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Society for Clinical Neuropsychology, Division 40 of the American Psychological Association, is a scientific and professional organization of psychologists interested in the study of brain-behavior relationships, and the clinical application of that knowledge to human problems. Division 40 promotes the use of scientific research to develop its knowledge base and clinical techniques. It is active in the development and promotion of quality standards of professional training and practice.



 

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  • The Society for Clinical Neuropsychology / APA Division 40 is delighted to recommend Dr. Anthony Puente for your consideration as a nominee for President of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Puente is a Past President of our division and has worked tirelessly throughout his career to advocate for the field of psychology as well as the specialty of neuropsychology. Considering that the Society for Clinical Neuropsychology is the largest division within APA, and that our specialty has been a leader in our profession in so many other ways, now is the time to have a neuropsychologist become President of APA. Please consider nominating Dr. Puente for the presidential ballot, so that he can bring his advocacy efforts to an ever widening audience. As an APA member, you should have received information directly from their central office about how to nominate candidates.

  • The Society for Clinical Neuropsychology's Winter/Spring Newsletter is now available. Learn about novel applications in neuro-telepsychology from Dr. Munro Cullum as well as find out the latest on all of the news, activities and developments within SCN.

  • Society for Clinical Neuropsychology launched a blog called SCN NeuroBlog. The most recent blog is by Dr. William Barr discussing the past, present and future of sports concussion management with particular focus on the role of clinical neuropsychologists.


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