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Revised Comprehensive Norms for an Expanded Halstead-Reitan Battery: Demographically Adjusted Neuropsychological Norms for African American and Caucasian Adults

Robert K. Heaton, PhD, ABPP, S. Walden Miller, PhD, Michael J. Taylor, PhD, and Igor Grant, MD

Provides a normative system that assists in interpreting test data for an expanded Halstead-Reitan Battery
Paper and pencil, Online scoring via PARiConnect
Age range:
20 years to 85 years
5-10 minutes to score with Scoring Program
Qualification level:
A degree from an accredited 4-year college or university in psychology, counseling, speech-language pathology, or a closely related field plus satisfactory completion of coursework in test interpretation, psychometrics and measurement theory, educational statistics, or a closely related area; or license or certification from an agency that requires appropriate training and experience in the ethical and competent use of psychological tests. Close

Support you need when using the Halstead-Reitan


This normative system is designed to help you interpret results from the tests in an expanded Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Test Battery.

Features and benefits


  • Save time by generating a score report via PARiConnect. A digital kit includes the e-Manual plus 25 score reports. 
  • Provides test score corrections based on age, gender, education, and race/ethnicity for more than 50 test measures, including core Halstead-Reitan measures; lateralized sensorimotor and psychomotor Halstead-Reitan measures; and additional tests of executive functions, attention, memory, spatial, verbal/academic, and motor skills.
  • Improves neurodiagnostic accuracy by providing simultaneous corrections for demographic variables that can relate significantly to test performance: age, education, gender, and race/ethnicity.
  • Demographically corrected norms substantially increase the probability of correctly identifying individuals who have or do not have brain disorders.
  • Converts raw scores on diverse tests to a common score metric—important when you need to compare an individual’s test results with normal expectations based on that person’s demographic characteristics, it also helps you analyze an individual’s patterns of strengths and deficits across tests.
  • Includes the new Global Deficit Score, which reflects the number and severity of impaired performances on the expanded HRB.