Neuropsychological Evaluation of the Child / Edition 1

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Overview

This essential desk reference will meet the demand for a broad and convenient collection of normative data in child neuropsychology. In a clearly written, well-organized manner, it compiles published and previously unpublished normative data for the neuropsychological tests that are most commonly used with children. Far from being a raw collection, however, it integrates concepts and models central to the neuropsychological assessment of children into the discussions of data. All these discussions have a practical, clinical focus. As background, the author considers the current status of child neuropsychology practice, test models, behavioral assessment techniques, observational data, procedures to optimize child evaluation, communication of results through the interpretive session and report writing, and preliminary assessment methods. Then she reviews the tests and data under the broad domains of intelligence, executive function, attention, language, motor and sensory-perceptual function, visuoperceptual, visuospatial and visuoconstructional function, and learning and memory. Written by a seasoned practitioner, this book will be an extraordinary resource for child and developmental neuropsychologists, clinical psychologists, child neurologists, and their students and trainees.

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Editorial Reviews

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"With the publication of [this book] the discipline of pediatric neuropsychology is forever changed. Setting a new benchmark of scholarship in neuropsychology generally, and in child neuropsychology in particular, Dr. Baron's new book clearly is required reading for every member of the profession—from researcher to clinician—from beginning graduate student to senior mentor—child or adult oriented.
. . a major resource for all neuropsychologists. Its contribution to the profession in terms of both its scholarship and practical utility is priceless; its publication pushes the "bar" several notches higher." —Joel E. Morgan in Child Neuropsychology

" . . . well-organized and filled with practical information . . . The potential impact of this book on the field of child neuropsychology should not be underestimated. It provides the most comprehensive summary of child tests and normative data available to date and, as a bonus, describes best practices for child assessment in detail . . . The entire book is likely to become required reading for training in child neuropsychology." —PsycCRITIQUES

"This compendium provides an up-to-date summary of available norms for virtually every neuropsychological test we use, a Herculean effort. To have these data available in one source as opposed to hundreds of articles and bad photocopies is truly satisfying! Neuropsychological Evaluation of the Child will be a classic on the desks (not just in the bookshelves) of all neuropsychologists working with children as well as in our training programs." -Lynn J. Speedie, Ph.D., Annals of Neurology

". . . an excellently written book that is comprehensive, detailed, current, thoughtful, and an invaluable reference . . . a labor of love for Dr. Baron . . . sets the gold standard for clinically relevant manuals . . . should be on every clinical neuropsychologist's shelf . . . If you specialize in child/pediatric neuropsychology, purchase this text immediately . . ." —R.W. Butler in Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society

"It is comprehensive and practical and contains the information needed to make important decisions of what tests to give and to whom. It is a crucial book for the practicing neuropsychologist."—Doody's

"My impression is that all pediatric neuropsychologists will want to have this valuable resource on their shelves and that it is a must-have text for graduate students in clinical pediatric neuropsychology."—European Journal of Pediatric Neurology

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Gary B Kaniuk, Psy.D.(Cermak Health Services)
Description: This book is a compilation of normative data in child neuropsychology. The tests included span many different cognitive domains.
Purpose: According to the author, "my main focus, however, was directed to highlighting available individual data sets and with specifying their demographic information when available. Along with the major purpose of compiling available child normative data in one reference book, additional goals evolved in the course of its writing. These included drawing attention to the often-deficient state of child normative data and the imperative need for well-executed normative studies across populations, ages, cultural groups, and gender." The book definitely meets these worthy author's objectives.
Audience: According to the author, "I hope the reader finds this book as useful in his or her clinical practice as I have in my own during its development." The author also says: "...Toward this end, I began to collate published data for individual tests for my own use, and this book took shape." So from the author's perspective, the book is targeting practitioners as the audience. I agree with the author regarding the target audience. The author is board certified in clinical neuropsychology and serves as president of the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology (ABCN). She is also a fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA).
Features: This book provides normative data for various assessment tools in child neuropsychology. The author covers many different domains such as intelligence, executive function, attention, language, motor and sensory perception, visuoperceptual/visuospatial, and learning and memory. The first two chapters are very well written and deal specifically with clinical issues involved in giving tests and communicating results. The other chapters describe the actual tests and give very useful normative data and practical information.
Assessment: I really liked this book because it covers so many areas of child neuropsychology. It is comprehensive and practical and contains the information needed to make important decisions of what tests to give and to whom. It is a crucial book for the practicing neuropsychologist.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780195147575
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 454
  • Sales rank: 482,906
  • Product dimensions: 9.90 (w) x 6.90 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

George Washington University School of Medicine
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Table of Contents

PART I. CHILD NEUROPSYCHOLOGY: CURRENT STATUS
1. Introduction
PART II. CLINICAL ISSUES
2. Behavioral Assessment
3. Communicating Results: The Interpretive Session and the Written Report
PART III. DOMAINS AND TESTS
4. Preliminary Assessment and Classification Scales
5. Intelligence Testing: General Considerations
6. Executive Function
7. Attention
8. Language
9. Motor and Sensory-Perceptual Evaluation
10. Visuoperceptual, Visuospatial, and Visuoconstructional Function
11. Learning and Memory

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