The NAB is a comprehensive and conormed assessment that offers the combined strengths of both a flexible and fixed battery to allow clinicians to focus on specific areas of concern.
The NAB consists of five domain-specific modules: Attention, Language, Memory, Spatial, and Executive Functions. A sixth module, Screening, allows the clinician to determine which of the other five domain-specific modules are appropriate to administer to an individual patient. Each of the six NAB modules is self-contained and may be administered independently of the other modules.
Note: If you are purchasing a NAB module kit—with the exception of the Screening Module—we strongly recommend that you also purchase the NAB Administration, Scoring, and Interpretation Manual (Item #5088–TM) and the NAB Demographically Corrected Norms Manual (Item #5091–TM). All kits include the NAB Video Training Program DVD and the NAB-SP.
Qualification Level: C—NAB Complete Kit; NAB Form 1 Kit; Kits and components of Attention, Memory, Spatial, and Executive Function modules; Score Summary/Profile Forms; NAB Video Training Program; and NAB Daily Living tests.
Qualification Level: B—NAB Screening Kit, four NAB Manuals, Screening Module Kit and components, NAB-SP, and NAB Screening Video Training Program.
Qualification Level: B or S—NAB Language Module Kit and components.
"...the NAB is generally comparable to traditional language and visuospatial measures, and it sufficiently detects attention and executive deficits."
—Pulsipher, D.T., Stricker, N.H., Sadek, J.R., & Haaland, K.Y. (2013). Clinical utility of the Neuropsychological Assessment Battery (NAB) after unilateral stroke. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 27, 924-945.
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