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Regardless of the patients difficulties with nonverbal and sequential tasks, they clearly do best on skills that have been overlearned, like reading, writing, and Wechsler s Verbal Comprehension subtests (Lezak, 1995). WAIS-III data on a small sample of 15 subjects with Huntington s Disease (33% male, mean age = 44.7 years) comes from the WAIS-III/ WMS-III Technical Manual (Psychological Corporation, 1997). The group showed a striking 12.7-point V > P IQ profile. When examining the mean indexes, a similar pattern emerged (VCI > POI by 13.5 points), but the real story was the VCI > PSI discrepancy of 29.9 points (means of 98.4 and 69.3), demonstrating the degree to which the index profile shows enormous potential for neuropsychological assessment. The group earned similar means on the POI (84.0) and WMI (81.7). Thus, this sample showed relatively intact verbal abilities (although perhaps even lower than premorbid abilities), but severely affected visual motor and processing speed skills, as well as deficits in visual spatial ability, and either short-term memory or sequential processing skills. Performance Deficits in Parkinson s Disease The Psychological Corporation (1997) also reported WAIS-III data for a small sample of 10 patients with Parkinson s disease (mean age = 71.2, 80% male, 80% Caucasian), a disease of involuntary movement characterized by resting tremors, reduced initiation of voluntary movements, shuffling gait, plastic rigidity, and impaired posture (p. 152). Like MS, one would hypothesize V > P profiles for patients with Parkinson s disease, and, indeed, they had a 12.3-point discrepancy. Their index profile, though not as extreme as the MS sample concerning the PSI, was as follows: VCI (96.9) > WMI (89.6) > POI (84.7) > PSI (81.7). In addition to studying Huntington s patients (and patients with Alzheimer s disease), Randolph et al. (1993) obtained WAIS-R data on 59 patients with Parkinson s Disease (mean age 46), demonstrating a V > P IQ discrepancy of
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