Published August 1981
by Allyn & Bacon .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||873|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Neuropsychological assessment and the school-age child. New York: Grune & Stratton, © (OCoLC) Neuropsychological Assessment of Children sessment is based on a broad conceptual foundation and knowledge base regarding brain-behavior relationships that can be applied to enhance chil- dren's adaptation. Recent models of child neuropsychological assessmentFile Size: 2MB. The NEPSY ® Second Edition is the only single measure that allows clinicians to create tailored assessments across six domains, specific to a child's situation. NEPSY ®-II results provide information relating to typical childhood disorders, enabling accurate diagnosis and intervention planning for success in school and at home.. Age range: 3 through 16 years. xvi, p. ; 23 cmPages:
Aaron, P. G. (). Diagnosis and remediation of learning disabilities in children—A neuropsychological key approach. In G. W. Hynd and J. E. Obrzut (Eds.), Neuropsychological assessment and the school-age child: Issues and York: Crune and by: 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: A school-age child who is experiencing learning difficulties would require Price: $ A neuropsychological assessment done for a school-age child will assess such areas Although both types of assessments may use similar tests and procedures, the€ Child Neuropsychology: Clinical Practice - Google Books Result Neuropsychological Assessment and the School-Age Child: Issues and. Child neuropsychologists provide comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations for preschool age children, school-age children, adolescents, and young adults, to help identify underlying neurocognitive factors that contribute to the strengths and weaknesses of their functioning across settings, usually home and school.
In G. W. Hynd & J. E. Obrzut (Eds.), Neuropsychological assessment and the school-age child: Issues and perspectives (pp. –). New York: Grune and Stratton. New York: Grune and Stratton. Google ScholarCited by: 1. General Principles of Neuropsychological Report Preparation, Jacobus Donders & Carrie-Ann H. Strong 2. Neuropsychological Reports for School-Age Children, Kira Armstrong & Shannon M. Lundy 3. Neuropsychological Evaluation of the Medically Complex Child, Marsha Vasserman & Ida Sue Baron : Guilford Publications, Inc. The fourth edition of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics—the pioneering, original text— emphasizes children’s assets and liabilities, not just categorical labels. It includes fresh perspectives from new editors—Drs. William Coleman, Ellen Elias, and Heidi Feldman, as well as further contributions from two of the original editors. CE Credit Presented by: Antonio E. Puente, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology University of North Carolina Wilmington. Despite a languishing congressional legislative climate, numerous legal and regulatory changes have occurred in resulting in considerable paradigm shifts in the conceptualization and delivery of neuropsychological services.