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Student Liaison Committee: Call for Applications The SLC is currently seeking applications for student representatives from outside of North America. Applications are open to all Associate Members of the INS who are receiving training in a country outside of North America. Students early in their training (e.g., 1st/2nd year graduate students) are strongly encouraged to apply. Applications are due by September 1, 2017. CLICK HERE to view the call, or CLICK HERE to download an [...]
Call for Papers—Special Issue of JINS on the Neuropsychology of Neurodevelopmental Disorders Investigators are invited to submit empirical papers for a special issue of JINS to be published in the first half of 2018. The issue will present innovative empirical findings related to the neuropsychology of specific neurodevelopmental disorders, with emphasis on congenital conditions, as well as systematic reviews and meta-analyses focused on identification of biomarkers and their relevance to behavioral and medical intervention. Deadline [...]
Don't miss the newest special issue of JINS, focusing on Motor Cognition, and edited by Professors Guy Vingerhoets and Deborah Harrington. Click here to access the special issue on the JINS website. This issue is also available for up to 5.0 total credit hours of online CE. Click here to obtain CE for reading this issue and other select articles in JINS.
Members of INS can access JINS online at no charge as a benefit of their membership. INS members should log in to their INS account to read JINS. Once logged in, you can link directly to the Cambridge site where you will automatically be recognized as an INS member and can read JINS issues from 1995 to present.