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A neuropsychological assessment looks at the functioning of the brain and is conducted by a clinical psychologist. It is not a medical procedure and does not. Neuropsychological assessment. Lisa Cipolotti, Elizabeth K Warrington. Patients with brain damage may present with impairments of memory, language, percep. NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL. ASSESSMENT. Interview date: / /. DD. MM YYYY. @ Time started.: (24 Hour clock). Page 2 completed by coordinator. Pages 3 to
The assessment allows the psychologist and patient to understand the severity of the deficit and to allow better decision-making by both parties. A neuropsychological assessment may show brain damage when neuroimaging has failed.
It can also determine whether the individual is faking a disorder malingering in order to attain a lesser sentence. Most neuropsychological testing can be completed in 6 to 12 hours or less. This time, however, does not include the role of the psychologist interpreting the data, scoring the test, making formulations, and writing a formal report.
Neuropsychological assessments are usually conducted by doctoral-level Ph. The definition and scope of a clinical neuropsychologist is outlined in the widely accepted Houston Conference Guidelines.
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