International Neuropsychological Society
International Neuropsychological Society (INS) consists of members from primarily scientific and educational backgrounds, such as researchers and scientist-practitioners. The Society originated in 1967 with close to 20 members and current membership totals over 4700 active members, with representation throughout the world. Membership includes a subscription to the Society’s journal Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, on-line access to the journal, discounts on books and journals from selected publishers, and the INS-NET, which is the INS newsletter.
There are three levels of membership: regular (full), associate (student), and emeritus. Regular members must have met qualifications (degrees, certifications, or other requirements) consistent with the profession in their country of origin and devote a significant proportion of their activities to neuropsychology or closely related fields. Regular members have the power to vote in the Society elections and...