The accurate interpretation of large numbers of neuropsychological tests within a flexible battery approach is a difficult and sometimes a controversial  process.  We present a statistically based method of interpretation (Rohling’s Interpretive Method or RIM) and evaluation of neuropsychological data that allows for varying numbers of tests along a varying number of cognitive domains, and yet remains psychometrically based.  This method requires informed clinical judgment in the use of tests, cognitive domains, and global indices as the backdrop for interpretive decisions.  Specific procedures for use are presented in a systematic, detailed fashion to allow the interested reader to replicate the method.

Rebuttal to RIM Criticism

NAN 2004 Presentation

RIM CCPN Presentation

Rohling Integrated NAN presentation