NATIONAL ACADEMY OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGY October 13th – 16th 2010 · Westin Bayshore Vancouver, British Columbia
___ Course 1:Evidence-Based Assessment with the MMPI-2-RF - Yossef S. Ben-Porath, Ph.D. ___ Course 2:Neuroimaging, Neuroanatomy and Neuropathology: Advanced Primer for Promoting Evidence- Based Neuropsychology Practice and Research - Erin D. Bigler, Ph.D. ___ Course 3: Evidence-Based Neuropsychological Practice in Epilepsy, Part 1—Children - Philip S. Fastenau, Ph.D. ___ Course 4: The Early Identification of Alzheimer’s Disease: From Biomarker to Cognition - Mark W. Bondi, Ph.D. ___ Course5: The Neuropsychologist’s Role in Disability Evaluations - Frederick S. Kadushin, Ph.D., Jeff Green, Ph.D., Richard P. Olcese, Psy.D., Dan McCaskell, Ph.D ___ Course 6: Neuropsychology, Neuroimaging, and Depression - Scott A. Langenecker, Ph.D. ___ Course7: Migraine and Beyond: An Overview of the Pathophysiology and Treatment Methods for Chronic Headaches -Mark T. Barisa, Ph.D., Anwarul Haq, M.D., Marie Dahdah, Ph.D., Tim Clark, Ph.D., Noelle McDonald, Ph.D. ___ Course 10: Diversity Grand Rounds - Marc Norman, Ph.D., Shelley Peery, Ph.D., Liza San Miguel-Montes, Psy.D. ___ Course 11: American Board of Pediatric Neuropsychology - Examination Preparation - Peter Dodzik, Psy.D., Ted Wasserman,Ph.D., Nadia Webb, Psy.D. ___ Course 12: The ABC’s of Forensic Neuropsychology Redux - Robert L. Heilbronner, Ph.D. ___ Course 13: Moving Beyond Deficit Characterization: Toward a Positive Neuropsychology - John J. Randolph, Ph.D. ___ Course 14: Student Lunch ___ Course 16: Evidence-Based Neuropsychological Practice in Epilepsy, Part 2-Adults - Greg P. Lee, Ph.D. ___ Course 17: Validity of Neuropsychological Assessment in Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation:An Evidence-Based Review - Corwin Boake, Ph.D. ___ Course 18: Professional Issues and Evidence-Based Practices in the Assessment of Sensory Impairments Among Special Populations:Meeting our Ethical Obligations - Barbara Cohen, Psy.D. ___ Course 20: Pediatric Genetic Conditions: From Biology to Behavior - T. Andrew Zabel, Ph.D., Rebecca Vaurio, Ph.D. ___ Course 21:CPT: The Latest Information Involving Coding, Billing and Documenting Neuropsychological Services - Antonio E. Puente, Ph.D., ___ Course 22:Update on the Revision of the Standards of Educational and Psychological Tests - Antonio E. Puente, Ph.D. ___ Course 23:A Perspective on Health Care Delivery: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the Social, Economic and Political Challenges of Our Time on All Aspects of Health Care Delivery, with Thoughts on Evidence- Based Medicine and its Potential Impact on Neuropsychologic and Medical Practice - Stephen M. Sergay,MB BCh, FAAN ___ Course 24:Evidence-Based Indicators of Neuropsychological Change in the Individual Patient - Kevin Duff, Ph.D. ___ Course 25:An Update on Sport-Related Concussion: Current Evidence on Risks and Management Strategies - Christopher Randolph, Ph.D. ___ Course 26:Upper Limb Apraxia - Kenneth M. Heilman, M.D. ___ Course 27: Improving Neuropsychological Science and Practice Through Successful Grant Applications: How CanWe Create the “Evidence” for Evidence-Based Practice? - Mark S. Aloia, Ph.D., Robert Paul, Ph.D., Geoffrey Tremont, Ph.D. ___ Course 28:Psychopharmacology Update: A Primer for Neuropsychological Practice - John C. Courtney, Psy.D. ___ Course 29:Auditing Your Records: A Practical Approach to a Paradigm Shift - Antonio E. Puente, Ph.D. ___ Course 30: The Malingering Factor and the Validity of Malingering Assessment - J. Michael Williams, Ph.D., Kelly Jones, M.A. ___ Course 31: Development of Smart Environment Technologies for Health Monitoring and Assistance - Maureen Schmitter-Edgecomb, Ph.D. ___ Course 32:Implications for the Current Health Care Bill on the Practice and Science of Clinical Neuropsychology - Antonio E.Puente, Ph.D., ___ Course 33:The Ethical Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology: Issues in Adult Civil Cases - Christopher Grote, Ph.D.,Jack Spector, Ph.D., Joel Morgan, Ph.D ___ Course 34: Evidence-Based Neuropsychological Assessment of Learning Disabilities in Adults - Robert L. Mapou, Ph.D. ___ Course 35:Understanding and Using Evidence-Based Clinical Neuropsychological Principles in Daily Practice - Gordon J.Chelune, Ph.D. ___ Course 36: Ovarian Hormone Action in Brain: From Premenopause to Perimenopause to Menopause - Roberta Diaz Brinton, Ph.D. ___ Course 37: Long-Term Risks From MTBI: A Scientific Evidence-Based Review - William B. Barr, Ph.D. ___ Course 38: Schizophrenia and Criminal Forensic Neuropsychological Evaluation: An Examination of PertinentConsiderations - Chriscelyn M. Tussey, Psy.D., Bernice A. Marcopulos ___ Course 39: Evidence-Based Approach to Disentangling Malingering From Somatization and Factitious Disorders –Kyle B. Boone, Ph.D. ___ Course 40:Adult Grand Rounds - Richard I. Naugle, Ph.D., Mike R. Schoenberg, Ph.D., Kevin Duff, Ph.D. ___ Course 41:Pediatric Grand Rounds - Philip S. Fastenau, Ph.D., H. Gerry Taylor, Ph.D., T. Andrew Zabel, Ph.D. ___ Course 43:The American Board of Professional Neuropsychology: Preparation for Application, Work Sample Submission, and Examination - Michael J. Raymond, Ph.D., Scott Sautter, Ph.D., John Meyers, Psy.D., Marie Volbrecht, Ph.D. ___ Course 44: Using Verbal Fluency to Explore Semantic Networks and the Potential of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation to Enhance Lexical Retrieval - David J.Schretlen, Ph.D., Tracy Vannorsdall, Ph.D., Kyongje Sung, Ph.D., Barry Gordon, M.D., Ph.D. ___ Course 45:Mentoring Those From Diverse Backgrounds Using A Life Span Model - David M. Lechuga, Ph.D., Christine Salinas, Psy.D., ___ Course 46:Postdoctoral Residency Training in Clinical Neuropsychology - Robin C. Hilsabeck, Ph.D., William Barr, Ph.D. ___ Course 47:Legislative Action and Advocacy Committee: Introduction to Advocacy - Time to Get Involved - Laura L.S. Howe, J.D., Ph.D.,Beth A. Caillouet, Ph.D., J. Michael Williams, Ph.D.
