Neuropsychological Testing

Neuropsychological Testing uses psychological tests and careful observation to create a systematic, evidence-based study of all the major areas of cognitive functioning (intellect, attention, information processing, memory, language, visual motor integration, learning, achievement, and behavioral functioning). Data are interpreted in light of current research findings about brain function.  Neuropsychological test data are used to make diagnoses based upon research about different profiles of cognitive strengths and weaknesses.

We believe that neuropsychological testing should be highly personalized care, provided exclusively by our Licensed Psychologists (no students or technicians)

Neuropsychological testing is recommended for:

  • Learning disability testing (dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, visual processing difficulties, auditory/phonological processing difficulties)
  • Autistic spectrum testing, including testing for Asperger’s Disorder
  • ADHD testing
  • Evaluation of gifted individuals with learning difficulties (twice exceptional or ‘2e’)
  • Intellectual Disability Testing
  • Testing for individuals with Genetic and Chromosomal differences
  • Medical problems that can impact thinking, learning and behavior (such as mitochondrial disorders, sickle cell, or exposure to toxins during pregnancy)
  • Testing for anxiety and depression or mood regulation disorders

To learn more, please see our FAQ page http://www.resnikpsychology.com/services/faq/

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