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Call for Papers: Resilience and Wellness after Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury

Special Issue of JINS: Resilience and Wellness after Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury is accepting manuscript submissions. This issue will be published at the beginning of 2019. Click headline for more information.

CE Evaluations – INS 46th Annual Meeting

Attended a CE workshop or plenary session at the INS 46th Annual Meeting and need to download your CE Certificate? Follow the instructions here.
*Note: Please allow 24 hours after each CE workshop/plenary session for evaluations to be ready

Registration Open: 2018 INS Prague

Registration is open for the 2018 INS meeting in Prague, Czech Republic. View registration information here.

Special JINS Issue: 50th Anniversary of INS

Dr. Stephen Rao, Editor of The Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, is proud to announce special issues this October and November to celebrate and commemorate the 50th anniversary of INS. Access to JINS is always free for INS members. Nonmembers also have free access to the 50th Anniversary issue until Feb 28, 2018. Read the Press release or View Special Issue.

2018 INS Election Results

The 2018 INS Election results are in! View the newly elected Board Members.

JINS Special Issue on Motor Cognition

Don’t miss the newest special issue of JINS, focusing on Motor Cognition, and edited by Professors Guy Vingerhoets and Deborah Harrington. Read the special issue on the JINS website.

Obtain CE for reading this issue and other select articles in JINS.