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Brief Neuropsychological Cognitive Examination (BNCE)

Clinical | Educational | Abilities | Neuropsychology | Academic Functioning

Neuropsychological examinations can be time-consuming and extremely costly; the Brief Neuropsychological Cognitive ExaminationTM(BNCETM) is a cost-effective, short assessment of the major cognitive functions, allowing practitioners to identify and focus on the problematic functions and areas of the brain much easier. The BNCETM is often used in evaluations of the after-effects of head injury, strokes, encephalitis, and to determine the existence of primary degenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, and Pick’s diseases. The BNCETM can also aid practitioners in diagnosing those suffering from seizure disorders, schizophrenia, mood disorders, and alcohol and drug abuse. Moreover, the BNCE can also be used as a general cognitive profile for screening, diagnosis, or intervention follow-ups.

Basic info

Age range

Individuals ages 18 years and older

Administration time

30 minutes

Comparison group

Global norms

Language availability

English

Scoring options

Hand-scorable

Integrated report options

YES

Additional info

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