Neuropsychologists' training, experience, and judgment accuracy.

@article{Faust1988NeuropsychologistsTE,
  title={Neuropsychologists' training, experience, and judgment accuracy.},
  author={David Faust and Thomas J. Guilmette and Kate Hart and Hal R. Arkes and F J Fishburne and Lester Davey},
  journal={Archives of clinical neuropsychology : the official journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists},
  year={1988},
  volume={3 2},
  pages={145-63}
}
It is often assumed that judgment accuracy improves as clinical training and experience increase, but the few studies on this topic within neuropsychology have yielded negative findings. In an extension of prior research, we obtained information on background training and experience from a nationally representative sample of clinical neuropsychologists and had each practitioner appraise one from among a series of 10 cases. Except for a possible tendency among more experienced practitioners to… CONTINUE READING

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