Members of INS receive the following benefits:
- Discounted Registration & CE Rates: at both our yearly meetings
- Expand Your Network: Meet and get to know fellow members from all over the globe by attending an INS meeting, or through the expanded INS website.
- Discounted On-Demand CE Rates: Read JINS article, listen to NavNeuro Podcast, or watch a video webinar.
- Free Electronic Access to JINS: Available ONLY to INS members! Electronic access to JINS includes all previous years of publication. And to discounted print copies directly through Cambridge.
- INS Newsletter Subscription: Exclusively delivered to your inbox, and keeping you current with both INS news and Neuropsychology events from around the globe.
- Video Interviews of Leaders in Neuropsychology: Access the INS Video Archive Project interviews, featuring major thought leaders in the field for FREE.
- INS Member Directory: Exclusive online access for members only
- INS Student Google Group: INS Student Members network and communicate with exclusive access to the INS Student Community Group
- Get Involved: Become active with committees or board leadership, participate in Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and help guide the future of INS
- Be a Leader: Work with the INS SLC (Student Liaison Committee) or mentor a student associate member
- Matthews Fund & Book Depository: Give back to your community and help support neuropsychology and educational programs in developing countries
- Prestigious Awards: Nominate or be recognized for work in the field of neuropsychological science and education
- Discounts & Offers on Videos, Books and Journals: INS Members get access to promotional codes for great publisher, journal and INS video discounts.Click for discount offers access.
- Discounted Registration or CE at Related Meetings: for other select meetings (e.g., International Brain Injury Association, Hispanic Neuropsychological Society)
There are three levels of membership:
- Regular (Full) Membership: A person is eligible for regular membership if a significant proportion of his/her activities are devoted to neuropsychology or related fields and he/she possesses the qualifications (degrees, certifications, or other requirements) consonant with his/her profession in the country of origin. Regular members have the power to vote in Society elections and may hold office in the Society. Regular membership dues range from $30 – $150 depending on country of residence.
- Associate (Student) Membership: A person is eligible for associate membership if he/she is currently a student at a degree-granting institution or currently serving in a post-doctoral fellowship, internship, or residency program. Associate members do not have the power to vote in Society elections and may not hold office in the Society. Once a member completes his/her training and becomes a practicing professional, his/her membership should be upgraded to a regular membership. Associate membership may be maintained for a maximum of 6 years. Associate membership dues range from $15 – $45 depending on country of residence.
- Emeritus Membership: An individual who has been a member of the Society for at least 10 years, has reached the age of 65 and has retired from active practice may qualify for emeritus membership. Emeritus members may vote in elections and may hold office in the Society. Emeritus membership dues range from $30 – $75 depending on country of residence.
INS Tiered Dues Structure
As a part of the 2015 INS Strategic Plan, efforts have been underway to increase the international presence of INS as a scientific and educational organization and to recognize its multinational membership. As many of you know, INS has been increasing access to special issues in related journals and new book and journal discounts. In addition, at the 2016 Boston meeting, the INS Membership Task Force was charged with generating a tiered dues structure reflecting the income diversity among the membership in various parts of the world. Based on the recommendations of the Membership Task Force at the subsequent 2016 London meeting, the Board of Governors approved a new tiered dues structure, and at the 2017 New Orleans meeting agreed to implement these changes with the rollout of the new INS Website in 2017. The changes in dues are based on the World Bank classification of Country Income Groups, which can be found at http://chartsbin.com/view/2438.
2018 and 2019 Tiered Dues Structure: Discounts for Regular and Associate Members in High, Middle, Low-Middle, and Low-Income countries are based on a percentage of the dues for members in High Income Countries using World Bank Country Income classification. Adjusted amounts will be rounded to the nearest USD.
- High-Income countries: 150 USD
- High-Middle-Income countries: 50% of Dues for High Income category
- Low-Middle-Income/Low-Income countries: 20% of Dues for High Income category
- High-Income countries: 45 USD
- High-Middle-Income countries: 67% of Dues for High Income category
- Low-Middle-Income/Low-Income countries: 33% of Dues for High Income category
- High Income countries: 75 USD
- High-Middle-Income countries: 40 USD
- Low-Middle-Income/Low-Income countries: 30 USD