(HRNES™-R) Halstead Russell Neuropsychological Evaluation System™, Revised

by Elbert W. Russell, PhD

(HRNES™-R) Halstead Russell Neuropsychological Evaluation System™, Revised

by Elbert W. Russell, PhD
Benefits Integrates scores from a range of neuropsychological tests, making it easier to tailor an exam to the patient's particular needs
Ages Adults
Scores Scaled scores for each test plus three overall indexes of brain function
Qualifications Level C required.
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This convenient scoring system, available on an unlimited-use CD, gives you a highly individualized assessment. Using a scaling system based on 10 index tests, HRNES-R lets you score measures from both the Halstead-Reitan Battery and clinical practice. You can choose from a range of tests measuring executive, cognitive, language, motor, and perceptual functions—as well as immediate, recent, incidental, rote, and remote memory.

Index Tests
Trails B
Category Test or Short Category Test, Booklet Format
Index Finger Tapping
Digit Symbol (WAIS-III)
Tactual Performance Test—Total Time
Tactual Performance Test—Memory
Speech Perception Test
Block Design (WAIS-III)
Aphasia Screening Test
Perceptual Disorders Exam

Additional Tests
Lateral Dominance Exam, Parts 1 and 2
Trails B
Wechsler Memory Scale, Third Edition
Tactual Performance Test
Rhythm Test
Miami Selective Learning Test
H-Words Test
HRNES-R Analogies Test
Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, Third Edition
Boston Naming Test
Grooved Pegboard Test
Gestalt Identification Test
Design Fluency Test
Corsi Board
All WAIS, WAIS-R, or WAIS-III subtests

Because HRNES-R scores are keyed to the index measures, you can compare results across tests or groups of tests—which is crucial to effective pattern analysis. The program is smooth and easy to work with—you can move through it rapidly, entering data as you go.

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