Assessment of Spanish-Speaking Populations
A Special Issue of Applied Neuropsychology
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This collection of articles contributes to the analysis of the assessment questions in Spanish-speaking populations and encourage further research in the area.
Table of Contents
Volume 7, Number 1. 2000
Contents:INTRODUCTION. A. Ardila, Assessment of Spanish-Speaking Populations. ARTICLES. A. Ardila, M. Rosselli, F. Ostrosky-Solís, J. Marcos, G. Granda, M. Soto, Syntactic Comprehension, Verbal Memory and Calculation Abilities in Spanish-English Bilinguals. M. Rosselli, A. Ardila, K. Araujo, V.A. Weekes, V. Caracciolo, M. Padilla, F. Ostrosky-Solís, Verbal Fluency and Repetition Skills in Healthy Older Spanish-English Bilinguals. F. Ostrosky-Solís, G. López-Arango, A. Ardila, Sensitivity and Specificity of the Mini-Mental State Examination in a Spanish-Speaking Population. M.O. Pontón, J.J. Gonzalez, I. Herandez, L. Herrera, I. Higareda, Factor Analysis of the Neuropsychological Screening Battery for Hispanics (NeSBHIS) D.A. Pineda, M. Rosselli, G.C. Henao, S.E. Mejía, Neurobehavioral Assessment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Discorder in a Columbian Sample. E. Matute, F. Leal, D. Zarabozo, Coherence in Short Narratives Written by Spanish-Speaking Children With Reading Disabilities.