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Mather, Nancy

Comprehensive Evaluations

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  • Renowned experts in the fields of psychology and special education contribute dozens of sample case reports to accompany assessment tests and batteries most frequently administered in the treatment of children and adolescents.


    Taal / Language : English

    Inhoudsopgave:
    Foreword (John O. Willis).

    Introduction.

    Assessment of Individuals with Autism: Procedures and Pitfalls (Sally Logerquist).

    Neuropsychological Evaluation of a Young Child with a Seizure Disorder (Marshall Andrew Glenn).

    Language Assessment of a Sibling of a Child with Autism (Dale A. Bailey).

    Cognitive and Achievement Correlates of Language Disorders (Stephen Camarata and Mary N. Camarata).

    Spontaneous Language Sampling in Language Disorders Cases and Language Related Cases Such as Autism and Cognitive Impairment (Stephen M. Camarata and Mary N. Camarata).

    Comorbidity and Cumulative Effects of Inattention, Poor Emotional Control, and Language Problems on Academic Achievement in Early Childhood (R. W. Kamphaus and Tara C. Raines).

    How a Weakness in Attention Can Mask True Learning Capabilities and Achievement Gains (Eva M. Prince).

    Associative Memory Disorder:  An Unexpected Struggle Resulting in Difficulty with Basic Skill Acquisition (James M. Creed).

    When Silence is Not Golden: Selective Mutism, Social Anxiety, and Learning Disabilities in a Young Girl (Michael E. Gerner).

    Evaluation of a Bilingual Student with a History of Language Delay: Differentiating Between a Language Impairment and Second Language Learning (Brigid Garvin).

    Twice Exceptional: A Gifted Child with Concomitant Learning Disabilities (Aimee Yermish).

    An Elementary School Student with a Specific Learning Disability in Reading: Use of the DAS II to Generate and Test Causal Hypotheses (Colin D. Elliott).

    Using a Patterns of Strengths and Weaknesses Approach in a Complex Case (James Hanson).

    Learning is the Best Therapy: The Emotional Consequences of a Learning Disability (Lynne E. Jaffe).

    Difference versus Disorder: Nondiscriminatory Assessment of an English Learner Suspected of Learning Disability (Samuel O. Ortiz).

    Using the PASS Theory to Uncover Disorders in Basic Psychological Processes: An Example of Specific Learning Disability (Jack A. Naglieri).

    Neuropsychological Evaluation of a Child with a Brain Injury at Birth (Sam Goldstein and Sean Cunningham).

    Missing Out on Early Intervention: The Delay of Appropriate Services for a Child with SLD (Nancy Mather).

    A Dual Diagnosis: Intellectual Disability and Autism (Sally Logerquist).

    Learning Disabilities and Mathematics: A School Psychological Framework (Steven G. Feifer).

    The Cognitive Assessment System and the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children IV in a Neuropsychological Context (Tulio M. Otero and Jack A. Naglieri).

    Re establishing Eligibility and Re evaluation Post Natural Disaster (Tara C. Raines and Cecil Reynolds).

    Psychoeducational Assessment of a Child with High Functioning Autism Using a Problem Solving Approach (Joel S. Hanania).

    RTI Data and Cognitive Assessment are Both Useful for SLD Identification and Intervention Planning (Dawn Flanagan and Vincent Alfonso).

    Specific Learning Disability Report: The Importance of Professional Judgment (Edward Schultz).

    Integrating RtI with an Individual Comprehensive Assessment to Identify a Specific Learning Disability in Reading (Donna Rury Smith).

    Assessing a Child with a Nonspecific Pervasive Development Disorder: Can a Nonverbal Cognitive Measure Help? (R. Steve McCallum).

    Difficulty vs. Disability? A Student Struggling with Math (John M. Garruto).

    Psychoeducational Assessment of a Student with a Visual Impairment Using the Woodcock Johnson III Tests of Achievement Braille Adaptation (Kimberly Morris).

    Differential Diagnosis: ADHD, Emotional Disturbance, or Asperger s Syndrome? (Elaine Fletcher Janzen).

    The Heterogeneity and Complexities of Children with Developmental Delays (Melissa M. King and Mary C. Wright).

    Differential Diagnosis: Emotional Disturbance or Conduct Disorder? (Elaine Fletcher Janzen).

