The Neuropsychology Service evaluates patients with a wide variety of neurologic disorders to clarify a diagnosis, guide a doctor in determining the most appropriate treatment, evaluate how a disease or disorder is progressing, or assess a patient’s recovery. Neuropsychological evaluations are often performed following a concussion, serious brain trauma, stroke or other neurologic injury. These assessments examine how well a patient’s brain is working based on their responses to tests that measure memory, attention, perception and problem-solving.