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Neuropsychological Impairment Scale

NIS
  • Clinton B. Desoto
  • Janet L. Desoto
  • William E. O'Donnell
  • Don McQ. Reynolds
Brief assessment designed to screen for neuropsychological symptoms in adults

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  • NIS Complete Kit
    298WP Qualification Level B

    Includes 25 Self-Report AutoScore Answer Forms, 25 Observer-Report AutoScore Answer Forms, Manual with Senior Interview Supplement and Response Card

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  • NIS Senior Interview Kit
    298DWP Qualification Level B

    Includes Senior Interview AutoScore Answer Forms (pkg 25), and Manual with Senior Interview Supplement and Response Card

    In stock $203.00

    1-4 $203.00
    5-9 $192.85
    10-24 $182.70
    25-50 $172.55
    51+ $162.40
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  • NIS AutoScore Answer Form Observer-Report
    298BWP Qualification Level B

    Pkg of 25

    In stock $104.00

    1-4 $104.00
    5-9 $98.80
    10-24 $93.60
    25-50 $88.40
    51+ $83.20
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  • NIS AutoScore Answer Form Self-Report
    298AWP Qualification Level C

    Pkg of 25

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  • NIS AutoScore Answer Form Senior Interview
    298EWP Qualification Level B

    Pkg of 25

    In stock $104.00

    1-4 $104.00
    5-9 $98.80
    10-24 $93.60
    25-50 $88.40
    51+ $83.20
    Savings are estimated

Overview

Publication date:
1994
Age range:
17 years and older
Qualification level:
B
Scoring options:
Hand-scoring
Administration Format:
Paper-and-pencil

Product Details

The NIS assessment can help elicit dignostically relevant information that patients often fail to mention in a clinical interview.

Observer report adds helpful perspective

  • An alternative version of the assessment, the observer report, can be completed by a relative or close friend of the patient, providing a different perspective on the patient's symptoms.
  • The test also offers the Senior Interview version (40 questions read by the examiner) with the patient indicating responses on a large-print visual cue card.