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Summary list of AACN Workshops (2003-2011)


#1: ABCN exam preparation 
Linas A. Bieliauskas & Diane Howieson

#2: Business aspects of private practice 
Edward A. Peck III

#3: Scientific approaches to the diagnosis and management of sports concussion 
Michael McCrea & William Barr

#4: Adult learning disorders and Attention Deficit Disorder 
Robb Mapou

#5: Landmark legal cases and neuropsychology 
Manfred F. Greiffenstein

#6: A primer in forensic neuropsychological assessment of children 
H. Gerry Taylor

#7: Neuropsychological evaluation of the child: Lessons from clinical practice cases 
Ida Sue Baron

#8: Clinical applications of the Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (RBANS) 
Chris Randolph

#9: Current practices in forensic neuropsychology: Emphasizing consensus among controversies 
Jerry Sweet


#1: ABCN exam preparation 
Linas A. Bieliauskas & Diane Howieson

#2: Consilience and pediatric traumatic brain injury: from genes to culture 
Keith Owen Yeates

#3: Life on the dark side: A surprisingly bright view from inside the pharmaceutical industry 
David J Williamson & Jim Andrikopolous

#4: Bridging the gap from assessment to application: Efficient, effective communication with parents and schools 
Lynn Bennett-Blackburn

#5: The syndrome of nonverbal learning disabilities (NLD): A critical analysis 
Douglas Ris

#6: Pediatric brain injury rehabilitation: Theoretical foundations, current status, and future directions 
Robert W. Butler

#7: Common pitfalls in statistical analysis 
Scott R. Millis

#8: Brain and behavioral changes in the preclinical and early clinical periods of Alzheimer's disease 
Mark W. Bondi

#9: New approaches with old friends: Practicing beyond the Wechsler test manuals 
Gordon J. Chelune

#10: Update on autism and related disorders 
Deborah Fein

#11: Clinically relevant functional neuroanatomy 
Russell M. Bauer

#12: Neurodevelopmental disorders in children: Developmental considerations for assessment and intervention 
Mark Mahone

#13: Neuropsychological Late Effects of Treatment for Childhood Cancer 
Brenda Spiegler

#14: Practical Issues in Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment 
Bradley N. Axelrod

#15: Neuropsychology in the rehabilitation setting: Assessment, intervention, and survival 
Mark T. Barisa

#16: Memory assessment in children and adolescents: Theoretical and practical approaches 
Michael Westerveld

#17: Update on ethical issues in neuropsychology: Lessons from clinical cases 
Joel Morgan


#1: ABCN exam preparation 
Linas A. Bieliauskas & Diane Howieson

#2: Rules of engagement – Considerations for the clinical neuropsychologist working in forensic areas 
James Sullivan & Robert Denney

#3: Frontotemporal degenerations: variant subtypes and their neurocognitive, neurologic, neuroimaging, and pathologic correlates 
Larry Freedman

#4: Surviving evidence-based medicine: developing and using clinical patient registries 
Gordon Chelune

#5: Current issues in pediatric head trauma 
Jacobus Donders

#6: Constitutional and judicial foundations for criminal forensic neuropsychology: competency to confess and competency to stand trial 
Robert Denney & James Sullivan

#7: Progress in dementia prevention 
Glenn Smith

#8: Sleep and neuropsychology: introduction and update 
Manfred F. Greiffenstein

#9: Extreme testing! Evaluating untestable kids 
Karen Wills

#10: Brain tumors: neuropathology, neuropsychological profiles, and outcome 
Pamelia F. Clement & Janyna M. Mercado

#11: Clinical and forensic assessment of medically unexplained symptoms 
Laurence M. Binder

#12: Ethical practice of clinical and forensic neuropsychology 
Christopher Grote

#13: Brain and behavioral development: a developmental approach 
Eileen Fennell

#14: Clinically relevant functional neuroanatomy II: memory and executive skills 
Russell M. Bauer

#15: How to build a postdoctoral residency program: issues of structure, procedures, and evaluation 
Celiane Rey-Casserly

#16: Motor skills: their development, brain circuits, abnormalities, and assessment 
David Tupper

#17: Assessment of malingering 
Glenn Larrabee

#18: Assessment and intervention for learning disabilities: a contemporary neuropsychological approach 
Jack M. Fletcher

#19: Neuropsychological assessment of non-English and non-native speakers of English 
Lidia Artiola i Fortuny & Alexander Chervinsky

#20: Business aspects of private practice – current issues & preparing for the 2006 planned bifurcation in CPT testing codes 
Edward A Peck, III

#21: Ethical and legal issues in the practice of pediatric neuropsychology 
Ann M. Hempel


#1: ABCN exam preparation 
Linas A. Bieliauskas & Diane Howieson

#2: Functional plasticity after brain injury in children 
Maureen Dennis

#3: Assessment and management of cognitive dysfunction in multiple sclerosis 
Julie Bobholz & Ralph Benedict

