Neuropsychological Evaluation of the Child, Second Edition
Ida Sue Baron (Oxford University Press, 2018)
- A unique and practical edition that compiles published and unpublished normative data for individual neuropsychological tests in one resource/reference text.
- Reviews basic skills required for history taking, administration, interpretation, and communication of results.
- Addresses critical topics in neuropsychology and neurology in domain-specific chapters.
- Focuses on an integrative approach to case analysis.
- Provides key examples of how test results directly inform about brain function in response to medical disease and disorder.
- Emphasizes that knowledge about a child’s maturational trajectory is essential for accurate interpretation of brain-behavior relationships.
New to this Edition
- This updated and expanded edition retains a practical developmental and lifespan perspective for neuropsychological case formulation.
- Chapters cover the current status, clinical issues, and essential domains and techniques in clinical neuropsychological practice and research.
- Chapters include case vignettes that explicate brain-behavior relationships in youth from preschool-age through adolescence with medical disease or psychological disorder.