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Certification for Continuing Education Courses
INS 45th Annual Meeting
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

To obtain Continuing Education certificates for courses that you attended at the INS 45th Annual Meeting:

INS is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor Continuing Education for psychologists. INS maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
  • Choose a course that you attended from the list below.
  • Verify your attendance by typing in your email address (you must enter the same email address you used to register for the meeting).
  • Answer all required questions.
  • After you answer all questions and submit the evaluation, your certificate will download to your computer. If you have difficulty locating the downloaded file, please check the default download location as set in your web browser.
  • Please Note:
  • In order to proceed, we must have your attendance slip on file. Attendance slips were included in the handouts you received upon arrival at each course, and should have been submitted to INS upon conclusion of the course.
  • You must complete a separate evaluation for each CE session you attended.
  • Evaluations are submitted anonymously. Your name will not be associated with your responses.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017
David C. Bellinger, PhD CE 1. Environmental Chemicals and Children’s Brains: How Big a Problem? (Bellinger)
Marom Bikson, PhD CE 2. Best-Practices of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) for Effective and Reliable Outcomes (Bikson)
Nina Dronkers, PhD CE 3. Adult Aphasia: Classifications, Localization, and Neuroimaging (Dronkers)
Shane S. Bush, PhD, ABPP CE 4. Identifying Ethical Issues in Neuropsychological Subspecialties: Concepts, Cases, and Controversies (Bush)
BJ Casey, PhD CE 5. The Adolescent Brain: Arrested or Adaptive Development? (Casey)
Donald T. Stuss, PhD CE 6. Clinical Assessment of Frontal Lobe Functions: A Historical Perspective of the Application of the Boston VA Jamaica Plains VA Process Approach (Stuss)

Thursday, February 2, 2017
S. Duke Han, PhD, ABPP-CN CE 7. Financial and Health Decision Making in Old Age: Neuropsychology, Neuroimaging, and Race Considerations (Han)
Adam R. Cassidy, PhD, ABPP CE 8. Hearts and Minds: Recent Advances in the Neuropsychology of Pediatric Critical Congenital Heart Disease (Cassidy)

Friday, February 3, 2017
Rajesh K. Kana, PhD CE 9. Autism: Clinical and Translational Insights from Brain Mapping (Kana)
April D. Thames, PhD CE 10. Not All Aging Processes Are Created Equal: Cognitive Aging Among Culturally Diverse Groups (Thames)

Saturday, February 4, 2017
David Loring, PhD, ABPP,
Stephen C. Bowden, PhD
CE 11. How Does Evidence-Based Practice Address the ‘Replication Crisis’ in Clinical Neuropsychology? (Loring/Bowden)
Victor W. Mark, MD CE 12. Constraint-Induced Therapies for Neurological Disorders: Contemporary Findings, Application to Disorders of Movement, Aphasia, and Visual Perception, and Increased CNS Neuroplasticity (Mark)

Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Kathleen Y. Haaland, PhD Plenary A. The Impact of the Past on Current and Future Views of Limb Apraxia (Haaland)

Thursday, February 2, 2017
Robert T. Knight, MD Plenary B. Frontal Cortex and Human Behavior: Evidence from Intracranial Recording (Knight)
Faraneh Vargha-Khadem, PhD Plenary C. Developmental Amnesia: Memory Formation in the Absence of Remembering (Vargha-Khadem)
Richard A. Andersen, PhD Plenary D. Cognitive Neural Prosthetics to Overcome Brain and Spinal Cord Injury (Andersen)

Friday, February 3, 2017
Maurizio Corbetta, MD Plenary E. Behavioral Clusters and Brain Network Mechanisms of Impairment and Recovery (Corbetta)
Edith V. Sullivan, PhD Plenary F. Contributions to Understanding the Dynamic Course of Alcoholism: An INS Legacy (Sullivan)

Saturday, February 4, 2017
Nina Dronkers, PhD Plenary G. Language and the Brain: From Past Studies to Future Aspirations (Dronkers)

 


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