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The International Neuropsychological Society is a multi-disciplinary, non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing communication among the scientific disciplines which contribute to the understanding of brain-behavior relationships. The Society currently has more than 4700 members throughout the world. The Society holds two meetings per year, including its Annual Meeting in North America every February and its Mid-Year Meeting outside of North America every July.

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Call for Papers—Special Issue of
JINS on the Neuropsychology of Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Investigators are invited to submit empirical papers for a special issue of JINS to be published in the first half of 2018. The issue will present innovative empirical findings related to the neuropsychology of specific neurodevelopmental disorders, with emphasis on congenital conditions, as well as systematic reviews and meta-analyses focused on identification of biomarkers and their relevance to behavioral and medical intervention.

Deadline for papers is November 15, 2017. Read More & Submit Here

INS Washington DC Meeting Logo: Connecting the Present to the Future

Abstract Submission NOW OPEN for Washington DC!

Submission is now open for the upcoming 46th Annual Meeting in Washington DC this February 14-17, 2018. As always, we are accepting paper or poster submissions, and complete symposium proposals (consisting of a maximum of 5 symposium abstracts). Visit the DC meeting page HERE for complete details!

Read the latest INS Member Newsletter

Members—did you get your copy of the March 2017 Member Newsletter? Don't miss all of the exciting features in this issue. CLICK HERE to get the March 2017 Issue and see what you're missing out on!

Click here to view ALL past issues of the INS Member Newsletter.

JINS Special Issue on Motor Cognition

Don't miss the newest special issue of JINS, organized by Professors Guy Vingerhoets and Deborah Harrington -- and available now on the JINS website! This special issue is available for up to 5.0 total credit hours of online CE. Click here to obtain CE for reading this special issue -- and other past special issues as well!


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