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Visuoconstruction abilities involve the coordination of fine motor skills with spatial abilities, usually in the reproduction of geometric figures. This domain looks not only at the individual’s aptitude for copying

This is component of the evaluation process is very important as it looks at our ability to communicate with our fellow humans. Multiple aspects of speech and language are examined

Personality is a construct that refers to the amalgam of our underlying characteristics, including temperament, behavioral, emotional and cognitive factors that we use to guide us through our interactions with

The motor tests that are typically included in a neuropsychological test battery look at how effectively the individual is able to coordinate hand-eye movements, finger dexterity, balance and motor speed

According to researchers such as Banich (2004), memory refers to he process by which we encode, store and retrieve information. Encoding refers to the processing of the information to be

Intellectual functioning, as the term implies, refers to the individual’s intellectual capacity and is what we refer to when we discuss IQ scores. Although the IQ score is often discussed

Executive functions refer to a variety of processes that have the roll of guiding, directing, and managing cognitive, emotional and behavioral functioning (Gioia et al., 2000). The processes can be

Attention is one of the most important components that is assessed during the neuropsychological evaluation. When it functions as it is supposed to, attention facilitates many of the other cognitive

Adaptive functioning refers to those skills that are necessary for us to navigate through the demands that are placed on us by our environments in a way that is effective.

As the term implies, academic achievement referrers to those skills that are required to be a successful student. Three primary areas are evaluated within this domain: 1) reading; 2) math