1. Skills in Neuropsychological Assessment—including chart review, interview and history, behavioral observations, test administration and scoring, feedback to patient/family, report preparation, consultation with referral sources, and follow-up.
  2. Knowledge of Basic Neurosciences—including competent working knowledge of functional neuroanatomy and psychopharmacology.
  3. Knowledge of Neurobehavioral Syndromes—including competent working knowledge of neurobehavioral syndromes and their correlates.
  4. Ability to interpret and integrate Neuroimaging and ancillary diagnostic procedures.
  5. Appreciation of issues pertaining to Lifespan Development.