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Thirty-three brain tumor patients were investigated with quantitative and qualitative neuropsychological assessments, systematic behavioral observations, and recordings of regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF). Patients with supratentorial highly malignant gliomas showed severe disturbances of...
Forty-five persons referred for neuropsychological evaluation were administered both the Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT) and the Digit Symbol subtest (DS) of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS). SDMT and DS scores correlated very highly (r = .91). Relative to the tests’ normative...
Constructional tasks are generally considered to be sensitive behavioral indicators of brain dysfunction, in part because of their multifactorial nature. In evaluating patients with certain types of upper extremity motor impairment, clinicians often eliminate such measures because these patients...
This study examined whether individuals with asymptomatic human immunodeficiency virus 1 (HIV–1) infection exhibit subtle cognitive deficits relative to healthy seronegative control subjects. Asymptomatic seropositive homosexual and bisexual men were compared with 59 seronegative homosexual men...
Within a clinical demonstration program, three groups of traumatically brain injured patients were treated with three different mixes of treatment. Mix 1 included cognitive remediation, small-group interpersonal communication training, therapeutic community activities, and personal counseling....
Memory for visuospatial arrays was studied in 62 healthy dextral adults whose age ranged from 20 to 90 years old. Ten abstract figures were presented in each hemispace over a series of learning trials, and then delayed free recall of figure placement was obtained. Directional and absolute errors...
This article presents the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine (RIRM) Adult Outpatient Neuropsychology Section’s approach to providing multifaceted neuropsychological treatment to large numbers of patients within a major, urban, general rehabilitation facility. Discussed are techniques for...
Over the past 10 years, the Research and Training Center on Head Trauma and Stroke at New York University Medical Center has been investigating the nature, causes, predictors, and treatment of functional disability after minor traumatic brain injury (TBI). This article clarifies distinctions...
On the basis of both theory—that at least part of the genesis of left-handedness can be ascribed to over exposure to testoster one during fetal development—and ; ) theory—that transsexuality emerges from prenatal over- or underexposure to androgens in female-to-male (FTM) and male-to-female...
Thirty years ago, a number of psychologists at the New York University Medical Center addressed issues at the interface of clinical neuropsychology and rehabilitation. The work gave rise to programs for interventions with people with cognitive deficits after brain damage, stroke, and traumatic...
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