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Neuropsychological Testing for

Here are some reasons you may be looking for a psychological or neuropsychological evaluation for your child or adolescent:


Cognitive/Learning Problems including (but not limited to):

  • Intelligence Testing

  • Broad or Specific Learning Disabilities

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

  • Developmental Delays

  • Processing Disorders

  • Memory Problems

  • Selective Mutism


Emotional/Behavioral Problems including (but not limited to):

  • General Anxiety

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

  • Test Anxiety

  • School Refusal

  • Phobias

  • Separation Anxiety

  • Performance Fears

  • Tics

  • Sleep Problems

  • Gaming Addiction

  • Mood Swings

  • Depression

  • Behavioral Disorder

  • Oppositionality/Noncompliance

  • Conduct Problems

  • Social Skills Deficits


Evaluation goals include (but not limited to):

  • Psychological/Neuropsychological Diagnosis

  • Academic Accommodations and 504/IEP Plan Development

  • Inform Emotional/Behavioral Treatment Decisions and Goals

  • Evaluation of Treatment Effectiveness

  • Differential Diagnoses


Our doctors are specialists in the Neuropsychological Assessment of children and adolescents. 

Some of the available Neuropsychological and Psychological tests are as follows:


  • Wechsler Intelligence Inventory for Children-Fifth Edition

  • Woodcock Johnson Test of Cognitive Abilities-Fourth Edition


  • Woodcock Johnson Tests of Achievement-Fourth Edition

  • Wide Range Achievement Test-Fifth Edition


Broad-Range Abilities Test

  • NEPSY-Second Edition (A Developmental Neuropsychological Assessment)

Executive Functioning

  • Delis Kaplan Executive Functioning System

  • Rey Complex Figure Test

  • Wisconsin Card Sort Task

  • Color Word Interference Test


Visual Memory

  • Rey Complex Figure Test

  • Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning-Third Edition


Verbal Memory

  • California Verbal Learning Test – Children’s Edition

  • Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning-Third Edition



  • Conners Continuous Performance Test-Third Edition



  • Rey Complex Figure Test




  • Behavior Assessment for Children-Third Edition

  • Personality Assessment Inventory for Adolescents

  • Beck Youth Inventories-Second Edition

  • Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales-Third Edition

  • Adaptive Behavior Assessment System-Third Edition



  • Multidimensional Assessment Scale for Children-Second Edition


Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity

  • Conners-Fourth Edition

  • Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF2)


If you need a test that is not listed here, please call and talk to us. This is a sample of tests which we use at SPS.  There are many more tests available.

We are specialists in identifying and treating ADHD.


Attention Deficit Disorder, biological in nature, affects people’s ability to focus, regulate their impulses, and maintain stillness. According to the CDCP, around 11% of children between the ages of 4 and 17 have been given an ADHD diagnosis. Recognizing ADHD early can have a significant impact on how well a child does at home, in school and in friendships. The main signs include impulsivity, hyperactivity and difficulty focusing. It might be challenging to determine whether a specific conduct is an indication of ADHD because all kids have the capacity to behave in this manner occasionally. The best method to avoid over-diagnosis or under-diagnosis is to have a child neuropsychologist with specific training analyze the younger.

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To make an appointment, please contact Summit Psychological Services at:

482 Springfield Avenue, Summit (2nd Floor)

Tel: (908) 273 - 5558


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