Until now, clinical neuropsychologists had few guidelines to assist them in determining if a change in a patient's performance across assessments was due to an intervention, maturation, practice effects or a combination of factors. The editors of Practitioner's Guide to Evaluating Change With Neuropsychological Assessment Instruments have done a thorough review of the literature from 1970-1998 and extracted and compiled all reported information on practice effects. Each table in this volume includes information on the subject/patient groups, the n, gender, age, intervention, interval between assessments, scores at both assessment points, and the original reference citation. The tables are listed alphabetically for the seventy-five most widely used assessment instruments. This one-of-a-kind reference will provide clinicians, as well as researchers with an invaluable resource.McCaffrey, Robert J. is the author of 'Practitioner's Guide to Evaluating Change With Neuropsychological Assessment Instruments' with ISBN 9780306463617 and ISBN 030646361X.