By Sidney H. Irvine, Peter L. Dann (auth.), Peter L. Dann, Sidney H. Irvine, Janet M. Collis (eds.)

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These models may be of (at least) three kinds: cognitive - componential, 'psychometric mathematical and biological structural. Inferential procedures should enable the assessment system to reason about the data being acquired from the test subject and generate a psychological description of the functional status of the testee which is only bounded by the validity of the internal model with which the system is operating. At the heart of any assessment system, then, might be an internal model or models, operating in parallel with inferential mechanisms.

The examiner may have insights, hunches, opinions or clinical experience which may properly be offered to the system and contribute to the descriptions which are generated. In many ways this scheme is a hotch-potch of ill-assorted elements. Several of the elements make uncomfortable bed-fellows. If it is accepted that the approach being proposed has some validity, the trick in making it work will be in getting the elements to bed down happily together. In this context the channels of communication among the elements are as critical as the structure of the elements themselves.

In so far as the two models, psychological and neurological, have independent forms of reference and external validity they can make separate potential contributions to the analysis undertaken by the assessment system. Further examples may be drawn from experimental neuropsychological studies of normal human subjects. As far as the relationship between the two cerebral hemispheres is understood, then it is expressed in a model with two dimensions: psychological and biological. The tension between these two dimensions has been at the same time productive and yet uncomfortable, for it requires a certain cavalier disregard of a number of conceptual problems to allow such a model to be constructed (Beaumont, Young and McManus, 1984; on this general issue, see Bunge, 1980).

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