Myths of neuropsychology: further considerations.

@article{Dodrill1999MythsON,
  title={Myths of neuropsychology: further considerations.},
  author={Carl B. Dodrill},
  journal={The Clinical neuropsychologist},
  year={1999},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={562-72}
}
The publication of "Myths of Neuropsychology" (Dodrill, 1997) has stimulated three responses, each of which takes issue with points in the original publication. These three responses especially address Myth #4 ("Above-average performances on neuropsychological tests are expected when intellectual abilities are above average") and to a lesser degree Myth #1 ("We have a good knowledge of the constructs that our tests measure"). The present paper reviews the thoughts and new data which these… CONTINUE READING