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An Architecture Proposal for Adaptive Neuropsychological Assessment [chapter]

María M. Antequera, M. Teresa Daza, Francisco Guil, Jose M. Juárez, Ginesa López-Crespo
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this work we present the architecture of an special sort of software capable of changing its presentation depending on the behavior of a particular user.  ...  In this domain, one of the most important topic is the design of task for the assessment of patients with cerebral damage.  ...  Following the same logic as the implicit adaptive methods, we propose an architecture of an adaptive application for neuropsychological assessment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02264-7_44 fatcat:ccl2k2ad5vbr7hgbxsnrli66x4

Attention and Other Constructs: Evolution or Revolution?

Leonard F. Koziol, Lauren A. Barker, Laura Jansons
2015 Applied neuropsychology. Child  
This has significant implications for the future of neuropsychological assessment and intervention.  ...  Future implications for clinical practice must focus on connectivity patterns rather than the idea of "domains" or "constructs" when considering attention and other cognitive processes.  ...  In aggregate, behavioral assessment and neuropsychological evaluation generate an entirely new ''product.''  ... 
doi:10.1080/21622965.2015.1005482 pmid:25719389 fatcat:tz242j66p5ayvbzsjqo673ofv4

Neurocognitive endophenotypes: an update on the Field

Jorge Mauricio Cuartas Arias, Douglas Londoño
2016 International Journal of Psychological Research  
Executive functioning is an integral component for human development of adaptive cognitive and behavioral patterns to favor the success as a species.  ...  From this perspective, Hansell and his group proposed an approach to what can be called a 'cognitive complexity metric' that can be conceptualized as relational processing.  ... 
doi:10.21500/20112084.2094 fatcat:wh5krq5ngbbzbjvhbrw6psqpb4

A Developmental-Psychobiological Approach to Developmental Neuropsychology

George F. Michel
2001 Developmental Neuropsychology  
This article presents an argument for incorporating aspects of the conceptual framework of developmental psychobiology into the framework of developmental neuropsychology.  ...  Then, it is proposed that developmental psychobiology can make four direct contributions to developmental neuropsychology.  ...  For example, Edith Kaplan (1991) proposed that assessment adopt a process approach that would provide information about how the individual performed the tasks of the assessment, rather than information  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15326942dn1901_2 pmid:11411419 fatcat:zoflxx6bc5bxxhtx2zd56lte2y

Using Artificial Neural Networks for Identifying Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment Associated with Depression Using Neuropsychological Test Features

Virginia Mato-Abad, Isabel Jiménez, Rafael García-Vázquez, José Aldrey, Daniel Rivero, Purificación Cacabelos, Javier Andrade-Garda, Juan Pías-Peleteiro, Santiago Rodríguez-Yáñez
2018 Applied Sciences  
Therefore, it should be taken into account in the classification of MCI subtypes for future research, including depression as an essential variable in the classification of a patient with cognitive impairment  ...  associated with depression as an entity by using the scores of an extensive neurological examination.  ...  between the proposed architectures. • Cut-off value selection.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app8091629 fatcat:tgxvkplbc5fs5bpmn5lhq3gfla

Page 4624 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 91, Issue 12 [page]

2004 Psychological Abstracts  
These results show that neurally complex dynamics can accompany adaptive behavior in rich environmental and phenotypic conditions; they are consistent with the proposal that neural complexity may represent  ...  (see record 33468)examining the assessment of risk of recidi- vism in sexual offenders.  ... 

A tribute to professor Glyn Humphreys

Magdalena Chechlacz, Celine R. Gillebert
2016 Neuropsychologia  
From the 1980s onwards, Glyn devoted himself with enthusiasm and thirst for knowledge to the field of cognitive neuropsychology.  ...  patients with neglect, extinction and simultanagnosia, provided an important theoretical framework underlying many papers published in this special issue, which he coedited until his sudden death.  ...  His joint passion for cognitive and clinical neuropsychology resulted in the development of two powerful assessment tools, the Birmingham Cognitive Screen Contents lists available at ScienceDirect journal  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2016.06.029 pmid:27343689 pmcid:PMC5127872 fatcat:ssengm2ynnc7tj3ukgws2zz4ky

Observation of Tumour-induced Reorganization in Structural and Functional Architecture of the Brain in Three Pre-surgical Patients with Left Frontal-temporal Brain Tumour: A Combination of MEG, DTI and Neuropsychological Assessment

Hanani Abdul Manan, Zamzuri Idris, Mohammed Faruque Reza, Wan Nor Azlen Wan Mohamad, Jafri Malin Abdullah
2017 Sains Malaysiana  
The present observation will be discussed in term of the mechanism of tumour induced reorganization and changes with the corroborating evidence from MEG, DTI and neuropsychological assessment.  ...  Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) with fibre tracking was performed to further investigate this brain laterality modification and the findings confirmed there is an alteration in the left hemisphere fibre  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors wish to thank Hazim Omar for data acquisition and Nur Amalina Hashim for neuropsychology assessment from Department of Neurosciences, Health Campus Universiti Sains Malaysia  ... 
doi:10.17576/jsm-2017-4610-26 fatcat:gblkyee5jvblhozhw7t44zpeyi

