The International Neuropsychological Society (INS) 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.
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.
Membership in the Society includes an online subscription to the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society (JINS), which is published ten times per year. The Society holds two meetings per year, including the Annual Meeting in North America every February and the non-North American meeting every summer.
Gordon J. Chelune, Ph.D., ABPP-CN
Professor, Department of Neurology
The University of Utah School of Medicine
2319 South Foothill Drive #260
Salt Lake City, Utah 84109