Anne Teeter Ellison.

Integrating Neurological, Neuroradiological, and Psychological Examinations in Neuropsychological Assessment. The purpose of this book is to provide the reader with a perspective on apraxia that considers a link between the pathology of apraxia and normal motor skill.

In addition, it is the intention of the authors to provide information that is theoretically interesting as well as clinically applicable. The book is a collection of papers by various authors working in the area of apraxia, almost 5/5(1).

The book provides practitioners with an evidence-based assessment battery, which includes tests of cognitive, academic, neuropsychological, and adaptive functioning. The pragmatic, social-communicative functions of language are considered together with assessments to identify language s: 5.This book takes a look at neuropsychological conditions that span a lifetime and follows them through their developmental phases.

Purpose: The aim is to integrate the state of the science about known disorders and diseases in neuropsychology into a developmental story progressing through the lifespan Price: $Neuropsychology for Clinical Practice was originally intended as a response to mental health practitioners' need for a practical, hands-on resource that described the etiology, assessment, and treatment of common neurological disorders.

As experts in the field recognized early in the book's development, however, it actually informs an expanded audience: practicing clinical .