Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Pushing the edge of the contemporary cognitive (CHC) theory: New directions for psychologists

I just returned from Australia where I made a number of presentations.  Two were at the 2010 16th Annual APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists Conference

Earlier today I just posted the slides (at my SlideShare site - click here) from my 2+ hour workshop:  New directions in neuropsychological assessment: Augmenting neuropsychological assessment with CHC cognitive measures.

I have now posted the other presentation - Pushing the edge of the contemporary cognitive (CHC) theory:  New directions for psychologists (click here to view).  Below is a brief description of the slide show
  • This is the current version of my previous "Beyond CHC theory" module.  It presents my current thinking [based on extensive exploratory and confirmatory analysis of multiple data sets (esp. the WJ III norm data and WJ III joint cross-battery data sets) plus the integration of contemporary cognitive, neurocognitive, intelligence and neuropsychological research] re: potential future evolutions of the Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) model of human cognitive abilities.  This current presentation was last presented at the CNN (neuropsych) conference the first week of October, 2010, in Fremantle Australia.

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