The Neuropsychological Assessment Battery (NAB) assesses a wide range of cognitive skills and functions in adults from 18-97 years of age.
The NAB consists of five domain-specific modules: Attention, Language, Memory, Spatial, and Executive Functions. A sixth module, Screening, allows the clinician to determine which of the other five domain-specific modules are appropriate to administer to an individual patient. Each of the six NAB modules is self-contained and may be administered independently of the other modules.
Each of the 33 NAB tests has two equivalent, parallel forms that were created and normed simultaneously to facilitate re-evaluation while avoiding practice effects.
The NAB US Census-Matched Norms Manual provides US census matched norms, separate to the demographic norms.