Cognitive Assessment: A Multidisciplinary Perspective

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EditorCecil Reynolds, Cecil R. ReynoldsbyCecil R. Reynolds

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This volume integrates advances in neurobiology, neuropsychology, measurement science, cognitive science, and traditional educational psychology to explore the contributions each field can make towards understanding individual differences in cognitive assessment. It is extremely well illustrated, and covers everything from modeling to cortical variations. Professionals in all fields will be able to strengthen their theoretical paradigms and applied techniques with knowledge from outside their immediate discipline.

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This volume integrates advances in neurobiology, neuropsychology, measurement science, cognitive science, and traditional educational psychology to explore the contributions each field can make towards understanding individual differences in cognitive assessment. It is extremely well illustrated, and covers everything from mode...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:282 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.27 inPublisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306444348

ISBN - 13:9780306444340

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Neuroimaging and Neuropsychological Assessment; E.D. Bigler . Brain Structure and Cognitive Function; L. Willerman, et al. Assessment of Cognitive Function; J.F. DeFrance et, al. A Model for Contextual Interference Effects in Motor Learning; J.B. Shea, R.C. Graf. Cognition and Motor Skill Acquisition; D.L. Wright, C.H. Shea. Applications of Cognitive Design Systems to Test Development; S. Embretson. Evaluating Students' Errors on Cognitve Tasks; J.M. Kulikowich, P.A. Alexander. Cognitive Modeling of Individual Results in Test Design; V.L. Willson. Variance Components in Generalizability Theory; R.L. Brennan. Kant, Wittgenstein, Objectivity, and Structural Equations Modeling; S.A. Mulaik. On the Quantity of Test Statistics in Covariance Structure Analysis; P.M. Bentler. Index.