Our board-certified Neuropsychologists are here to assist in your Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice or Criminal case. Scheduling a neuropsych exam is easy and typically takes a day or two to setup. Use the “Request Neuropsych Exam” form below to submit a case. One of our medical case managers will be in touch to schedule your exam. If you would like to request more information about a specific neuropsychologist, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
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Neuropsychological Exams are a testing method through which a neuropsychologist can acquire data about a subject’s cognitive, motor, behavioral, linguistic, and executive functioning. In the hands of a trained neuropsychologist, these data can provide information leading to the diagnosis of a cognitive deficit or to the confirmation of a diagnosis, as well as to the localization of organic abnormalities in the central nervous system (CNS). The data can also guide effective treatment methods for the rehabilitation of impaired patients.
Forensic Neuropsychological Evaluation involves the application of neuropsychological assessment methods to the evaluation of criminal or civil litigants. Assessment of collateral sources of information, response bias, malingering, and norm-based psychological testing are essential components of the forensic clinical neuropsychological evaluation.The examiner should be well qualified in both forensic psychology and clinical neuropsychology. The approach and batteries used should be capable of meeting legal standards.
Neuropsychological evaluations are typically anywhere from 1-2 days long and are used in a variety of cases. To request a neuropsychologist for your case, please click here.
A thorough neuropsychological evaluation should generally provide for evaluation of the following:
1. General Cognitive abilities
2. Academic Achievement
3. Sensory Perceptual Skills
4. Motor speed, coordination, and planning
5. Attention, Concentration and mental processing speed in visual and auditory modalities
6. Comparison of right and left hand performance
7. Assessment of language functions such as fluency and naming
8. Assessment of nonverbal skills such as construction
9. Assessment of verbal and nonverbal memory including retention and learning rates
10. Assessment of executive functions and cognitive flexibility
11. Assessment of personality and emotional adjustment.