Open Access Review Article

The WAIS-4 as a Supplementary Part of a Neurological Examination

Michael F Shaughnessy*

Eastern New Mexico University, New Mexico

Corresponding Author

Received Date: December 10, 2020;  Published Date: January 08, 2021

An intelligence test is often a major part of any neurological examination. However, as tests as revised, clinicians are often unaware of changes in intelligence tests, and some clinicians have scanty knowledge of the content of most intelligence tests. This paper attempts to address this issue. In most neurological examinations, there is administered some sort of intellectual measure to ascertain the client’s/patient’s general functioning. As often happens, intelligence tests go thru revisions on occasion, and not all readers of neurological reports are familiar with the subtle nuances of various revisions.

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