The Neurobehavior Program provides comprehensive neuropsychology and health psychology services.
For more information or to schedule an initial evaluation, please call our appointment line at: (312) 996-6217
Neuropsychology services include comprehensive assessment services for adult, geriatric, and pediatric patients in whom impairments of cognitive, neuropsychiatric, or developmental functioning are evident or suspected. Our services include outpatient evaluation and inpatient consultation services. Neuropsychological assessment involves a systematic evaluation of higher cognitive abilities such as intelligence, academic skill, memory, language, attention, problem-solving ability, and visual-motor skills, as well as sensorimotor and personality/emotional functioning. There is also a specialty neurodevelopmental clinic for evaluating infants, young children (i.e., 5 years and under), school-aged children, and adults with developmental delay and/or Autism. The Neuropsychology Service can provide assessment and treatment recommendations for a wide range of conditions that may affect functioning, including:
Neuropsychological assessment contributes to clinical decisions about:
The Neuropsychology Service also offers training programs at the graduate externship, internship (http://www.psych.uic.edu/internship/trainOppr.htm), and residency levels (http://www.psych.uic.edu/education/neuropsychology/index.htm).
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