3 CE Credits. Special Issue on Prediction (JINS 22:10, 2016): CE Bundle 2

3.0 Hours of Continuing Education credits are available for this collection of articles.
CE credits may only be earned for reading ALL of the articles in this bundle.

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JINS Special Issue: Preclinical Detection
CE Bundle #2

Issue Co-organizers: John L. Woodard, Larry J. Seidman, Julie C. Stout


  1. Describe the similarities and differences in neurocognition between individuals with different psychotic disorders and their relatives.
  2. Identify potential advantages and disadvantages of intra-individual cognitive variability (IICV) as a marker of risk of subsequent cognitive impairment.
  3. Select the most powerful index tests to identify students at risk for perceived academic problems following concussion.


Auditory Vigilance and Working Memory in Youth at Familial Risk for Schizophrenia or Affective Psychosis in the Harvard Adolescent Family High Risk Study

Larry Seidman

Intraindividual Cognitive Variability in Middle Age Predicts Cognitive Impairment 8-10 Years Later: Results from the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention

Rebecca Koscik, Sara Berman, Lindsay Clark, Kimberly Mueller, Ozioma Okonkwo, Carey Gleason, Bruce Hermann, Mark Sager, Sterling Johnson

Applying an Evidence-Based Assessment Model to Identify Students at Risk for Perceived Academic Problems following Concussion

Danielle Ransom, Alison Burns, Eric Youngstrom, Christopher Vaughan, Maegan Sady, Gerard Gioia