Contributions to Neuropsychological Assessment: A Clinical Manual

Paperback | October 1, 1994

byArthur L. Benton, Abigail B. Sivan, Kerry deS. Hamsher

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Over ten years have passed since Oxford University Press first published Contributions to Neuropsychological Assessment, making more widely available the clinical tests developed at the Benton Laboratory of Neuropsychology. Since 1983, many new findings have been generated as these tests areused in a variety of clinical and research contexts. This second edition summarizes this research and adds normative data on new populations including children and the elderly.

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Over ten years have passed since the publication of the first edition of this invaluable manual for administering, scoring and interpreting the results of these world-renowned neuropsychological tests. Developed by Arthur Benton at the University of Iowa, the tests are used in a wide variety of clinical and research contexts and, since...

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Over ten years have passed since Oxford University Press first published Contributions to Neuropsychological Assessment, making more widely available the clinical tests developed at the Benton Laboratory of Neuropsychology. Since 1983, many new findings have been generated as these tests areused in a variety of clinical and research co...

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'The work of Dr. Ben ton and his colleagues is well known for the excellence of its methodological approach to problems of brain damage assessment.'--CortexThis thoroughly updated second edition summarizes this research and adds normative data on new populations including children and the elderly.

Arthur L. Benton is at University of Iowa. Abigail B. Sivan is at Rush University.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 9.53 × 6.54 × 0.39 inPublished:October 1, 1994Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195091795

ISBN - 13:9780195091793

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Table of Contents

Tests of Orientation and Learning1. Temporal Orientation2. Right-Left Orientation3. Serial Digit LearningPerceptual and Motor Tests4. Facial Recognition5. Judgment of Line Orientation6. Visual Form Discrimination7. Pantomime Recognition8. Tactile Form Perception9. Finger Localization10. Phoneme Distribution11. Three-Dimensional Block Construction12. Motor Impersistence

From Our Editors

Over ten years have passed since the publication of the first edition of this invaluable manual for administering, scoring and interpreting the results of these world-renowned neuropsychological tests. Developed by Arthur Benton at the University of Iowa, the tests are used in a wide variety of clinical and research contexts and, since 1983, many new findings have been generated. This thoroughly updated second edition summarizes this research and adds normative data on new populations including children and the elderly.

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"The brevity of the book and the consistency of the framework across all chapters facilitate rapid consultation. This will undoubtedly enhance its use and make it a favorite among professionals constricted by time limitations....The authors have provided a concise and relatively encompassingexpose of important neuropsychological functions which are often insufficiently imparted....Useful to clinical neuropsychologists, psychometrists, and researchers in the field of neuropsychological assessment and related issues."--Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience