Upcoming Content

Future episodes – planned, in the works, or already recorded:

-Neuropsychology 3.0: The Future of Neuropsychology and Innovative Technologies

-Brain Health Mini-Series for the Lay Audience

-The Effect of Opioid Use and Treatment on Cognition

-The Effect of HIV/AIDS on Cognition

Use of Therapeutic Hypothermia for Cardiac Arrest in Children

The Impact of Non-CNS Cancer and Treatments on Cognition in Adults

-The Path to Becoming a Licensed Clinical Psychologist

The Effect of Substance Use (Particularly Cannabis) on Cognition

-Test Selection in Neuropsychology

-Uniform test score labeling: A summary of the 2018 AACN Consensus Conference

There is very little standardization of the qualitative descriptors used in neuropsychological practices across the globe.  Terms such as Above Average, Superior, Borderline, and Impaired are used without consistently being anchored to the same standardized scores and percentiles.  In this episode, we talk to a member of a group of neuropsychologists who are attempting to decrease confusion by providing a recommended set of guidelines that can benefit all neuropsychological practitioners and trainees.

If you have any feedback or ideas about content for future episodes, please feel free to drop us a line at feedback@navneuro.com