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Secondary Influences on Neuropsychological Test Performance (National Academy of Neuropsychology
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CONTENTS Contributors Preface to the National Academy of Neuropsychological Series on Evidence-Based Practices Preface to the Second Volume in the National Academy of Neuropsychological Series on Evidence-Based Practices Secondary Influences on Neuropsychological Test Performance 1. Overview. - Peter Arnett, Penn State University Part I: Relationship of affective disorders, anxiety disorders, fatigue, motor impairments, diagnosis threat, and effort to cognitive functioning 2. Malingering/effort Kyle Boone and Elizabeth Ziegler 3. Depression and affective disorders: Impact on the level of cognitive functioning Michael Basso 4. Depression and affective disorders: Impact on the content of cognitive functioning Bruce Christiansen 5. Anxiety Colin MacLeod and Pat Clarke 6. Fatigue John DeLuca and Lauren Strober 7. Pain Jake Epker and Melissa Ogden 8. Motor Impairments Peter Arnett, Gray Vargas and Dede Ukueberuwa 9. Diagnosis Threat/Expectation as Etiology Julie Suhr Part II: Complexities in assessing depression, anxiety, and fatigue in the context of specific neurological conditions 10. Multiple Sclerosis Jared Bruce Holly Westervelt, and Joanie Thelen 11. HIV David Moore, Kaitlin Blackstone, and Steven Paul Woods 12. Parkinson's Disease. Alexander Troester, Lindsay P. Prizer, and Amber Baxley 13. Traumatic Brain Injury Maureen Schmitter-Edgecombe, Elizabeth Ziegler, and Chad Sanders 14. Alzheimer's Disease/MCI/Stroke Lloyd Stephen Miller and Antonio Nicholas Puente 15. Epilepsy Bruce Hermann and David Loring Part III: Assessment & Treatment of secondary influences, plus final summary chapter 16. Assessing Secondary Influences and Their Impact on Neuropsychological Test Performance Peter Arnett and Amanda Rabinowitz 17. Summing Things up: Where We Stand, Where We Need to Go From Here Peter Arnett Index

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Peter Arnett, PhD Director of Clinical Training Associate Professor of Psychology The Pennsylvania State University

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"The need to heighten awareness in the field of non-neurological influences on neuropsychological test scores is critical and this is an estimable attempt to broach the topic. Readers will find this book enlightening and critical to implement in their practice. There are some weaknesses that stop the book short of its pinnacle, but these hopefully will be addressed in the next edition." -- Doody's "This is a very good book on the influence of the secondary factors on the results obtained in a neuropsychological assessment, as well as secondary factors most important to watch for a variety of neurological diseases and disorders. Several chapters using both the case studies and of the useful for clinicians summary tables (ex: recommendations of specific tools according to the evidence). We should also remember that this would be the first book devoted exclusively to the influence of secondary factors." -Simon Charbonneau, PhD, Quebec Association of Neuropsychologists "This book should be required reading for every neuropsychologist. A better understanding of all the factors that contribute to cognitive test performance will not only help us to separate the true signal from the noise, but might even hold the key to finding better ways to improve functioning for our patients. With this book we now have an excellent compilation of empirical data to better understand the "noise," and in doing so, our patients." --Naomi Chaytor, The Clinical Neuropsychologist

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