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What WJIII-Cog test requires the child to learn visual-verbal associations using a set of rebuses?
Possible language difficulty, low early language exposure, learning difficulties, or ALL OF THE ABOVE
All of the suggestions for report writing listed below are Do's expect for 1 don’t. Which one?
Do – answer referral questions, organize report, write in an integrative styleDon’t – write a report like a summary
Switch between words the fit within a two different semantic categories
What is the most likely explanation for a pattern of performance where the completion time is above average but the error rate is high?
What are the functions of the cerebellum?
Which type of dyslexia has these associated symptoms - Whole word and phonetic reading are damaged and the child must pronounce the letters recognize the words and then say them?
This traditional subtype of agraphia is usually associated with writing problems in association with language.
In the subtype of dycalculia children have slow computational processing speed and the make frequent calculation errors?
Using fMRI, verbal dyscalculia has been localized in what part of the brain?
Which of the following theories of autism is least supported by empirical evidence?
This theory of autism best explains the restricted and repetitive features of the disorder such as resistance to change and exclusive focus on a singular part of an object?
Which seizure disorder is often misidentified as ADHD –Inattentive Type?
What is the role of the Amygadala?
What type of brain injury would not be considered an acceleration/deceleratioion?
When the brain recoils and strikes the opposite side of the skull from where the initial impact occurs this is called?
This type of hematoma is due to a blood accumulation between the dura mater and the inner skull?
If a child loses consciousness for more the 6 hours, he/she will be classified as what type of TBI?
According to Luria what area of the brain is related to cross-modality processing?
If a school neuro psych wanted to administer the sensory motor tests from the Halstead-Reitan Neuro battery and use a more valid updated test which test could they use?
The WJII Cog Pair Cancellations test measure what Neurocognitive processes?
This WJ Cog test loads on Visual Spatial Thinking and it is also an indirection of short term memory?
Which WJCOG III Tests is Woodcocks answer to the Halstead Reitan Category?
Which WJ Cog III test fits within the school neuro psych model in the sustained attention category?
A significant low Working Memory Index score on the WISC-IV could indicate?
This damage occurs when there is a lot of twisting and turning of the brain tissue during an accident or injury?
A medical condition that is characterized by the ventricle of the brain overfilling with cerebral spinal fluid is?
Luria’s conceptualization of functional systems within the brains is used in a number of tests, this model is not used in which test?
What stage in the history of clinical neuropsychology deemphasized localization of brain lesions and emphasized the identification of impaired spared ability?
Which Luria’s zone of functioning would be considered hard wired with one to one correspondence with end-organ sense receptors?
(Secondary - perception
Tertiary - meaning)
This senior author of the WISC IV is best known for what could be broadly called the Boston Process Approach?
Which WISC subtest is not part of the Processing Speed index?
What is the most common type of brain tumor in children?
Sensory disorder may be manifested in which way?
Jonny is continually distracted by the sound of cars passing by the classroom window that faces a street. What kind of attentional processes?
Which of the following types of attention is related to short-term memory?
Speech sounds are discriminated in what part of the brain?
When the letter Fluency portion of the DKEFS Verbal Fluency test is significantly better than the Category Fluency portion of the DKEFS verbal Fluency Test this may by an indication of?
Which tests on the WJ was designed to measure cog fluency?
If a clinician wants to get a broader representation of Phonemic Awareness then just WJ Cog, what test from the WJ Ach battery can you give?
Which two are core subtests on the WICS Working memory Index?
Almost all of the WISC 4 Integrated subtests can be administered after the WISC 4 but which one needs to be administered right after its counterpart?
The DSM Diagnosis of marked delays in reaching motor milestones, difficulty mastering growth motor tasks, difficulty with fine motor coordination, and being poor at sports is?
Damage to the cerebellum can cause what type of dysfunction?
Which of the following types of attention is related to working memory?
What brain structure serves as the relay station for visual information?
There are two streams of visual analysis within the brain. Which one recognizes where an object is located and whether it is moving?
What brain structure seems to regulate the recognition of people’s faces?
What term is used to describe difficulty with pronunciation due to weakness or poor coordination of the muscles of lips, tongue, jaw?
The visual spatial sketch pad can be compromised by damaged to what part of the brain?
Unilateral right temporal lobe damage can affect everything below except for one which one?
Recall of stories
(Does impact tactile and visual (?), spatial positioning, and facial recognition)
Which of the frontal sub cortical circuits would most likely be involved with a child’s eye tracking?
Set loss errors may be indicative of?
This pathway extends from the occipital lobe to the temporal parietal junction and is essential for the phonetic decoding in reading, which one?
All of the deficits listed below are core with Autism and PDD expect one, which one?
Which one subtest on the WISC-4 do autistic children outperform normal controls?
Which seizure disorder was referred to grand mal in past?
What part of the brain would be the locus of the seizure if the symptoms included thrashing movements during sleep, fear, screaming, or bicycle movements of the legs?
