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Short forms of the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) have been developed and studied in adult populations, however studies addressing their use in children are lacking. This study compared the full WCST to two short forms in a sample of 174 school-age children who were referred for...
This article evaluates the case of an 11-year-old male with congenital agenesis of the corpus callosum, against Rourke's NLD models. A comprehensive neuropsychological assessment was completed, and impairments with attention, movement, fine motor and sensory perception, visuo-spatial...
Repeated neuropsychological assessments have been recently employed to investigate the natural course and effects of interventions in individuals with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. Important considerations when interpreting serial assessments are the roles of practice effects and...
This study sought to verify two earlier reports that up to 93% of patients with closed head injury (CHI) and anosmia are vocationally dysfunctional due to executive impairments associated with orbitofrontal damage. Participants were 11 men and 4 women identified from a pool of 60 potential...
This study investigated the relationship between self-reports of postconcussional symptoms, depression, and anxiety in neurologically normal young adults and recovered victims of mild head injuries (MHI). The participants were 496 young adults with no history of MHI or depression, 56...
Research on the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) (Tombaugh, T. N., 1996. The Test of Memory Malingering . Toronto, Canada: Multi-Health Systems), has consistently shown that it is sensitive to exaggerated or deliberate faking of memory impairment, but it is relatively unaffected by a wide...
The purpose of this paper was to present population-based data showing the effects of age on cognitive test performance in a sample of older Japanese American adults. In addition, the relative effects of education, gender, and primary spoken language were compared to effects that have been...
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