Center for Neuropsychological Services

Center for Neuropsychological Services

MSC 09 5030
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: 505-272-8833
Fax: 505-272-8316

Psychology Graduate Student Neuropsychology Practica: Adult and/or Child/Adolescent

The purpose of the neuropsychology practicum is to provide students the opportunity to develop clinical skills regarding how to

  • conduct clinical interviews that address neurocognitive issues associated with various neurological disorders
  • design appropriate neuropsychological test batteries based on the patient and the referral questions
  • administer, score and interpret a wide variety of neuropsychological tests/instruments for children and adolescents.

Graduate students are trained in writing reports and providing feedback to patients and referring clinicians. They receive supplemental readings regarding neuropsychological assessment and brain behavior relationships of various neurological conditions. Neuropsychological assessment opportunities for adult and child/adolescent patients are possible. Supervision by neuropsychologists with extensive experience in the assessment of children and adolescents with a wide range of patient populations or adults with various neurological and psychiatric conditions is provided on-site. For more information contact Dr. Richard Campbell at 272-8833 or rcampbell@salud.unm.edu.