What type of skull fracture results in the damage to the cribiform plate, frontal bones, and sphenoid bones, temporal bones and occiptical bones?
If a child had a Glascow Coma scale of 13-15 what is the classification of TBI?
Theory of mind processes seems to be localized in what part of the brain?
This subtype of dyscalculia is characterized by the inability to use language based procedures to assist in arithmetic fact retrieval?
What DKEFS tests is a modern version of the classic stroop test?
What two tests are designed to measure concept generation?
What type of memory is not assessed on WRMAL and CMS and TOMAL? -2
Memory for stories tests would be categorized where within the SNP model?
A child with autism would probably perform poorly on which of the following NEPSY II tests?
On the NEPSY-II indirect measures of processing speed can be evaluated by?
A child with poor initiating behaviors and behavioral apathy may have dysfunction in what part of the prefrontal cortex?
This type of aphasia is characterized by slow laborious and non-fluent speed?
An impaired recognition of the meaning of whole pictures or objects but intact ability to derive the parts of the pictures/objects, describes what condition?
A continues performance task (CPT) would be used to measure what type of attention?
A child with damage to this part of the brain will accelerate a hand movement beyond what is needed when reaching for an object?
A high number of omissions (>75%) on the Auditory Attention and Response Set of the NEPSY would reflect?
On the design copying NEPSY, when the child shows intact capacity to imitated or create general shapes but confuses or leaves out pertinent details, which subtest score will most likely be lower?
Which of the WISC-IV Integrated tests requires a student to tap raised blocks?
On the WISC-4 Integrated the multiple choice subtests are designed to do what?
Which WJ Cog subtest was designed to measure auditory closure?
CHC in the CHC Theory stands for?
What part of the brain is responsible for decision making, planning, attention, delayed gratification?
What term is used to describe a condition in which many medications are administered to a child without knowing how they interact with each other?
Poor performance on Block Design No time Bonus may reflect?
Fibers from the nasal retinas cross over to the ispilateral side at what brain structure?
The neuroanatomical focus for shifting attention seems to be centered in what part of the brain?
Perception of objects takes place within what part of the visual cortex?
There are two streams of visual analysis within the brain? Which one recognizes what an object is and what color it has?
The expressive language center of the brain is located where?
On the NEPSY Memory for Designs test a low score on this measure suggests difficulty learning visual detail, what is that score?
The inhibition subtest on the NEPSY measures?
The title for a SN evaluation should be?
Retrograde amnesia is?
What brain structure distributes norepinephrine to facilitate alerting and exciting a broad network or neural networks?
What is suggested when the Elithorn Mazes score is significantly lower than the Elithorn Mazes with no time score?
The Cognitive Efficiency performance cluster is composed of which two CHC Clinical clusters?
All of the following are symptoms of a complex partial seizure except one, which one?
This type of brain injury occurs when an object piercesthe skull and enters brain tissue?
The primary cause for TBI in infants?
A child with dysphonetic dyslexia would probably have themost difficulty on which test?
Children with this type of dyslexia over rely on memorizingwhole words as they are visualized because they cannot phonetically sound itout?
Anxiety disorders can be classified into which twocategories?
This region of the brain is responsible for ascribing anemotion valence or value judgment to another’s feelings and often triggers anautomatic social skills response. What is this part of the brain?
On DKEFS 20 question tests, if a child correctly guessesthe objects in a few questions, the best test score to reflect the overall test performance would be?
Slow completion times on timed tasks could indicate?
Which of the verbal fluency measures generate the most processscores?
Which DKEFS trail making condition measure visualscanning?-
Tests such as recalling digits or letters backwards aredesigned to measure what aspect of memory?
Which of the following reasons are good reasons forincluding data in a SN report?
Which of the NEPSY-II subtests measures the child’s ability to infer a mental state in someone else?
The finger tapping subtest on the NEPSY is recommended for all of the clinical groups below expect one?
Whichneurotransmitter plays a major role in regulating attention?
A break in the bone that surrounds the skulls is called a?
Extra time for written assignments, handwriting remediation, break specific work into segments with self-checking - ALL
This part of the brain is involved in planning complex movements and coordinating movements involving both hands?
What part of the brain along with the occipital-temporal pathway has been implicated with automatically recognizing words?
The WJ Auditory Working Memory test measures what neurocognitive process?
What is the best explanation for the following pattern ofscores in the NEPSY auditory attention and response set: RS combined (ss-10),total commission errors (11-25%), total Correct (26-75%)?
Which NEPSY test would be useful to test for sign of dysarthria?
What is suggested by having a strength in Block design multiple choice when compared to the original block deign?
Which two brain structures play a major role in memory?
In Baddley and Hitch’s working memory model, what is the command and control center that presides over the interactions between the two subordinate systems and long term memory?
What part of the brain regulates the learning based on reward and punishment?
Which DKEFS Trail Making Condition measures switching between letter and numbers?
A child with a high number of self corrected errors is thought to have?
