Clinical Neuropsychology is a vast and varied field that focuses on the treatment, assessment and diagnosis of a range of cognitive disorders through a study and understanding of neuroanatomy and the relationship between the brain and human behavior. This handbook focuses on the assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of cognitive disorders. It provides in-depth coverage on a variety of content, including psychometrics, neuropsychological test batteries (computer based cognitive assessment systems) and assessment applications. This handbook is vital for clinical neuropsychologists and postgraduate students and researchers hoping to apply a knowledge of neuropsychology to clinical settings and effectively assess, diagnose and treat patients suffering from cognitive disorders. Part I: Background Considerations; Part II: Domain-Specific Neuropsychological Measures; Part III: General Cognitive Test Batteries; Part IV: Legacy Neuropsychological Test Batteries; Part V: Computerised Batteries, Technological Advances and Teleneuropsychology; and Part VI: Neuropsychological Assessment Applications.