[Noisebridge-discuss] Fwd: Neuropsychological assessment of children (free!)
hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Sun Sep 1 16:42:25 UTC 2013
Hi folks with children!
My good friend Amanda is finishing up some fancy training and needs to do a
few more psych assessments outside of the schools she works in. I've had
great (albeit rather high variance) results recruiting Neuro subjects from
the hacker community, so I told her I'd forward this around. Amanda is
awesome and brilliant and if you help her out she might also show you her
collection of vintage IQ tests.
Does anyone know if there's a quantified self mailing list I could get this
forwarded to? Feel free to forward.
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From: "Amanda McKerracher" <amanda.mckerracher at gmail.com>
Date: Aug 29, 2013 10:51 PM
Subject: Neuropsychological assessment of children (free!)
To: "Kelly Buchanan" <hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com>
Hi friends (and friends-of-friends),
> I'm doing some training this year on neuropsychological assessment in
> children and need some local kids to practice on. Testing will take
> approximately 6-10 hours total (to be split up across several days), and
> parents will receive the most thorough psychological report on their
> child's cognitive functioning you've ever seen (the template I've been
> provided is 75 pages long and includes tons of data on your kid's
> information processing strengths and weaknesses and suggestions for how to
> help them learn best).
> I need 3 kids total between now and June. Kids should be between ages 7
> and 17. Assessment will be completed free of charge to the parents and will
> be supervised by a licensed PhD-level psychologist. Once the report is
> signed off by my supervisor, all results will be considered valid and can
> be taken to your kid's school or to a tutor if you'd like. I can help you
> with this piece too - I work as a psychologist in an East Bay school
> Let me know if you know anyone who would be appropriate and interested.
> Feel free to forward this email.
> Amanda McKerracher, MA
> PhD Candidate
> Graduate School of Education
> UC Berkeley
> amanda.mckerracher at berkeley.edu
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