A Gallery of Session "Art"

Written By: W. Howard Buddin Jr., Ph.D.
Published On: 04/02/2014

We have recently started working on a few articles that will cover existing and emerging hardware and apps that can provide some degree of enhancement/rehabilitation to individuals with typical and atypical neurocognitive trajectories. In anticipation of these articles, it seemed like a good idea to provide a quick example of how a readily-available app can be used in everyday clinical practice.

I frequently use Penultimate for both feedback and psychoeducation. This application provides a blank slate that, in combination with a stylus, [1] affords free-form writing or drawing. Below are some examples, drawn (literally and figuratively) from clinical cases, [2] of Penultimate in action.

Scores greater than 50th percentile
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Scores greater than 50th percentile
Clustering of Abilities
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Clustering of Abilities
Potential Mood Variations
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Potential Mood Variations
Return to Work

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Return to Work
Speech Components

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Speech Components
Cognitive Errors

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Cognitive Errors
Yerkes-Dodson

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Yerkes-Dodson

  1. Not required.  ↩

  2. None of the information represents or can be tied to any PHI/PII.  ↩

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