A child who is forced to break down every word phonetically and the process of reading never becomes automatic is suffering from what subtype?
A child with surface dyslexia would probably have the most difficulty on which test?
The visual-spatial subtype of dyscalculia is often associated with this disorder?
The inability of an autistic child to take the perspective of someone else best explained by?
What type of brain injury would be considered an acquired brain injury?
Which thalamocortical pathways seem to be implicated in symptoms of both ADHD and schizophrenia?
When the Letter Fluency portion of the D-KEFS Verbal Fluency test is significantly weaker than the category fluency portion of the D-KEFS verbal fluency test this may indicate?
When the Category Fluency portion of the D-KEFS Verbal Fluency test is significantly weaker than the Verbal fluency portion of the D-KEFS verbal fluency test this may indicate?
Which of the following is the supplemental subtest of the WISC IV Perceptual Reaoning Index?
The term that is used to refer to the inability to name something is called?
What is the suitable age range to the NEPSY II?
What is the possible neurocognitive explanation for why a child would perform betteron the NEPSY Response Set Part 2 then Auditory Attention on the AA and RSNEPSY?
What type of injury would not be an example of an anoxic episode?
When memorizing a list of words the words that are last to be presented are more easily recalled. This is called the?
A SN psych should consider using a DSM diagnosis in a report when?
Baddley and Hitch’s Working memory model theorize a modality nonspecific cognitive sytem that coordinates process in the working memory what are the mechanisms?
In the SNC Model memory is categorized into what three major divisions?
When evaluating repetition errors on a task error that occur close together are likely to reflect?
Which of the brain areas or functions could be impaired in the children who have externalizing behavioral problems?
A child with a reading fluency problem would probably have the most difficulty with which test?
Which of these broad dysgraphic subtypes below is NOT one of the neuropsychological based subtypes?
What subtype of dysgraphia is characterized by visuospatial difficulty and poor coping skills?
Children or adults with autism have problem with activities that require that coordinationof multiple brain areas or flexible understand or spoken language?
When there is no one cause for a seizure disorder?
Common first aid procedure for a child having a clonic-tonic seizure include all the following EXCEPT one?
Which age group of children is most at risk for a head injury?
There are four conditions to the D-KEFS color word interference test. Which conditionwas designed to measure switching ability?
In the memory recall test, a recall error such as recalling “car” for “truck” iscalled?
The order of the NEPSY 2 subsets administration is MOST dependent upon?
When symbol copy is poor in comparisons to other coding measure, instructional implications could include?
According to Luria which zone of functioning within the brain would be responsible for differentiating foreground from background, detecting movement, and analyzing color shape andform?
The pathway for pain and temperature sense is called the?
Using the Bender Visual Motor Gestalt test to predict overall brain dysfunction wouldbe an example of what stage in the history of clinical neuropsychology?
Whatmos the principal reason why the Halstead Tests for Children and the Luria-Nebraska neuropsychology battery for children not good to administer anymore?
On the NEPSY-IImemory for faces test, what is the neurocognitive explanation for a childachieving a higher memory for faces delayed score than the initial memory for faces total score?
On a list learning test, the number correct from the last trial minus the numbercorrect on the first trial is measure of?
What type of brain cell has been found to reflect one’s ability to take someone perspective?
What is the name of the certification board that credential school psychologist with added competency?
This subtype of dyscalculia is characterized by poor number-symbol association and math fact automaticity.
As the test items progress they increase in length or complexity
Immediate memory, long-term delayed memory, verbal-visual associative learning and recall
Selective/focused attention, sustained attention, shifting attention, and attentional capacity
What is the possible neurocognitive explanation for why a child would perform better on the NEPSY Response Set Part 2 than Auditory Attention Part 1 on the Auditory and Response Set subtest on the NEPSY?
Which of the frontal-subcortical circuits would most likely be involved with a child's handwriting?
a. aphasic dysgraphia b. apraxic dysgraphia c. mechanical dysgraphia d. NOT - preservative dysgraphia
The inability of an autistic child to take the perspective of someone else is explained best by which theory of autism?
A child that is required to wear a protective helmet because they can experience a sudden loss of muscle tone that makes the child fall and collapse, has what type of seizure?
What is one of the major differences between the Card Sorting test on the NEPSY-II and the Card Sort Test on the D-KEFS?
If a child had a Glasgow Coma Scale of 9-12 what classification of TBI would be used to describe this child?
Which subtests on the KABC-II measure planning abilities?
Baddeley and Hitch's (1974) Working Memory Model theorizes a modality nonspecific cognitive system that coordinates processes in working memory. What are the two mechanisms that the central executive of working memory regulates?
phonological loop and visuospatial sketchpad
Bilateral removal on the temporal lobes in the case study of H. M. produced what types of memory impairment?
Determining the neurocognitive constructs required to successfully complete a particular test or task is called
Ga - phonetic coding; Gsm - Memory Span; and working memory
theory, hypothesis, data collection, and intervention
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