Neuropsychological Tests

Neuropsychological Evaluation

A special group of test batteries are used in the examination of dementia or psychiatric, neurological and psychological disorders in people 65 years of age and older with a personalized application. This test battery is conducted for the purpose of evaluating cognitive skills at Moodist Hospital. These cognitive functions are:

• Attention
• Planning
• Language and Naming Skill
• Problem Solving
• Memory

Neuropsychological tests form part of neuropsychological evaluation. These tests are carried out by the Moodist Team to determine the differential diagnosis, monitor the disease or plan rehabilitation. 

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)

It is one of the objective measurement tools frequently used in the field of personality assessment. It can be applied to people aged 16 years and above who have at least primary school education. MMPI helps in the clinical field to determine the diagnosis, severity and course of treatment of psychiatric disorder based on the individual’s current condition.

Rorschach Test 

The Rorschach Test, developed by Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach, is a projective test that provides information about the personality structure of the individual. The Rorschach test is not performed due to personal curiosity; the test must be directed by a specialist due to a clinical need. Although Rorschach is performed by competent people to everyone who has the ability to speak, its evaluation varies according to age range.


It is one of the high reliability measurement tools to help diagnose Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder and to plan effective treatment.  It consists of two separate forms, children (7-12 years) and adults (13 years and older).

It also provides a holistic data in attention, timing, impulsivity and hyperactivity sub-dimensions.


Moodsoft, developed by Moodist Psychiatry and Neurology Hospital to scan for general symptoms, contains commonly used scales. Moodsoft, which is applied internally within the hospital, has the following tests:

  • SCL-90
  • Five Factor Personality Inventory
  • Kocaeli Spiritual Trauma Inventory
  • Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale  
  • Mini-Mental Test
  • Bapirt Scales:
    • Bapirt Alcohol Scale
    • Bapirt Substance Scale
    • Bapint
    • KURT

Moodsoft measurements are important to evaluate the overall symptoms as well as to establish and follow the appropriate treatment plan.

Moodist Cognitive Test (MoodCog)

It is an internet-based test program developed by Moodist Psychiatry and Neurology Hospital to evaluate cognitive functions. This test evaluates the following cognitive functions:

  • Attention
  • Memory
  • Impulsivity
  • Risk-taking

MoodCog is a very important resource for evaluating individuals’ cognitive functions and observing improvement in the treatment process.

Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children IV

The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children IV is a clinical measurement tool that aims to evaluate the cognitive skills of children aged 6 to 16 years and 11 months and is applied individually by competent individuals. With this measurement tool, while it is possible to evaluate the child both within himself/herself and according to his/her peers, at the same time, data are obtained in order to perform the necessary work for the child’s strong or supported skills. WISC-IV is the updated version of WISC-R commonly used for children in the clinical field. Due to the fact that WISC-R was limited to the conditions in the years when it was adapted, it was needed to be renewed with the idea that it did not fully reflect the mental development, strengths and weaknesses of today’s children and that the results obtained were not reliable. WISC-IV, which is based on scientific and up-to-date data for the evaluation of children in the age range it aims to measure, is recognized as the most reliable measurement tool used in the field for planning, working and counselling in clinical and educational fields.

Ankara Development Screening Inventory (AGTE)

Ankara Development Screening Inventory (AGTE) is an inventory applied to evaluate the development of infants and children aged 0 to 6 years. AGTE is implemented by competent persons when the mother or caregiver answers the questions. AGTE consists of 154 items that measure Language-Cognitive, Fine Motor, Coarse Motor, Social Skill-Self-care skills.


Denver is a screening test used for developmental evaluation in children aged 0 to 6. If necessary, it is recommended to repeat the test at certain intervals for the purpose of monitoring the development. The test examines the child’s development in personal-social, fine motor, language and coarse motor areas.

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The information on this page has been prepared by the Moodist Psychiatry and Neurology Hospital Medical Team.

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