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Clinical and neuropsychological aspects of closed head injury

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Published by Psychology Press in East Sussex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brain damage.,
  • Clinical neuropsychology.,
  • Head Injuries -- psychology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-331) and indexes.

    StatementJohn T.E. Richardson.
    SeriesBrain damage, behaviour, and cognition series,, Brain damage, behaviour, and cognition.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC387.5 .R53 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 294 p. :
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6898313M
    ISBN 100863777511
    LC Control Number00702604

    Conducted psychodiagnostic and psychotherapeutic evaluations for the California Youth Authority Board. Conducted EC evaluations for Family Court. But there are two important questions to ask when a computerized battery has generated data: What database of norms underlies the software? Visited patients home when emergencies arose. Brick my own A workmanlike text. Brain injured children: CBCL compared to caretaker interview.

    A significant attentional problem can affect any cognitive domain and can give the impression of more diffuse, impaired functioning. Louis, MO. Often patients will reveal information to the neuropsychologist that they have not shared with other health care providers. Performed crisis intervention. Traumatic brain injury TBI can result in a number of neu- ropsychiatric sequelae; including major depression, anxiety, psychosis, and aggression Koponen et a. Traumatic brain injury, cognitive and emotional dysfunction.

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Implications for Psychological Intervention, Chris R. NAN Bulletin, 27, 2, The type of rehabilitation used is tailored to the patient's clinical needs depending on the severity and type of injury sustained.

After a brief review of the current status of problems facing the brain injured patients, this paper discusses the neuropsychological aspects of 3 long term brain injured patients. Performed psychological evaluations of considerable difficulty. Reported test results and made recommendations regarding disposition of case at weekly multi-disciplinary team conference.

Competing interests Table. Evaluated geriatric clients in court proceedings to evaluate competency as a witness. Strategies for non-neuropsychology clinicians to detect noncredible presentations after mild traumatic brain injury. Specific areas covered include the foundations of forensic neuropsychology, the reliability of test data as well as norms, decision-making, and malingering.

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Raymond S. A comprehensive assessment 4 to 5 hours of testing is more appropriate Clinical and neuropsychological aspects of closed head injury book there are multiple complaints across different cognitive domains or if the clinical presentation does not fit the nature of the injury.

Encyclopedia of Clinical Neuropsychology 2nd ed. Clinical Neuropsychological Evaluation, Jennifer J. Again, motor and sensory problems are not expected unless musculoskeletal Clinical and neuropsychological aspects of closed head injury book peripheral injuries were sustained.

Shin, Scott L. Patient 2, the elderly woman referred with a possible mild traumatic brain injury, may have more severe compromised functioning because of dementia already in progress.

Supervised psychological and psychiatric staff. Private Practice- present. Word Memory Test profiles in two cases with surgical removal of the left anterior hippocampus and parahippocampal gyrus.

For example, depending on the task used, ESL issues can influence performance. Tjoa, C. Psychological testing to assist in identifying psycho-educational, psychological, and neuro-psychological problems. Pitman 4. Assessing mild traumatic brain injury is the second most frequent diagnostic activity in clinical neuropsychology.

Testified for the prosecution and defense in matters of competency to stand trail as well as extension of commitment as concerns the issue of dangerousness Conducted psychological assessments and testified as an expert in the area of bonding studies and potential for reunification in dependency court proceedings.

Court appointed expert in custody and visitation matters. This approach is reflected not only in the selection of chapter topics, but. A neuropsychological assessment can be extremely helpful in identifying and quantifying the deficits that may be present as well as identifying and defining the many other factors contributing to the clinical presentation of mild traumatic brain injury.

The analysis of the data involves not only quantitative analyses e.Head injury can be defined as any alteration in mental or physical functioning related to a blow to the head (see the image below). According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 50, individuals die from traumatic brain injuries each year in the United States.

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