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Certification for Continuing Education Courses
INS 43rd Annual Meeting
Hyatt Regency Denver, Denver, Colorado, USA

To obtain Continuing Education certificates for courses that you attended at the INS 43rd Annual Meeting:

APA Approved Sponsor logoINS is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor Continuing Education for psychologists. INS maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
  • Choose your course from the list below. You must complete a separate evaluation for each CE you attended.
  • On the next screen, enter your email (the same email used on your meeting registration).
In order to take an evaluation, we must have your attendance slip on file for that course. Attendance slips were distributed at the beginning of each course, and should have been returned to the volunteer proctor at the end of each course. If the system does not validate your attendance, please contact INS@utah.edu for assistance.
  • Answer all questions, then click on Submit EvaluationAll evaluations are anonymous (your name will not be associated with your responses).
  • On the next page, click the Download Certificate button. Your certificate will be saved in PDF format. It may be saved to your desktop or your downloads folder, depending on your web browser's default settings.

Wednesday 4th February, 2015
Deborah Yurgelun-Todd, PhD,
Andrew Prescot,
Erin McGlade
CE 4. Impact of Marijuana on the Developing Brain
Anthony Feinstein, MPhil, PhD, FRCP CE 5. The Neuropsychiatry of Multiple Sclerosis
Bruce P. Hermann, PhD,
Madison M. Berl, PhD,
David W. Loring, PhD
CE 6. Primary and Treatment Related Comorbidities in Pediatric and Adult Epilepsies: Revising our Understanding of the Relationships

Wednesday 4th February, 2015
Jonathan M. Silver, MD CE 1. Persistent Neuropsychiatric Symptoms after Concussion: Evaluation, Effort, and Ethics.
Bruce F. Pennington, PhD CE 2. Genes, Brain, and Behavior in Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Science and Practice
Angela R. Laird, PhD,
Jennifer Robinson, PhD
CE 3. Neurocognitive Networking: Modern Neuroimaging Methods for Understanding Neurocognition

Thursday 5th February, 2015
Michael Kirkwood, PhD, ABPP/CN CE 7. Pediatric Mild TBI: Who Gets Better, Who Doesn\'t, and What\'s Neuropsychology Got To Do With It
Yaakov Stern, PhD CE 8. Cognitive Reserve, From Theory to Intervention

Friday 6th February, 2015
Roy Kessels, PhD CE 10. Learning from Your Mistakes? Errorless Learning in Amnesia and Dementia
Mark S. Aloia, PhD CE 9. Sleep: A Silent Contributor to Cognitive Problems

Saturday 7th February, 2015
Stephen E. Nadeau, MD CE 11. How Neurons Enable Language and Cognition
Katherine P. Rankin, PhD CE 12. Neurobiology of Socioemotional Behavior in Health and Neurologic Disease

Wednesday 4th February, 2015
Anthony Feinstein, MPhil, PhD, FRCP Session A: Looking Behind the Smokescreen: Cannabis, Cognition and Multiple Sclerosis

Thursday 5th February, 2015
Deborah A. Fein, PhD Session C - The Birch Memorial Lecture: Optimal Outcome in Autism Spectrum Disorders

Thursday 5th February, 2015
Michael S. Gazzaniga, PhD Session D: Tales from Both Sides of the Brain

Thursday 5th February, 2015
Deanna M. Barch, Ph.D. Session B: Connectomics and Cognition: A Tale of Many Regions

Friday 6th February, 2015
Marco Catani, MD Session F: Disconnection in the Connectome Era

Friday 6th February, 2015
Erin D. Bigler, PhD Session G: Networks, Neural Connectivity and Neuropsychology

Friday 6th February, 2015
Laura Hokkanen, PhD Session E: Lifetime Trajectories of Cognition, from Birth Cohorts to Aging Studies