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neuropsychologist

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who is versed in neuropsychology.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A neurologist or psychologist whose speciality is neuropsychology

Etymologies

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neuro- +‎ psychologist

Examples

  • Heretofore, a doctor who wanted to evaluate neurocognitive function had to refer his or her patient to a neuropsychologist which is very expensive.

    Alvaro Fernandez: We Need to Reinvent Brain Care

  • Heretofore, a doctor who wanted to evaluate neurocognitive function had to refer his or her patient to a neuropsychologist which is very expensive.

    Alvaro Fernandez: We Need to Reinvent Brain Care

  • Heretofore, a doctor who wanted to evaluate neurocognitive function had to refer his or her patient to a neuropsychologist which is very expensive.

    Alvaro Fernandez: We Need to Reinvent Brain Care

  • Armande Gil, a French neuropsychologist who earned her Ph.D. in the U.S., said she had a job offer in a Florida hospital that was contingent on getting the green card.

    Green Card Applicants File Suit Over Glitch

  • But the tests, which are mandatory for hundreds of thousands of amateur and professional athletes in the United States, have a high "false negative" rate, according to Christopher Randolph, a neuropsychologist at Loyola University Health System.

    Validity of baseline concussion tests questioned

  • To me, as a neuropsychologist, this must mean the effects on the neural structures supporting reading are different in the two sexes, said lead author Elizabeth B. Isaacs, a senior research fellow at the Childhood Nutrition Research Centre at University College London's Institute of Child Health.

    Can fatty acids in breast milk or formula make kids smarter?

  • They should be asking their patients if they have any complaints 1/8about memory or thinking skills3/8, said study lead author Rebecca Amariglio, a neuropsychologist with Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston.

    Certain 'senior moments' may signal mental decline

  • Sometimes, areas of the brain that seem damaged can recover, said Mark Sherer, a neuropsychologist at the rehab center.

    Doctor: Giffords' transfer to Houston flawless

  • Armande Gil, a French neuropsychologist who earned her Ph.D. in the U.S., said she had a job offer in a Florida hospital that was contingent on getting the green card.

    Green Card Applicants File Suit Over Glitch

  • But the tests, which are mandatory for hundreds of thousands of amateur and professional athletes in the United States, have a high "false negative" rate, according to Christopher Randolph, a neuropsychologist at Loyola University Health System.

    Validity of baseline concussion tests questioned

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    August 9, 2011