A neuropsychologist organises and conducts academic research on neurological disorders, diagnose and treat patients of head injury, stroke, and other associated neuropsychological problems. Neuropsychologists rightly administer the various tests, scans, and measures associated with the brain, thereby, monitoring the various neuro-cognitive processes. Neuropsychologists either work in laboratories or with medical professionals at hospitals or privately.
Neuropsychologists can work in any of a variety of settings, depending on their specialty and what they are researching. They may perform research, publish and teach at colleges and universities. Some work in clinical settings, helping to treat and assess patients with neuropsychological problems. Others work in the field of forensics neuropsychologists can help assess witnesses and suspects and may appear in court. Neuropsychologists may also help develop drugs and products related to brain heath or brain function.