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The Assessment of cognitive function in epilepsy Assessment of cognitive function in epilepsy
Epileptics--Intelligence testing--Data processing.
Epilepsy--Physiological aspects.
Neuropsychological tests.
Cognition Disorders--diagnosis--congresses.
Cognition Disorders--etiology--congresses.
Illustrative Content
LCC: RC372 .A765 1991 (Source: dlc)
WL 385 A846 1991 (Source: dnlm)
DDC: 616.8/53 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2002280263
Table Of Contents
Contributions of traditional assessment procedures to an understanding of the neuropsychology of epilepsy / Bruce P. Hermann
When is computer-assisted testing appropriate? / Carl B. Dodrill
Integrating computerized and traditional neuropsychological assessment techniques / Pamela J. Thompson
Validity of computerized testing : patient dysfunction and complaints versus measured changes / A.P. Aldenkamp ... [et al.]
Applications of computerized cognitive-motor measures to the assessment of psychoactive drugs / Michael G. Aman
Assessment of mental functions in patients with epilepsy : cognitive models and ecological constraints / Nicole von Steinbüchel and Ernst Pöppel
Computer-assisted neuropsychological assessment in patients with epilepsy / A.-L. Rugland, O. Henriksen, and H. Bjørnœs
Methods of detecting transitory cognitive impairment during epileptiform EEG discharges / C.D. Binnie
Statistical issues in the computerized assessment of cognitive function / Tony Johnson
Workshop. Assessing cognitive function in patients with epilepsy / M.D. Lezak.
(Cont.) Test selection and design for antiepileptic drug neurocognitive monitoring / Marcel Kinsbourne
Neuropsychological assessment of development compounds / Beat Hiltbrunner.
Authorized Access Point
Dodson, W. Edwin. Assessment of cognitive function in epilepsy
Authorized Access Point Variant
Kinsbourne, Marcel, 1931- Assessment of cognitive function in epilepsy
Hiltbrunner, Beat. Assessment of cognitive function in epilepsy
Epilepsy Foundation of America. Behavioral Sciences Initiative Group. Assessment of cognitive function in epilepsy