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Online Continuing Education

INS is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor Continuing Education for psychologists. INS maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Continuing Education credit(s) can be earned by reading select articles published in the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society (JINS) and then passing a test related to the selected article. The cost is $10 per CE credit for INS members or $15 per CE credit for Non-Members. VISA and Mastercard are accepted.

  • Click on the article title below to review the article abstract and learning objectives.
  • Click on "Read Article/Take Test" to begin the process.
  • INS members must login to obtain the discounted price (member login is located on top right of page).
  • After payment, click on the "Return to INS" button to receive the test.
  • Each test contains four to five graded, multiple-choice questions. You will have two attempts to pass.
  • Each test also contains several required but ungraded questions.
  • Upon passing, you will be able to download your certificate.

Please note: After your payment is complete you will receive an automatic email — save a copy of this email for your records. Should you exit before you have completed the test, this email contains a link that can be used to return to the process.

Articles Available for CE Credit:

To ensure current content of CE activities, JINS articles that are made available for CE are no longer offered after approximately three years from their publication date. If you are looking for a CE-eligible JINS article that was published more than three years ago and you cannot find it on this page, it is because the article has been retired and is no longer available for credit.

Title    
2.5 CE Credits. Special Series: NIH Toolbox for Neurological and Behavioral Function-Cognition Battery (NIHTB-CB). Guest Editor: Skye McDonald. JINS (2014). CE Credit only available for entire issue. Read Article / Take Test
1 CE Credit. "On the Relation among Mood, Apathy, and Anosognosia in Alzheimer’s Disease". Authors: Mograbi DC, Morris RG. JINS 20:3 (Jan 2014). Read Article / Take Test
1 CE Credit. "Factors Associated with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Veterans and Military Personnel: A Systematic Review." Authors: O'Neil ME, Carlson KF, Storzbach D, et al. JINS (2014). Read Article / Take Test
1 CE Credit. "Cognitive rehabilitation of memory for mild cognitive impairment: a methodological review and model for future research". Authors: Hampstead BM, Gillis MM, Stringer AY. JINS 20:2 (Feb 2014). Read Article / Take Test
1 CE Credit. "Oversimplification in the Study of Emotional Memory". Authors: Bennion, K., Ford, J., Murray, B., Kensinger, E. (JINS 2013) Read Article / Take Test
1 CE Credit. "Neural Correlates of Cognitive Fatigue Cortico-Striatal Circuitry and Effort–Reward Imbalance". Authors: Dobryakova,E., DeLuca,J., Genova,H.M., Wylie1, G.R. JINS (2013) Read Article / Take Test
1 CE Credit. “Goal Management Training of Executive Functions in Patients with Spina Bifida: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Authors” Authors: Stubberud, J., Langenbahn, D., Levine, B., Stanghelle, J., Schanke, A.-K. JINS 19:6 (2013) Read Article / Take Test
1 CE Credit. "Are Empirically-Derived Subtypes of Mild Cognitive Impairment Consistent with Conventional Subtypes?" Authors: Clark, L.R., Delano-Wood, L., Libon, D.J., McDonald, C.R., Nation, D.A., Bangen, K.J., . . ., Bondi, M.W. JINS 19:6 (2013). Read Article / Take Test
1 CE Credit: “Impairments in Social Cognition Following Severe Traumatic Brain Injury” Author: McDonald, S. JINS 19:3 (2013) Read Article / Take Test
1 CE Credit: "Neuropsychological Profiles of Children with Aqueductal Stenosis and Spina Bifida Myelomeningocele" Authors: Hampton L. E., Fletcher, J.M., Cirino, P. Blaser, S., Kramer, L.A., Dennis, M. JINS 19:2 (2013) Read Article / Take Test
1.5 CE Credits. "Dialogue: Performance Validity and Symptom Validity in Neuropsychological Assessment” Author: Larrabee, G.J. and “Symptom Validity Testing, Effort, and Neuropsychological Assessment” Author: Bigler, E.D. JINS 18:4 (2012) Read Article / Take Test
1 CE Credit - "Short Review: A Précis of Recent Advances in the Neuropsychology of Mild Cognitive Impairment(s) in Parkinson’s Disease and a Proposal of Preliminary Research Criteria” Author: Tröster, A. JINS 17:3 (2011) Read Article / Take Test

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