The overall goal of this study is to learn about the neuropsychological (for example, thinking, learning, and remembering) and behavioral functioning of children being treated for cancer.
Another goal of this study is to find out if a standard set (called a battery) of neuropsychological and behavioral tests can be consistently completed at all the COG hospitals and at 3 standard timepoints
- Participants enrolled on a therapeutic COG study
- Participants must be able to speak and understand English
- Participants with stunted mental abilities (IQ < 50)
Participants and their parents will be administered a series of neuropsychological questionnaires in one session (if possible).