The following are some references that address the scientifically-validated neuropsychological test battery we administer, as well as issues relating to validated versus non-validated neuropsychological testing, in general:
- Kolitz, B. P., & Kolitz Russell, S. (2012). The usefulness of a validated neuropsychological test battery in
scientifically supporting and communicating forensic evaluation results. In E. W. Russell (Ed.), The scientific foundation of neuropsychological assessment: With applications to forensic assessment
(pp. 341-357). London: Elsevier.
- Kolitz Russell, S. L., & Russell, E.W. (2008). Using the MCMI-III in neuropsychological evaluations.
In T. Millon & C. Bloom (Eds.), The Millon Inventories: A practitioner’s guide to personalized clinical assessment (2nd ed., pp. 244-269). New York: The Guilford Press.
- Russell, E. W. (2004). The operating characteristics of the major HRNES-R measures. Archives of Clinical
Neuropsychology, 19, 1043-1061.
- Russell, E. W. (2012). The scientific foundation of neuropsychological assessment: With applications to forensic assessment. London: Elsevier.
- Russell, E. W., Russell, S. L. K., & Hill, B. D. (2005). The fundamental psychometric status of
neuropsychological batteries. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 20, 785-794. [reprinted as Chapter 7 in: The Scientific Foundation of Neuropsychological Assessment]