Small-Group Advanced Seminar in
Interpretation of the HRB
Puzzling Cases Advanced Interpretation Seminar
This small-group advanced seminar topic was suggested by prior seminar participants. Attendees will submit cases of their choice, tested with the Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Test Battery, to be presented and discussed during the seminar. This is an opportunity to review those difficult or puzzling cases with the seminar faculty as well as with other advanced participants.
Each case will be explored systematically through a process of test interpretation, integration of clinical history and neurological findings, differential diagnosis, and determination of educational, treatment or rehabilitation needs.
ACTIVE participation is expected of all attendees!
All attendees must have previously completed a workshop from the Reitan Neuropsychology Labs or The Neuropsychology Center.
Jim Hom, Ph.D.
Janice Nici, Ph.D.
The faculty members are
Participants in this seminar
can expect to improve their ability to recognize important patterns in
16.0 hours of Continuing Education credit for Psychologists.
Full attendance at the seminar is required to receive CE credit. Partial credits cannot be awarded.
Cases for presentation will be selected from among those submitted by attendees. Each attendee may submit up to three clinical cases for consideration for the seminar. Adult or child cases can be submitted. Final selection of cases will be made by the faculty, so as to provide an appropriate mix of presenting questions, diagnoses, etc. All cases submitted for this seminar must have complete HRB results (Adult, Older Children or Young Children's battery), using standard test equipment and procedures.
To submit a case: Send a summary sheet of test results on a well-disguised patient. Include the Aphasia Screening Test and the patient's drawings from the Aphasia Screening Test as well. On a separate page, indicate a brief history, neurological summary if available, and the complications or issues which make this case puzzling.