Intellectual Disabilities

Intellectual Disabilities

Charles J. Golden, Lisa K. Lashley, Andrew Grego, Johanna Messerly, Ronald Okolichany, Rachel Zachar

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Clinicians within the fields of neuropsychology and school psychology may find this text to be a useful guide in understanding and assessing intellectual disabilities. This resource will provide information regarding the current status of diagnosis, conceptualization, and evaluative methods of intellectual disabilities. Interventions regarding the remediation of the various subtypes of intellectual disabilities will be provided as well as case studies. The focus of this resource is to provide clinicians and students with valuable information in the diagnosis, evaluation and interventions regarding intellectual disabilities.

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Charles J. Golden

Charles J. Golden is nationally and internationally known for his clinical research in the field of neuropsychological and psychological assessment. He has given over 100 invited presentations/workshops, and published over 500 articles, book chapters, and books. He is a Fellow in the American Psychological Association (APA), and holds a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology, and Psychological Assessment.

Lisa K. Lashley

Lisa K. Lashley is a licensed clinical psychologist, assistant director of the Neuropsychology Assessment Center, and assistant professor at Nova Southeastern University, where she completed her PsyD degree, with an emphasis in neuropsychology. She also works with active and retired professional athletes for concussion evaluation. Her current research interests include sports concussion evaluation and management, and cognitive functioning in child, adolescent, adult, and geriatric populations.

Andrew Grego, Johanna Messerly, Ronald Okolichany, and Rachel Zachar

Andrew Grego, Johanna Messerly, Ronald Okolichany, and Rachel Zachar are clinical psychology doctoral candidates with an emphasis in neuropsychology at Nova Southeastern University.