~ (2001) is an edited volume which deals with different aspects of appropriately summarizing neuropsychological information and reporting, by experts in various practical areas of neuropsychological assessment. LEVEL: A
~ measures vigilance during rapid visual tracking and accurate selection of target stimuli. The DVT isolates alertness and vigilance while placing minimal demands on selectivity and capacity. Respondents must cross out either 6s or 9s, which appear randomly within 59 rows of single digits. Normative data is provided in the Halstead-Reitan Comprehensive Norms (listed separately in this catalogue).
Kit includes: user's guide, 50 booklets, & 4 scoring keys
RANGE: 20-80 years
TIME: 10 minutes LEVEL: C
~ *OUT OF PRINT*
addresses attention, memory, reasoning, and language skills in group settings. Activities include: cognitive trivia, around the world, name that food, attribute tournament, survivors of the human race, cartoon commentary, what's my name, money challenge, and category bingo.
~ (2004) provides information on administration, scoring, and interpretation complex figure tests. This text contains 217 tables, 180 black-and-white figures, 48 full-color plates that illustrate relevant case studies. LEVEL: A
~ (2004) discusses the psychological, neurological, and statistical bases of neuropsychology and relates them to test interpretation.
~ (2003) provides a systematic approach to cognitive rehabilitation by focusing on therapy activities. Reproducable forms are included. New to this edition are: the differences between acquired and traumatic brain injury, mild brain injury, and the midbrain structures.
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