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JINS

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Stephen M. Rao Cleveland Clinic, USA
JINS is the official Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, an organization of over 4500 international members from a variety of disciplines. Our editorial board is comprised of internationally known experts with a broad range of interests. JINS published empirically-based articles covering all areas of neuropsychology and the interface of neuropsychology with other areas, such as cognitive neuroscience. Theoretically driven work that has clinical implications is of particular interest.






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JINS – Impact Factor
2.777

Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society Increases 2017 Impact Factor

We’re very pleased to announce that Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society has increased its 2017 Impact Factor by more than 25% over last year’s to 2.777 and a 5 year Impact Factor of 3.467. To celebrate the achievements of the journal, download the top 10 cited articles contributing to the Impact Factor for free until August 31, 2018.

Highlights include:

Demographically Corrected Normative Standards for the English Version of the NIH Toolbox Cognition Battery

Traumatic Brain Injury as a Disorder of Brain Connectivity

Measuring Cortical Connectivity in Alzheimer’s Disease as a Brain Neural Network Pathology: Toward Clinical Applications

Read all 10 articles here.

VIEW MORE INFORMATION including information for contributors Call for Papers

You are invited to submit manuscripts for a Special Issue of JINS:
Resilience and Wellness after Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury to be published at the beginning of 2019.




Members of INS receive electronic access to JINS as a benefit of membership. Click here for Member Access to JINS!
Non-Members of INS may access the journal through the public site, at http://journals.cambridge.org/jins.


Abstracts presented at INS Meetings are published in JINS as online, supplemental issues. Supplemental issues of JINS are completely free to the public. The supplemental issues are designated as S1 (for the Annual Meeting of INS) and S2 (for the INS Mid-Year Meeting).