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Neuropsychology, as a part of cognitive neurosciences should be incorporated to the process of evaluation of any patient considered to be needing psychiatric neurosurgery, in order to obtain objective information of the processes and functions that shape each one's cognitive system and of the changes that may take place after surgery. To attain this objective, the neuropsychologist doing the evaluation should be experienced in assessing patients with psychiatric disorders, as it is necessary to have a deep knowledge not only of the clinical characteristics of these ailments but also of the information processing models that typify each entity. Thus, by making an evaluation within a conceptual and empirical frame, an adequate interpretation of the results may be attained. At the same time it is necessary to know the neurochirugical techniques being applied in each case and also to be aware of the possible side effects that may take place. The need for this type of assessments is due to two reasons: to find the possible damage that surgery may cause and to consider the improvement that follows the decrease of clinical symptoms. The previous two facts are associated to clinical improvement as both have different temporal courses. The first will produce a behavioural effect more evident during the first post operative year while at further stages, the second will be made more evident with the decrease of clinical symptoms, thus reflecting on the neuropsychological performance.


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