Architecture of cognitive flexibility revealed by lesion mapping

Aron K. Barbey, Roberto Colom, Jordan Grafman
2013 NeuroImage  
The observed findings motivate an integrative framework for understanding the neural foundations of adaptive behavior, suggesting that core elements of cognitive flexibility emerge from a distributed network  ...  Regression analyses revealed that latent scores for psychometric intelligence reliably predict latent scores for cognitive flexibility (adjusted R(2)=0.94).  ...  Tasick for their invaluable help with the testing of participants and organization of this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.05.087 pmid:23721727 pmcid:PMC3790579 fatcat:6c3vfj6m3vcwve2jomvhb7lqle

From Movement to Thought: The Development of Executive Function

Leonard F. Koziol, Jacob T. Lutz
2013 Applied neuropsychology. Child  
The proposals of this article imply that neuropsychology needs to develop and adjust its tool kit for assessing EF according to the simple definition offered that requires a dual-tiered system of behavioral  ...  Therefore, the "EF" that is necessary for survival has a changing locus of control that does not appear to be captured by neuropsychological test paradigms for the assessment of EF.  ... 
doi:10.1080/21622965.2013.748386 pmid:23848244 fatcat:vswta6xkvvd55i67tfb7vp7gxq

Investigating imaging network markers of cognitive dysfunction and pharmacoresistance in newly diagnosed epilepsy: a protocol for an observational cohort study in the UK

Christophe de Bézenac, Marta Garcia-Finana, Gus Baker, Perry Moore, Nicola Leek, Rajiv Mohanraj, Leonardo Bonilha, Mark Richardson, Anthony Guy Marson, Simon Keller
2019 BMJ Open  
Patients will be followed up every 6 months for a 24-month period to assess treatment outcomes.  ...  Baseline assessments will include neuropsychological evaluation, structural and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Electroencephalography (EEG), and a blood and saliva sample.  ...  All authors share responsibility for the contents of the submitted manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2019-034347 pmid:31619436 pmcid:PMC6797398 fatcat:ppivyp3p2fc65br3s3px3obf7i

Large-Scale Brain Systems and Subcortical Relationships: Practical Applications

Leonard F. Koziol, Lauren A. Barker, Skip Hrin, Arthur W. Joyce
2014 Applied neuropsychology. Child  
This article describes an interactive paradigm for understanding brain functioning. This model requires both explicit and implicit learning processes.  ...  Applications of current neuropsychological tests are presented within this interactive paradigm.  ...  Because this principle and process were strongly conserved during phylogeny, we also proposed a paradigm shift for neuropsychological evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1080/21622965.2014.946809 pmid:25268688 fatcat:sw2wpbssmvh7pon777slvbnczu

Intelligence and specific cognitive functions in intellectual disability

Marco O. Bertelli, Sally-Ann Cooper, Luis Salvador-Carulla
2017 Current Opinion in Psychiatry  
Summary: The current model of intelligence, based on IQ, is of limited utility for ID, given the wide range and variability of cognitive functions and adaptive capacities.  ...  Assessing level of individual impairment in executive and specific cognitive functions may be a more useful alternative.  ...  Such testing may identify areas of relative strengths and weaknesses, an assessment important for academic and vocational planning. " Within this approach, cognitive skills should be assessed in the most  ... 
doi:10.1097/yco.0000000000000387 pmid:29206685 fatcat:go7zyalfdnctxfvlpj43sju3qy

Bottom-up Approach of Modeling Human Decision Making for Building Intelligent Agents

R. John Martin, S. Sujatha
2016 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
Background/Objectives: Cognitive modeling of decision making with reference to the cognitive architectures and base theories is an ideal approach for building intelligent agents.  ...  Base theories of human cognition are also adopted for the chosen architectures to strengthen the modeling process.  ...  In this section two popular theories are being proposed with significant importance. The first one is neuropsychological theory called DFT.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2016/v9i4/81628 fatcat:fra4z3g255awtlqhp27rpvgqdi

Proceedings of the 2015 NFB IG Conference

Michelle Aniftos
2015 NeuroRegulation  
There will be (a) an examination of quantitative EEG as a parametric tool for assessing the regulation of brain systems function, (b) the role of neuropsychological assessment, and (c) coverage of theoretical  ...  This talk will discuss the functional architecture and electrophysiological underpinnings of neurofeedback therapy, together with a review of assessment and treatment methods.  ... 
doi:10.15540/nr.2.2.106 fatcat:a4g6vehganbjtcmgxjrzkiegtm
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