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(p. 99) Ethical Standards of Practice in Neuropsychology 

(p. 99) Ethical Standards of Practice in Neuropsychology
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(p. 99) Ethical Standards of Practice in Neuropsychology
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Greg J. Lamberty

and Nathaniel W. Nelson

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195387445.003.0007
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date: 14 November 2019

Chapter 7 explores some of the more commonly encountered ethical issues that may arise during neuropsychological evaluation, including informed consent, test and measurement selection, cultural and diversity issues, release of information, the patient report, and feedback. Topics are presented across three chronological phases: pre-evaluation, evaluation proper, and post-evaluation.

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