​The human brain is in charge of processing information and experiencing emotions. That is why brain disorders and injuries may involve changes to these functions. These changes are called neuropsychological symptoms.
Neuropsychological tests can measure the information processing function, also known as cognitive function, of an individual, and behaviour and emotions can also be assessed.
The goal of neuropsychological rehabilitation is to reduce the problems brought on by the changes in information processing, emotional control, and behaviour caused by a brain disorder or an injury.