Tag Archive for: neuropsychology

What Wendy Williams teaches us about dementia

As talk show host Wendy Williams grapples with dementia, the rest of us can learn a lot about the disease.

Broadening the understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease

In this Q&A, Dr. Heather Snyder discusses Alzheimer’s Disease research and enumerates efforts to raise awareness about the disorder.

This is your brain on love

On Valentine’s Day and every other day of the year, love triggers fascinating phenomena inside our brains.

With CTE, correlation does not equal causation

Despite what we read in the media, reports of the connection between concussions and CTE may be greatly exaggerated.

The secrets to optimizing your brain

Elite performers have two things in common: They know how to be resilient, and how to get the most out of their brains.

Understanding more about young adults and ADHD

ADHD diagnoses in young adults are on the rise, presenting challenges in how to diagnose and treat this population.

What is cognitive fitness, and how it is assessed

Cognitive fitness is important, especially in our elected leaders. But what is it? Why does it matter? And how is it measured?

The pros and cons of teleneuropsychology

Remote neuropsychological testing has benefits and drawbacks. It also likely is the way of the future.

NAN education paper reviews lifestyle factor science and neuropsychology

A recent paper co-authored by NAN experts reviews the many connections between lifestyle choices and brain health.

The benefits of early intervention in neurodivergent children

For children who experience developmental delays, early intervention can make a huge difference with regard to quality of life.