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Quiz Chapter 12, Screening for Neuropsychological Impairment

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  1. Quiz Chapter 12, Screening for Neuropsychological Impairment The Handbook of Psychological Assessment 5th edition

  2. 1. The book distinguishes between impairment and disability. ___ reflects normative comparisons and test data. • Impairment • Disability

  3. 1. The book distinguishes between impairment and disability. ___ reflects normative comparisons and test data. • Impairment • Disability

  4. 2. Which of the following represents the comprehensive battery approach to neuropsychological assessment? • Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Test • Luria-Nebraska

  5. 2. Which of the following represents the comprehensive battery approach to neuropsychological assessment? • Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Test • Luria-Nebraska

  6. 3. Although tests can be quite useful, the strongest tool for a clinician can often be a clear, through and well-informed: • History • DSM-IV diagnosis

  7. 3. Although tests can be quite useful, the strongest tool for a clinician can often be a clear, through and well-informed: • History • DSM-IV diagnosis

  8. 4. Which of the following is an example of a behavioral change in the Attention domain? • Poor fine motor coordination • Tremors • Clumsiness • Weakness on right or left side of body • Difficulty shifting attention

  9. 4. Which of the following is an example of a behavioral change in the Attention domain? • Poor fine motor coordination • Tremors • Clumsiness • Weakness on right or left side of body • Difficulty shifting attention

  10. 5. The ____ domain considers the observation that the maintenance of an optimum amount of mental activity involves a complex variety of functions related to filtering, selecting, focusing, shifting, and tracking. • Executive • Spatial • Memory • Language • Attention

  11. 5. The ____ domain considers the observation that the maintenance of an optimum amount of mental activity involves a complex variety of functions related to filtering, selecting, focusing, shifting, and tracking. • Executive • Spatial • Memory • Language • Attention

  12. 6. ____ functions involve a person’s ability to effectively regulate and direct self-behavior. • Executive • Spatial • Memory • Language • Attention

  13. 6. ____ functions involve a person’s ability to effectively regulate and direct self-behavior. • Executive • Spatial • Memory • Language • Attention

  14. 7. The ____ focuses on and is used to assess a client’s visuoconstructive abilities. • Lurian-Nebraska • Haltead-Reitan • SCL-90-R • The Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (RBANS) • Bender-Gestalt

  15. 7. The ____ focuses on and is used to assess a client’s visuoconstructive abilities. • Lurian-Nebraska • Haltead-Reitan • SCL-90-R • The Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (RBANS) • Bender-Gestalt

  16. 8. A concern with using the RBANS is that ____ can moderate the meaning of scores. • Education • Cocaine • Menopause • Being in love • All of the above

  17. 8. A concern with using the RBANS is that ____ can moderate the meaning of scores. • Education • Cocaine • Menopause • Being in love • All of the above

  18. 9. Which of the following is a possible reason for poor Bender-Gestalt performance? • Impulsiveness • Inadequate motivation • Emotional problems • Mental retardation • All of the above

  19. 9. Which of the following is a possible reason for poor Bender-Gestalt performance? • Impulsiveness • Inadequate motivation • Emotional problems • Mental retardation • All of the above

  20. 10. In order to perform well on the Bender, clients must have adequate fine motor coordination and the ability to: • Draw well • Make accurate perceptual discriminations • Memorize complex and shifting stimuli • Answer simple questions and obey simple commands • Initiate, articulate and organize their speech

  21. 10. In order to perform well on the Bender, clients must have adequate fine motor coordination and the ability to: • Draw well • Make accurate perceptual discriminations • Memorize complex and shifting stimuli • Answer simple questions and obey simple commands • Initiate, articulate and organize their speech

  22. Bonus Question: The problem of _____ can be minimized by using a test such as the RBANS that covers a wide range of abilities. • response bias • confirmation bias • narrative fallacies • false negatives • hindsight bias

  23. Bonus Question: The problem of _____ can be minimized by using a test such as the RBANS that covers a wide range of abilities. • response bias • confirmation bias • narrative fallacies • false negatives • hindsight bias

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