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DANIEL C. MILLER, PhD, is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology and Philosophy at Texas Women’s University. He has over 30 years of experience as a school psychologist practitioner and trainer and over 25 years of experience as a school neuropsychologist.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 THE EMERGING SPECIALIZATION OF SCHOOL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
Chapter 2 HISTORICAL INFLUENCES OF CLINICAL neuropsychology AND SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY
Chapter 3 Training And Credentialing in School Neuropsychology
Chapter 4 A WHEN TO REFER FOR A SCHOOL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
Chapter 5 An Integrated Model For School Neuropsychology Assessment
Chapter 6 SCHOOL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY REPORT WRITING
Chapter 7 MAJOR SCHOOL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TEST BATTERIES FOR CHILDREN
Chapter 8 CLINICAL INTERPRETATION GUIDELINES
Chapter 9 CASE STUDY ILLUSTRATION
Chapter 10 SENSORIMOTOR FUNCTIONS
Chapter 11 VISUOSPATIAL AND AUDITORY COGNITIVE PROCESSES
Chapter 12 LEARNING AND MEMORY COGNITIVE PROCESSES
Chapter 13 EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS
Chapter 14 ATTENTION AND WORKING MEMORY FACILITATORS/INHIBITORS
Chapter 15 SPEED, FLUENCY, AND EFFICIENCY OF PROCESSING FACILITATORS/ INHIBITORS
Chapter 16 ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: ACCULTURATION KNOWLEDGE AND LANGUAGE ABILITIES
Chapter 17 ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Chapter 18 FUTURE DIRECTIONS OF SCHOOL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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