82| Neuropsychological Norms for Spanish Speaking People in the U.S. – With Dr. Maria Marquine
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This episode is a conversation about neuropsychological norms for Spanish speaking people who reside in the U.S. It focuses on the NP-NUMBRS project, which provides norms for a multidomain cognitive battery completed by Spanish speakers from the U.S.-Mexico border region. Additional topics covered include shared aspects of Hispanic/Latinx culture that are relevant to neuropsychologists, the importance of co-normed cognitive batteries in neuropsychology, and cognitive effects of bilingualism, among others.

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