___ Course 48: Evidence-Based Neuropsychology in Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity- Steven Hughes, Ph.D.Disorder ___ Course 49: The Ethical Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology – Part II: Issues in Adult Criminal and Pediatric Cases - Joel Morgan, Ph.D.,Jack Spector, Ph.D., Christopher Grote, Ph.D. ___ Course 50: Recent Development on Policy Issues and Their Effect on the Practice of Neuropsychology: Updates from the Professional Affairs and Information Committee - Antonio E. Puente, Ph.D., Paul M. Richards, Ph.D., Brenda Austin, Ph.D., Tresa Roebuck Spencer, Ph.D. ___ Course 51:Frontal Lobe Functions and Anatomy: New Approaches, New Findings - Donald T. Stuss, Ph.D. ___ Course 53:Psychotherapy Principles and Techniques for Improving Acceptance and Adjustment after Brain Injury - Pamela Klonoff, Ph.D. ___ Course 54: Making the Efficacious Effective: Big City Cognitive Rehabilitation in Small town USA - Margo C. Villarosa, B.A., Christopher Bell, Ph.D., Jeremy Hertza, Psy.D., Bradley Estes, Psy.D, William Schiff, Ph.D., Andrew Dennison, M.D. ___ Course 55: Distinguished Lifetime Contribution to Neuropsychology Address – 1 CE ___ Course 56: The Creative Brain - Kenneth M. Heilman, M.D. ___ Course 57: A Neuronet Analysis of TBI, PTSD, Post Concussive Syndrome, Anxiety, Depression and Normals Using the Meyers Neuropsychological Battery (MNB),and its Application to a Military Blast Injury Population. - Chad Grills, Ph.D., John Meyers, Psy.D., Ron Miller, Ph.D. ___ Course 58: Ethics And Professional Issues In Neuropsychological Supervision: Professional Practice Guidelines - David M. Lechuga, Ph.D.,David Katz, Ph.D., Bill Steh, Ph.D.Kirk Stucky Psy.D. ___Course 59:Implications of Research on Childhood Traumatic Brain Injury for Evidence-Based Clinical Practice - H. Gerry Taylor, Ph.D. ___Course 61: Building Cognitive Reserve in Neurologic Populations: Can Active Lifestyles Prevent Cognitive Impairment? - James F. Sumowski, Ph.D., John DeLuca, Ph.D. ___Course 62: WAIS-IV/WMS-IV and the Advanced Clinical Solutions for WAIS-IV/WMS-IV: Clinical Application and Interpretation in Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders. - James A. Holdnack, Ph.D. ___Course 63:Neuroimaging Correlates of Cognitive Impairment in Multiple Sclerosis - Stephen M. Rao, Ph.D. ___Course 64:Beyond Sensitivity and Specificity: Using Likelihood Ratios to Enhance Diagnostic Inferences - Stephen Bowden, Ph.D. ___Course 65: Emerging Practice Patterns and Guidelines for Spanish Speakers - Gina Navarette, Ph.D., Tedd Judd, Ph.D., Liza San Miguel- Montes, Psy.D.,Feggy Ostrosky, h.D.,Antonio Puente, Ph.D. ___Course 66:Alzheimer’s Disease: Oxidative Stress, Amyloid Cascades, and Inflammation Creating Age-Related Neuroplasticity Failure? - Douglas F. Watt, Ph.D. ___Course 67: Getting the Word Out: How Psychologists Can Effectively and Ethically Utilize the Media - Peter Kanaris, Ph.D. ___Course 68: Brain Plasticity and Behavior: Principles for Developing Neurorehabilitation Strategies - Brian Kolb, Ph.D. ___Course 70: Economics, Policy, and Neuropsychology’s Future - D.J. Williamson, Ph.D. ___Course 71: Improving the Methodology for Identifying Cognitive Impairment Associated with Moderate-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury, Grant L. Iverson,Ph.D.