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Learning Objectives: Describe the importance of measures of joint attention behavior in typical and atypical development. Explain how visual attention mechanisms in infancy can influence the later development of joint attention. Franchini, M., Armstrong, V.…

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Learning Objectives: Explain the psychometric challenges involved in assessment of executive function development. Describe how biological, medical and social factors mediate and influence aspects of executive function in children born very or extremely preterm. Stålnacke,…

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Learning Objectives: 1. Identify the parent and teacher-rated behaviors that contribute most toward accurate diagnosis in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). 2. Describe the limited rating scale battery model and its role in maximizing diagnostic…

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Learning Objectives: 1. Describe how to determine the validity of neuropsychological assessment data in children with neurological diagnoses using performance validity tests (PVTs). 2. Provide evidence for use of the MVP performance validity test in…

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Learning Objectives: Explain the importance of demonstrating the efficacy and utility of neuropsychological assessment in the modern health care environment. Describe the basic components of a neuropsychological utility study, and factors possibly associated with higher healthcare costs.…

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Learning Objectives: Identify the most common sources of ethical conflict in clinical neuropsychology. List and explain each of the "Four As" of ethical practice. Describe the four bioethical principles described by Beauchamp and Childress (2013).…

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