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Chapter 10-11 Study Guide

Chapter 10-11 Study Guide - Q Deficits in the ability to...

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Q – Deficits in the ability to express or comprehend written or spoken communication as a result of brain injury are called -
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Q – The case of Phineas Gage was especially interesting because it showed that brain damage could affect ________.
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Q – This approach to neuropsychological assessment uses the same set of tests for each examinee.
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Q – This approach to neuropsychological assessment allows the clinician to choose the subtests believed to be best suited to assess each examinee.
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Q – According to the textbook, what is the more widely used approach to neuropsychological testing?
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Q – What are the two most commonly used fixed neuropsychological batteries?
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Q – What measure is typically used to provide a quick screen for significant cognitive impairment?
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Q – When patients with brain injury have difficulty switching between patterns of thought on the Trail-making Test, they are said to be _____________.
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Q – What assessment of intelligence is most frequently used in a neuropsychological assessment?
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Q – What assessment of personality is most frequently used in a neuropsychological assessment?
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