Now in a Second Edition, this evidence-based guide provides a current and concise overview of the field of school neuropsychology with practical guidance on how to apply neuropsychological assessment principles in school settings. The Second Edition features new coverage of major neuropsychological tests batteries for children, including NEPSY-II, WISC-IV Integrated, and D-KEFS. A new accompanying CD-ROM includes helpful tools such as sample case studies and searchable databases of neuropsychological tests.
DANIEL C. MILLER, PhD, is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology and Philosophy at Texas Women s University. He has over 30 years of experience as a school psychologist practitioner and trainer and over 25 years of experience as a school neuropsychologist.
Foreword xi Series Preface xv Acknowledgments xvii One The Emerging Specialization of School Neuropsychology 1 Two Historical Influences of Clinical Neuropsychology and School Psychology 23 Three Training and Credentialing in School Neuropsychology 51 Four When to Refer for a School Neuropsychological Assessment 69 Five An Integrated Model for School Neuropsychology Assessment 99 Six School Neuropsychology Report Writing 127 Seven Major School Neuropsychological Test Batteries for Children 159 Eight Clinical Interpretation Guidelines 181 Nine Case Study Illustration 209 Ten Sensorimotor Functions 261 Eleven Visuospatial and Auditory Cognitive Processes 283 Twelve Learning and Memory Cognitive Processes 303 Thirteen Executive Functions 339 Fourteen Attention and Working Memory Facilitators/Inhibitors 373 Fifteen Speed, Fluency, and Efficiency of Processing Facilitators/Inhibitors 397 Sixteen Acquired Knowledge: Acculturation Knowledge and Language Abilities 421 Seventeen Acquired Knowledge: Academic Achievement 439 Eighteen Future Directions of School Neuropsychological Assessment 473 Appendix 481 References 485 About the Author 508 Index 509 About the CD-ROM 519