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9780471193258

Neuropsychological Assessment in Clinical Practice : A Guide to Test Interpretation and Integration

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    9780471193258

  • ISBN10:

    0471193259

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-02-07
  • Publisher: Wiley

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Neuropsychological Assessment in Clinical Practice A Guide to Test Interpretation and Integration Written with the graduate student and practicing clinician in mind, this book covers today's most important issues in neuropsychological assessment, including: * Strategies for interviewing and interpretive guidelines to the most frequently used assessment instruments * Instructions for using test results to develop treatment and case plans * WISC-III, WAIS-III, WMS III, Halstead-Reitan, Luria Nebraska, and additional tests organized according to various functional domains * Principles, guidelines, and examples of how to write problem-oriented, effective neuropsychological reports Praise for Gary Groth-Marnat's Handbook of Psychological Assessment, Third Edition "A commendable volume in which the author condenses information, normally in several locations, into one reading." -Contemporary Psychology "The general purpose of this handbook is to provide a reference and instructional guide for professionals and students who are conducting psychological assessments. This purpose has been splendidly realized by Groth-Marnat, who has combined current scientific and clinical understanding and clear writing with an excellent sense of organization." -Psychology

Author Biography

GARY GROTH-MARNAT, PhD. is a clinical psychologist, an internationally recognized expert on psychological assessment, and author of the bestselling Wiley text Handbook of Psychological Assessment, Third Edition.

