1st Edition

Clinical Integration of Neuropsychological Test Results

Edited By Charles J. Golden, Ryan Bennett Copyright 2025
    276 Pages
    by CRC Press

    The interpretation of neuropsychological tests is a complex process which requires recognition of the multiple skills required to complete even the simplest tests.  The purpose of this volume is to explore the various interpretive strategies used with a wide variety of commonly used tests in order to see beyond the skills suggested by the test title. By integrating these possible interpretations across multiple tests, the neuropsychologist can pinpoint those deficits which lie at the core of a client’s pattern of test results.  It is intended for both professionals and for students starting to learn the clinical practice of neuropsychology.

    Preface

    INDIVIDUAL TESTS

    Block Design

    Zachary Peart and Ryan Bennett

    Boston Naming Test—Second Edition

    Casey Morocho

    Halstead Category Test 

    Nisha Kajani

    Coding

    Megan Arnold

    Controlled Oral Word Association Test

    Christina Nunez and Ryan Bennett

    Connors Continuous Performance Test, Third Edition (CPT-3)

    Jonathan Gellman

    Digit Span

    Claire Stafford and Ryan Bennett

    Feifer Assessment of Reading

    Claire Stafford

    Finger Tapping Test (FTT)

    Kriselli Castro

    Logical Memory

    Ines Tchienga and Karla Molina

    Purdue Pegboard

    Rebecca Aronson and Ryan Bennett

    Stroop Color and Word Test

    Kayla Thompson and Ryan Bennett

    Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT)

    Melissa Ferrer

    Trail Making Test (TMT)

    Patricia Ordóñez and Cooper Dunn

    Tests of Variables of Attention (TOVA)

    Kayley Slicer

    Visual Puzzles

    Kayley Slicer and Ryan Bennett

    WMS-IV Visual Reproduction

    Ines Tchienga and Ryan Bennett

    WAIS-IV Arithmetic

    Christina Nunez

    WAIS-IV Index Scores

    Brittny Arias

    Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST)

    Rebecca Aronson and Ryan Bennett

    Wide Range Achievement Test—Fifth Edition

    Saba Verani

    EFFORT TESTS

    Medical Symptom Validity Test (MSVT)

    Hayley Herndon

    Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms, Second Edition (SIRS-2)

    D’Shawn Harrigan

    The Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM)

    Ryan Bennett and Sharvan Chhabria

    SCREENING TESTS

    Mini-Mental Status Examination (MMSE)

    Casey Morocho

    Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA)

    Rachel Geller and Kayley Slicer

    The Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (RBANS)

    Sophia G. Perez

    COMPUTER BATTERIES

    CNS Vital Signs

    Claire Stafford

    Immediate Post-concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing

    Christina Nuñez and Alexis Rosen

    NeuroTrax BrainCare

    Aruna Ramrattan

    Cambridge Automated Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB)

    Etiane Navarro

    Index

    Biography

    Dr. Charles J. Golden is nationally and internationally known for his clinical research in the field of neuropsychological and psychological assessment. He has given over 100 invited presentations/workshops, and published over 700 articles, book chapters and books.  He is a Fellow in the American Psychological Association, and holds Diplomates in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology.  He is a past president of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists.  In recognition of his clinical and research accomplishments, he has received the Distinguished Neuropsychologist Award from the National Academy of Neuropsychologists in 2003. 

    Dr. Ryan Bennett is a clinical psychologist whose primary research and clinical practice are within the domains of neuropsychological and psychological assessment. Dr. Bennett has extensive clinical training across diverse settings, notably in outpatient community mental health, sports medicine, Veterans Affairs, and inpatient rehabilitation clinics. With several publications, book chapters, and over 50 presentations to his credit, Dr. Bennett's contributions to neuropsychology are well-recognized, alongside his professional affiliations and academic roles.