    Integration of Post Referral Progress Monitoring Data in a Specific Learning Disability Evaluation (Robert Misak).

    Sweet Child (But Only When Not in School) (Mitchel D. Perlman).

    Psychoeducational Evaluation of a Bilingual Student with a Visual Impairment (Sarah Gaines).

    Be Careful What You Ask For: It s Hard to Measure Progress with Standard Scores (John O. Willis).

    Memory and Processing Assessments: A Report for Parents (Milton J. Dehn).

    Dyslexia and Dysgraphia: The Lasting Impact on the Development of Reading and Writing Skills (Nancy Mather).

    Oral and Written Language Influences on Academic and Social Functioning: A Whole Child Approach (Blanche Podhajski and Frances Ingram).

    Process Assessment of the Learner, 2nd Edition (PAL II): Comprehensive Assessment for Evidence Based, Treatment Relevant Differential Diagnosis of Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Oral and Written Language Learning Disability (OWL LD), and Dyscalculia (Virginia W. Berninger).

    Math Problem Solving: Applying a Processing Model to LD Determination (Gail M. Cheramie, Linda Hernandez Parks, and Ashley Schuler).

    Nonverbal Learning Disabilities or Asperger s Syndrome? Clarification through Cognitive Hypothesis Testing (Lisa A. Hain and James B. Hale).

    Applying a Multi Level Interpretive Framework with an Emphasis on the Assessment of Executive Functions (George McCloskey).

    Assessment of Non Verbal Learning Disabilities (Christopher J. Nicholls).

    Actively Involving an Adolescent in the Evaluation Process from Intake to Feedback: Promoting Positive Outcomes (Elizabeth O. Lichtenberger and Nadeen L. Kaufman).

    A Comprehensive Evaluation of a High School Student: When Social Emotional Functioning and Specific Learning Disabilities Interact (Toby D. Laird).

    ADHD: To Be or Not to Be? That Was the Question (Ron Dumont).

    Assessing an Adolescent English Language Learner: Teasing Apart the Threads of Two Languages (Deborah Rhein).

    Neuropsychological Evaluation of an Adolescent with Moderate Mental Retardation: The Importance of Making an Accurate Diagnosis (Janice Sammons and Judith M. Kroese).

    The Impact of Slow Processing Speed on Performance (Jane McClure).

    Falling through the Cracks: An Adolescent with a Severe Reading Disability (Bashir Abu Hamour, Annmarie Urso, Nancy Mather).

    A Multiple Measures Approach to Assessing a Student who is Deaf (Lisa S. Coyner).

    Comprehensive Assessment of an Attention Based Learning Problem: Capturing the Relevance of Psychological Vital Signs (Thomas M. Brunner).

    It s Not Just Scores: Qualitative Analysis and Intra Individual Differences in the Accurate Diagnosis of Learning Disabilities (Lynne E. Jaffe).

    Psychoeducational Assessment of a Juvenile Offender in a Correctional Setting (Christina Vasquez and Richard Morris).

    When the Child with Specific Learning Disabilities Grows Up (Nicole Ofiesh).

    A Comprehensive Evaluation of a High Functioning Secondary Student with Dyslexia (Chris Coleman).

    Use of Nonverbal Cognitive Assessment to Distinguish Learning Disabilities from Second Language Learning Difficulties (Sherry Mee Bell).

    The Enduring Nature of Specific Learning Disability: A College Freshman with a Specific Reading Disability (Barbara J. Wendling).

    Comprehensive Evaluation of a Hard of Hearing High School Student in a Rural Setting (Kelly Metz).

    Assessment of a Cognitively Capable Student Who is Struggling to Succeed in College (Andrew Shanock).

    Making the Most of One s Strengths: When Verbal Intelligence and Dedication to Succeed Overcome Late Identification (Michael E. Gerner).

    Use of the Stanford Binet Fifth Edition in a Brain Injury Case (Gale Roid and Krystle Edwards).

    Psycheducational Evaluation of an Adult for LD and ADHD: Integrating Neuropsychological Measures into Cross Battery Assessment (Cathy Fiorello).

    Appendix A: Table of Reports.

    Appendix B: Guidelines for Writing Psychoeducational Assessment Reports.

    Appendix C: Test Acronyms.
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    Paperback / softback
    672 pagina's
    Januari 2010
    1542 gram
    276 x 216 x 34 mm
    John Wiley & Sons Inc us

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