Neuropsychology: child and adult

Tests in neuropsychology are specifically designed tasks used to measure a psychological function linked to a specific brain structure or pathway. These tests can be used to assess impairment after injury or illness known to affect neurocognitive functioning, or for use in research to contrast neuropsychological abilities across experimental groups.

Of particular interest is the Short Parallel Assessments of Neuropsychological Status (or 'SPANS') is a short battery of cognitive tasks for the assessment of acquired brain injury and other neurological disorders.

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