The mission of the International Neuropsychological Society is to promote the international and interdisciplinary study of brain-behavioral relationships throughout the lifespan. The Society's emphasis is on science, education, and the applications of scientific knowledge.
The International Neuropsychological Society was founded in 1967 as a scientific and educational organization dedicated to enhancing communication among the scientific disciplines which contribute to the understanding of brain-behavior relationships. The Society currently has more than 4500 members throughout the world and from various areas of practice.
Membership in the Society includes a subscription to the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, which is published six times a year. The Society holds two meetings per year: the North American meeting is held in February and non-North American meeting is held during the summer months.
Gordon J. Chelune, Ph.D. (ABPP-CN)
Professor, Department of Neurology,
The University of Utah School of Medicine
2319 S Foothill Drive, Ste 260
Salt Lake City, Utah 84109