What We Do

Neuropsychological testing is a comprehensive procedure that measures and identifies the interaction between cognition, processing capacities, and psychological functioning and their impact on academic and daily behavior. This sort of comprehensive testing is recommended for cases in which a detailed but general overview of functioning is requested. Neuropsychological testing provides quantifiable data about the following mental functions:

  • Short-term and long-term memory
  • Intelligence
  • Problem solving and conceptualizing
  • Ability to learn new skills and solve problems
  • Ability, concentration, and distractibility
  • Logical and abstract reasoning functions
  • Ability to understand and express language
  • Visual-spatial organization Visual-motor coordination
  • Planning, synthesizing and organizing abilities
  • Functional impacts on learning and information recall
  • Psychomotor Performance
  • Executive Skills
  • Concept Formation and Reasoning
  • Academic Ability and Achievement
  • Emotional and Behavioral Status

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