Characterizing neurocognitive late effects in childhood leukemia survivors using a combination of neuropsychological and cognitive neuroscience measures

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe why the addition of cognitive neuroscience paradigms to neuropsychological assessments can benefit our understanding of poor quality of life in childhood cancer survivors.
2. Explain the relationship between performance on a cognitive neuroscience paradigm of response inhibition and a parental measure of children’s’ attention deficits.

Van Der Plas, E., Erdman, L., Nieman, B. J., Weksberg, R., Butcher, D. T., O’connor, D. L., … & Ito, S. (2018). Characterizing neurocognitive late effects in childhood leukemia survivors using a combination of neuropsychological and cognitive neuroscience measures. Child Neuropsychology, 1-16.