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Halstead-Reitan Battery Ancillary tests In addition to the core tests, examiners may choose to administer other tests based on the difficulties that an individual is experiencing. Tests commonly used in combination with the Halstead-Reitan battery include the Grip Strength Test, the Grooved Pegboard Test, the Reitan- Klove Lateral Dominance Examination, the Wechsler Memory Scale, the California Verbal Learning Test, the Buschke Selective Reminding Test, the Rey Auditory Verbal Memory Test, the Rey Complex Figure Test, the Test of Memory and Learning, the Wide Range Achievement Test , the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory , and the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale or Wechsler Intelligence Scales for Children . Results Interpretation of the Halstead-Reitan involves analysis of various factors: Overall performance on the battery. The Halstead Impairment Index (HII) and the General Neuropsychological Deficit Scale (GNDS) are commonly used to obtain an overall score. The HII is calculated by counting the total number of tests in the impaired
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  • Fall '09
  • Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Rey Complex, Halstead Impairment Index, Wechsler Adult, mild impairment, severe impairment

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