estudios neuropsicológicos

English translation: neuropsychological study

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Spanish term or phrase:estudio neuropsicológico
English translation:neuropsychological study
Entered by: Marion Marshrons

04:46 Feb 26, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Medical
Spanish term or phrase: estudios neuropsicológicos
Results of medical tests as cited in court case.

Is this simply "neuropsychological studies (or tests?)" or is a different expression usually used in English?
Marion Marshrons
United Kingdom
Local time: 21:19
neuropsychological studies
Explanation:
Hello again. Straight translation once more: Link 1: "Neuropsychological Studies
Neuropsychological Studies. There are generally two types of memory
impairments: that can occur as a result of brain damage: ..." And link 2: "ADHD & Autism - Neuropsychological Studies
ADHD & Autism - Neuropsychological Studies. Reliability
of EF performance (Pennington & Ozonoff, 1996). ... ". No prob. Good luck :-)
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Paul Roige (X)
Spain
Local time: 22:19
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Both answers were useful but I can only choose one!
Thanks to both.
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naneuropsychological assessment(s) OR neuropsychological tests (OR testing...OR test results)
Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
naneuropsychological studies
Paul Roige (X)


  

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neuropsychological studies


Explanation:
Hello again. Straight translation once more: Link 1: "Neuropsychological Studies
Neuropsychological Studies. There are generally two types of memory
impairments: that can occur as a result of brain damage: ..." And link 2: "ADHD & Autism - Neuropsychological Studies
ADHD & Autism - Neuropsychological Studies. Reliability
of EF performance (Pennington & Ozonoff, 1996). ... ". No prob. Good luck :-)


    www.psych.utoronto.ca/~joordens/courses/PsyA01/Chapter8/ tsld036.htm
    www.cpmc.columbia.edu/homepages/thw7001/presentations/970314/ tsld015.htm
Paul Roige (X)
Spain
Local time: 22:19
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in CatalanCatalan
PRO pts in pair: 442
Grading comment
Both answers were useful but I can only choose one!
Thanks to both.

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neuropsychological assessment(s) OR neuropsychological tests (OR testing...OR test results)


Explanation:
If court evidence is based on a particular case/ person / subject, I'd go with "tests" or assessment (generic term).

If court evidence is based on broader-base assessment, I'd use "studies".

SEE FOLLOWING (all are related to court evidence):

Neuropsychological Test Batteries

psychiatric, psychological and neuropsychological evaluations

and neuropsychological testing

As court evidence neuropsychological test results must give more than a current assessment of the injured persons functioning ability on a myriad of tests.

... permit the admissibility of neuropsychological testimony was the Court ...

The Admissibility Of Scientific Evidence
Somehow, the concept that medical analysis and diagnosis (including psychological and neuropsychological testing), should not be included within the parameters of science seems strained, if not incredible.



which the trial court sustained.


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Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
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Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 97
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