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Certification for Continuing Education Courses
INS 44th Annual Meeting
Boston Marriott Copley Place, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

To obtain Continuing Education certificates for courses that you attended at the INS 44th 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 3rd February, 2016
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)

Wednesday 3rd February, 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)

Thursday 4th February, 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)

Friday 5th February, 2016
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)
Katya Rascovsky, PhD CE 9. Cognitive and Behavioral Aspects of Frontotemporal Degeneration (RASCOVSKY)

Saturday 6th February, 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)

Wednesday 3rd February, 2016
Brad Dickerson, MD Session A. The Human Brain Connectome and Cognitive and Affective Function: Normal Individual Variability, Aging, and Neurodegeneration (DICKERSON)

Thursday 4th February, 2016
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)

Thursday 4th February, 2016
Alvaro Pascual-Leone, MD, PhD Session C: Modulating Brain Networks to Promote Recovery from Brain Injury (PASCUAL-LEONE)

Thursday 4th February, 2016
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, PhD Session D. Adolescence as a Sensitive Period of Social Brain Development (BLAKEMORE)

Friday 5th February, 2016
Andrew Gelman, PhD Session E. The Statistical Crisis in Science (GELMAN)

Friday 5th February, 2016
Adele Diamond, PhD Session F. The Development of Executive Functions: Principles and Strategies for Aiding that and Differences by Genotype and Gender (DIAMOND)

Friday 5th February, 2016
Ann D. Watts, PhD Session G: Developing Neuropsychology in Developing Countries: An African Perspective (WATTS)