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METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN CLINICAL
PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF CEREBRAL LESIONS
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ability Acute group adults anterograde amnesia aphasia areas behavioral behavioral neurology brain damage brain functions brain lesions brain-behavior brain-damaged group brain-damaged subjects Category Test cerebral damage cerebral dysfunction cerebral hemisphere cerebral lesions child Chronic group clinical neuropsychology compared comparisons control groups correct deficits diagnostic differences differential discriminating electroencephalographic epilepsy errors evaluation findings Finger Tapping Full Scale IQ Grooved Steadiness Halstead head injuries Impairment Index indicated individual initial examination Klonoff and Low Klove left hand major motor seizures Maze Coordination MCD group measures mental retardation neurological examination neuropsychological battery Neuropsychological Test Battery Neuropsychological Variables normal older children older group patients Performance IQ prediction present procedures psychomotor reexamination regarding Reitan relationships retrograde amnesia right hand schizophrenics sequelae significant Speech Perception Speech-sounds Perception Steadiness Dominant Steadiness Nondominant subtests Table Tactual Performance Test temporal lobe Trail Making Test trauma unknown etiology Verbal IQ visual Wechsler Weighted Score WISC