INS 44th Annual Meeting Boston Marriott Copley Place, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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

To obtain Continuing Education certificates for courses that you attended at the INS 44th Annual Meeting:

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 3, 2016 Peter A. Bandettini, PhD – CE 1. Functional MRI: The History, Basics, Cutting Edge, and Future (BANDETTINI) Melissa Lamar, PhD, Maria T. Schultheis, PhD – CE 2. Science and Practice Considerations for Bilingual Neuropsychology: A Focus on the Hispanic/Latino Community (LAMAR/SCHULTHEIS) Michael J. Boivin, PhD, MPH, Bruno Giordani, PhD – CE 3. Advancing Developmental Science Through the Application of Pediatric Neuropsychology in Africa (BOIVIN/GIORDANI) Alvaro Pascual-Leone, MD, PhD – CE 4. Characterizing and Guiding Brain Plasticity Across the Lifespan (PASCUAL-LEONE) Rhoda Au, PhD, MBA – CE 5. Cognitive Aging in the Digital Era: Role of Global Partnerships (AU) Scott A. Langenecker, PhD – CE 6. Dynamic Considerations in Neuropsychological Assessment of Depressive Disorders: State, Trait, Scar and Burden (LANGENECKER) Brad Dickerson, MD – Session A. The Human Brain Connectome and Cognitive and Affective Function: Normal Individual Variability, Aging, and Neurodegeneration (DICKERSON) Thursday, February 4, 2016 Roberta F. White, PhD, ABPP – CE 7. Chemical Exposures and the Nervous System: Clinical Findings and Research Evidence (WHITE) Mark W. Bondi, PhD, ABPP/CN – CE 8. Mild Cognitive Impairment and Preclinical Alzheimer Disease: Concepts in Need of Input from Neuropsychology (BONDI) Peter A. Bandettini, PhD – Session B. There is More There: Extracting New Information From the Functional MRI signal using Novel Acquisition and Processing Methods (BANDETTINI) Alvaro Pascual-Leone, MD, PhD – Session C: Modulating Brain Networks to Promote Recovery from Brain Injury (PASCUAL-LEONE) Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, PhD – Session D. Adolescence as a Sensitive Period of Social Brain Development (BLAKEMORE) Friday, February 5, 2016 Katya Rascovsky, PhD – CE 9. Cognitive and Behavioral Aspects of Frontotemporal Degeneration (RASCOVSKY) Michael McCrea, PhD, ABPP/CN, Grant L. Iverson, PhD – CE 10. Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and the Postconcussion Syndrome: How Does the Science Translate to Clinical Practice? (MCCREA/IVERSON) Andrew Gelman, PhD – Session E. The Statistical Crisis in Science (GELMAN) Adele Diamond, PhD – Session F. The Development of Executive Functions: Principles and Strategies for Aiding that and Differences by Genotype and Gender (DIAMOND) Ann D. Watts, PhD – Session G: Developing Neuropsychology in Developing Countries: An African Perspective (WATTS) Saturday, February 6, 2016 Jennifer J. Vasterling, PhD – CE 11. War and the Brain: Neuropsychological Alterations among Returning Veterans (VASTERLING) Eric Racine, PhD – CE 12. Introduction to Ethics in the Mind- And Neuro-Sciences (Neuroethics) (RACINE)