Table of Contents

Part One Overview and Introduction to Neuropsychological Assessment
Introduction to Neuropsychological Assessment
3(23)
Gary Groth-Marnat
Overview of Neuropsychological Assessment
3(3)
Organization of the Book
6(1)
Patterns of Test Use in Neuropsychology
7(1)
History and Development of Clinical Neuropsychology
8(3)
Current Trends and Patterns
11(4)
The Status of Clinical Neuropsychology
15(4)
Summary
19(1)
Recommended Reading
20(1)
References
20(6)
Neuropsychological Assessment: Contexts for Contemporary Clinical Practice
26(22)
Anthony Y. Stringer
Marnie J. Nadolne
Neuropsychological Assessment in the Neurology Clinic
30(2)
Neuropsychological Assessment in the Rehabilitation Context
32(2)
Neuropsychological Assessment in Psychiatric-Psychological Practice
34(2)
Neuropsychological Assessment in the Surgery Suite
36(3)
Neuropsychological Assessment in Vocational and Educational Contexts
39(2)
Neuropsychological Assessment in the Judicial System
41(2)
Conclusion
43(1)
Recommended Reading
43(1)
References
43(5)
Overview of Neurology
48(46)
Michael J. Selby
The Relationship Between Neurology and Neuropsychology
48(1)
Neuropsychological Impairment: Overview
49(5)
Head Trauma
54(3)
Neurological Diseases
57(16)
Alcohol/Substance Abuse and Exposure to Toxic Chemicals
73(3)
The Neurological Examination
76(8)
Neuroimaging Techniques
84(3)
Recommended Reading
87(1)
References
87(7)
The Assessment Interview in Clinical Neuropsychology
94(35)
Robert J. Sbordone
Confounding Factors
96(3)
The Clinical Interview
99(3)
Background Information
102(1)
Patient's Complaints and Symptoms
103(2)
Background Factors
105(4)
The Mental Status Examination
109(5)
Mental Status Questionnaires
114(2)
Cognitive Mental Status Examinations
116(3)
Neuropsychological Status Questionnaires
119(2)
Recommended Reading
121(1)
References
122(7)
Part Two Test Batteries in Neuropsychological Assessment
The Wechsler Intelligence Scales
129(66)
Gary Groth-Marnat
Roberta E. Gallagher
James B. Hale
Edith Kaplan
History and Development
129(4)
Psychometric Properties
133(8)
Assets and Limitations
141(2)
Administration
143(1)
Interpretation
144(9)
The Wechsler Subtests
153(28)
Recommended Reading
181(1)
Appendix A
181(2)
Appendix B
183(5)
References
188(7)
The Wechsler Memory Scales
195(28)
Michael D. Franzen
Grant L. Iverson
Wechsler Memory Scale
195(1)
Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised
196(13)
Case Example---WMS-R
209(1)
Wechsler Memory Scale-Third Edition
210(5)
Case Examples---WMS-III
215(3)
References
218(5)
The Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Test Battery
223(40)
Donna K. Broshek
Jeffrey T. Barth
History and Development
224(2)
Psychometric Properties
226(1)
Assets and Limitations
227(2)
Administration
229(1)
Interpretation of Individual Tests
230(17)
Sequential Steps to Interpretation
247(6)
Hypotheses Based on Neuropathological Condition
253(3)
Treatment Planning
256(1)
Caveats
257(1)
Recommended Reading
257(1)
References
257(6)
The Luria Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery
263(30)
Charles J. Golden
Shawna M. Freshwater
Jyothi Vayalakkara
History and Development
264(5)
Psychometric Properties
269(2)
Assets and Limitations
271(1)
Administration
272(2)
Interpretation
274(13)
Recommended Reading
287(1)
References
288(5)
Part Three Frequently Used Tests According to Functional Domains
Learning and Memory
293(42)
Edward Helmes
General Issues
294(4)
Complex Figure Test
298(17)
Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test
315(12)
Recommended Reading
327(1)
References
327(8)
Language and Academic Abilities
335(20)
Brick Johnstone
Daniel Holland
Carmen Larimore
Language Disorders
336(1)
Boston Naming Test
337(3)
Controlled Oral Word Association Test
340(3)
Academic Disorders
343(2)
Woodcock-Johnson Psycho-Educational Battery-Revised: Tests of Academic Achievement
345(4)
Wide Range Achievement Test-3
349(2)
Recommended Reading
351(1)
References
352(3)
Attention
355(46)
Jennie L. Ponsford
Important Issues in Assessing Attention
355(4)
Aspects of Attention
359(2)
Tests of Aspects of Attention
361(3)
Paced Auditory Serial Addition Task
364(9)
The Stroop Color-Word Test
373(17)
Assessing Attention in Real World Contexts
390(2)
Recommended Reading
392(1)
References
392(9)
Visuoconstructive Abilities
401(36)
Patricia Lacks
Drawing Tests
402(4)
Assembly Tests
406(1)
Bender Gestalt Test
407(25)
Recommended Reading
432(1)
References
433(4)
The Executive Functions of the Brain
437(20)
Robert J. Sbordone
Neuropsychological Assessment
439(2)
Components of the Executive Functions
441(8)
The Ecological Validity of Neuropsychological Testing for Executive Functions
449(3)
Summary
452(1)
Recommended Reading
453(1)
References
453(4)
Assessment of Emotional Functioning with the MMPI-2
457(78)
Carlton S. Gass
Commonly Used Assessment Instruments
459(1)
The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2
460(64)
Recommended Reading
524(1)
References
525(10)
Part Four Integration of Test Results
Neuropsychological Assessment and Treatment Planning
535(40)
Carolyn M. Lemsky
Models of Cognitive Rehabilitation
539(1)
Treatment Outcomes in Cognitive Rehabilitation
540(12)
Comprehensive Outpatient Programs/Milieu Therapy
552(1)
Behavior Modification
553(3)
Vocational Re-Entry
556(3)
Driving
559(2)
Facilitating Adjustment: Individual and Family Psychotherapy
561(5)
Conclusion
566(1)
Recommended Reading
567(1)
References
567(8)
Report Writing in Clinical Neuropsychology
575(28)
Mark A. Williams
Thomas J. Boll
Cognitive and Behavioral Functioning
575(1)
Treatment Planning
576(1)
Framework for the Neuropsychological Evaluation
577(2)
Format of the Neuropsychological Report
579(7)
Patient Feedback
586(1)
Sample Reports
587(15)
References
602(1)
Appendix A: Test Publishers 603(3)
Glossary 606(5)
Author Index 611(24)
Subject Index 635

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