Evaluating the effects of treatment for medical disorders: has the value of neuropsychological assessment been fully realized?

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Cognitive functioning can be affected by medical disorders and by the regimens used to treat them. To evaluate the cognitive risks and benefits of specific medical treatments, an increasing number of medical clinical trials have included a formal neuropsychological evaluation. This selective review has three goals: (a) to survey the range of assessment… (More)

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@article{Ryan1998EvaluatingTE, title={Evaluating the effects of treatment for medical disorders: has the value of neuropsychological assessment been fully realized?}, author={Christopher M Ryan and R. J. Hendrickson}, journal={Applied neuropsychology}, year={1998}, volume={5 4}, pages={209-19} }