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INS 43rd Annual Meeting
Continuing Education Program

Continuing Education Chair:  Raul Gonzalez, PhD

How to Obtain CE Certificates After the Meeting

In order to obtain your CE Certificates from the 43rd Annual Meeting, you must have submitted the attendance slip for each CE session you attended.

To access CE evaluations for courses you attended, begin by visiting the INS website at, and then click on the link on the left side for “Annual Meeting CE” (or go directly by clicking here). From the list that appears, select the course for which you wish to complete the evaluation, then enter the email you used to register. Once your identity is confirmed, the evaluation will appear. Please note that a separate evaluation is required for each course, so you will need to return to this main page for each evaluation.

When you have finished inputting your answers, please make sure to click the “Download certificate” button at the bottom of the screen to save your answers and generate your certificate (INS cannot recover answers that are not appropriately saved). Your certificate will then download to your computer—it may open in another window, or save to your downloads folder, depending on your browser settings).

Please contact the INS office at with any questions.

Continuing Education Accreditation

APA Approved SponsorThe International Neuropsychological Society is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The International Neuropsychological Society maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Up to 17.5 credit hours are available for this program. All CE sessions are geared for advanced level instructional activity.

ASHA Continuing Education Approved Provider
This course is offered for up to 1.75 ASHA CEUs (Advanced Level, Professional area).

Continuing Education Program

Continuing Education (CE) options listed below are not included in the General Registration Fee. You must register and pay additional fee(s) in order to attend CE workshops or to receive CE credit for attending plenary sessions.

Author Disclosures: Click here to review Continuing Education presenter and program planner disclosures of potential conflicts of interest.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

CE Workshops (3-Hour)

3 CE Credits / .3 ASHA CEUs

CE 1

Jonathan M. Silver, MD

Persistent Neuropsychiatric Symptoms after Concussion: Evaluation, Effort, and Ethics

CE 2

Bruce F. Pennington, PhD

Genes, Brain, and Behavior in Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Science and Practice

CE 3

Angela R. Laird, PhD
Jennifer Robinson, PhD

Neurocognitive Networking: Modern Neuroimaging Methods for Understanding Neurocognition

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

CE Workshops (3-Hour)

3 CE Credits / .3 ASHA CEUs

CE 4

Deborah Yurgelun-Todd, PhD

Impact of Marijuana on the Developing Brain

CE 5

Anthony Feinstein, MPhil, PhD, FRCP

The Neuropsychiatry of Multiple Sclerosis

CE 6

Bruce P. Hermann, PhD
David W. Loring, PhD
Madison Berl, PhD

Primary and treatment related comorbidities in pediatric and adult epilepsies: revising our understanding of the relationships

Variable Times*
Optional CE Credit, Plenary Sessions (1-Hour)

1 CE Credits / .1 ASHA CEUs

Session A
(4:30-5:30 PM)

Anthony Feinstein, MPhil, PhD, FRCP

Looking Behind the Smokescreen: Cannabis, Cognition and Multiple Sclerosis

Thursday, February 5, 2015

7:20 AM – 8:50 AM

CE Workshops (1.5-Hour)

1.5 CE Credits / .15 ASHA CEUs

CE 7

Michael Kirkwood, PhD

Pediatric Mild TBI: Who Gets Better, Who Doesn’t, and What’s Neuropsychology Got To Do With It

CE 8

Yaakov Stern, PhD

Cognitive Reserve, From Theory to Intervention

Variable Times*
Optional CE Credit, Plenary Sessions (1-Hour)

1 CE Credits / .1 ASHA CEUs

Session B
(9-10 AM)

Deanna M. Barch, PhD

Connectomics and Cognition: A Tale of Many Regions

Session C
(12-1 PM)

Deborah A. Fein, PhD

The Birch Memorial Lecture: Optimal Outcome in Autism Spectrum Disorders

Session D
(5-6 PM)

Michael S. Gazzaniga, PhD

Tales from Both Sides of the Brain

Friday, February 6, 2015

7:20 AM – 8:50 AM

CE Workshops (1.5-Hour)

1.5 CE Credits / .15 ASHA CEUs

CE 9

Mark S. Aloia, PhD

Sleep: A Silent Contributor to Cognitive Problems

CE 10

Roy Kessels, PhD

Learning from Your Mistakes? Errorless Learning in Amnesia and Dementia

Variable Times*
Optional CE Credit, Plenary Sessions (1-Hour)

1 CE Credits / .1 ASHA CEUs

Session E
(9-10 AM)

Laura Hokkanen, PhD

Lifetime Trajectories of Cognition – from Birth Cohorts to Aging Studies

Session F
(12-1 PM)

Marco Catani, MD

Disconnection in the Connectome Era

Session G
(5-6 PM)

Erin D. Bigler, PhD

INS Presidential Address: Networks, Neural Connectivity and Neuropsychology

Saturday, February 7, 2015

7:20 AM – 8:50 AM

CE Workshops (1.5-Hour)

1.5 CE Credits / .15 ASHA CEUs

CE 11

Stephen E. Nadeau, MD

How Neurons Enable Language and Cognition

CE 12

Katherine P. Rankin, PhD

Neurobiology of Socioemotional Behavior in Health and Neurologic Disease