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Random Acts of Commenting

Friday, January 12th, 2007

Johnny 5 Still AliveThe myriad of elves behind our web platform have been hard at work in these first few weeks of 2007 bringing you a brand new look to the EEG Info family of websites. Not only should you expect easier navigation and a fantastic new look to our site, but also some great new features like FREE COMMENT FIELDS! You should start noticing that some of our pages have a new face already. Our new Newsletter interface will make it easier for you to search and find past newsletters, and even get notified through our RSS feed of new newsletters the moment they are posted. Also, we have a brand new online shop that comes with a smart new look. Now you can track your purchase history, login to track shipping progress and back order information on your items. (more…)

Brief Reliable Assessments

Thursday, October 5th, 2006

I’ve been amazed at how some notables in this field have ignored the enormous data base in neuropsychology and either invented their own tests or else used really dumb tests which have not been validated on populations like the ones we see, and have limited face validity, and poor reliability.

I got into psychology whilst running under-funded practical field programs in the slums and among migratory field farmers so I have always wanted quick, dirty, reliable tests that are easy to administer and to score. When you sift through the neuropsych
literature with such a hungry, poverty-stricken hand as mine has been then you come up with challenging studies. For example: (more…)


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