#4: Assessment of effort: Further evolution 
Kyle Brauer Boone

#5: Advanced topics in neuropsychological practice I: 
1. The logic and method of inference in clinical neuropsychology (David J. Schretlen) 
2. What constitutes neuropsychological data, and how are these data to be interpreted? (Carl B. Dodrill); 
3. Rationale and procedures for applying demographic adjustments to neuropsychological test scores (Robert K. Heaton) 
Discussant Kenneth M. Adams

#6: Advanced topics in neuropsychological practice II: 
1. The quandary of assigning qualitative descriptors to neuropsychological test scores: Results of a survey of AACN members (Thomas J. Guilmette); 
2. Reliable change scores: Methods and motives. Recognizing significant change in neuropsychological test performance (Gordon J. Chelune); 
3. Clinical inference in an inherently uncertain environment: Considerations related to relative reliability and validity of neuropsychological tests (Gregory J. Meyer) 
Discussant Kenneth M. Adams

#7: Scientific update on MTBI: Lessons learned from sports concussion research 
Michael McCrea

#8: The Classical and Romantic traditions in evidence-based practice with children 
Jane Bernstein

#9: Neuropsychology in the courtroom: Discovery wars, records management, scope of practice, and legal requirements 
Paul M. Kaufmann

#10: Neuropsychological perspectives of ADHD across the lifespan 
Jeffrey M. Halperin

#11: Neuropsychiatric cases in clinical practice: Evaluation and treatment considerations 
Ann C. Marcotte

#12: A syndromal approach to criminal forensic neuropsychology 
William B. Barr

#13: Brain imaging, genes and memory 
Andrew J. Saykin

#14: Clinically relevant functional neuroanatomy III: Vision and language 
Russell M. Bauer

#15: Matters of import in forensic neuropsychology: Can a panel of experts agree? 
Moderator: Jerry Sweet Panel: Larry Binder, Robert L. Denney, Manfred Greiffenstein, Robert L. Heilbronner

#16: Environmental lead: Effects on brain and development 
Douglas Ris

#17: Neuroimaging studies of emotion and memory: Sex differences, aging, and effects of brain dysfunction 
Ruben C. Gur

#18: Neurodevelopmental consequences of early thyroid hormone insufficiencies 
Joanne Rovet

#19: Ethics in the practice of pediatric neuropsychology: Lessons from the clinic 
Joel E. Morgan

#20: Functional brain imaging in neurorehabilitation 
Joseph H. Ricker

#21: Pediatric mild traumatic brain injury: Evaluation and management from injury through recovery 
Michael W. Kirkwood

#22: Case studies of financial competency assessment in older adults with dementia 
Daniel C. Marson, JD


#1: ABCN Exam Preparation 
Linas Bieliauskas & Diane Howieson

#2 Neuropsychology and Psychopharmacology: Cognitive Therapeutics in Clinical/Forensic Practice, Government, and Industry 
Robert M. Bilder

#3 Part II. Matters of Import in Forensic Neuropsychology: Can a Panel of Experts Agree? 
Jerry Sweet

#4 Recovery From Early Brain Injury 
Linda Ewing-Cobbs

#5 Pain Psychology for Neuropsychologists 
Kevin Greve & Kevin J. Bianchini

#6 Neuropsychological Aspects of Cancer and Cancer Treatment 
Christina A. Meyers

#7 Recent Advances in the Use of Virtual Reality in Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation 
Albert “Skip” Rizzo

#8 Current Directions in Diagnosis and Intervention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders 
Natacha Akshoomoff

#9 Neuropsychological Assessment of Children for Forensic Purposes 
H. Gerry Taylor

#10 Ethical Decision-Making in Clinical Neuropsychology 
Shane Bush

#11 Review of Genetics, Neuropathology, and Neuropsychology of Frontotemporal Dementia Syndromes 
Nancy Johnson

#12 Primer on Prematurity for Neuropsychologists 
Ida Sue Baron

#13 Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology: It’s Murder 
Robert Hanlon

#14 Clinically Relevant Functional Neuroanatomy IV: Anatomy of Memory 
Russell M. Bauer

#15 Treatment of The Bad Outcome Mild Head Injury Patient: A Psycho-Neurological Approach to the Rehabilitation of a Difficult Clinical Population 
Roger Light

#16 Principles of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Applied to Children 
George Prigatano

#17 Women as Expert Witnesses in Forensic Neuropsychology 
Kyle Brauer Boone

#18 Electrical Injury: Clinical and Research Update 
Neil Pliskin

#19 Using Neuropsychology and Genetics to Understand Comorbidity 
Bruce Pennington

#20 An MMPI-2 Update for Neuropsychologists 
Yossef S. Ben-Porath

#21 Understanding Somatization in the Practice of Clinical Neuropsychology 
Greg J. Lamberty


#1: ABCN Exam Preparation 
Linas Bieliauskas & Bernice Marcopulos

#2 Neuropsychology of Lyme Disease: Science and Controversy 
Richard Kaplan

#3 Mild Cognitive Impairment: Current Concepts and Controversies 
Glenn Smith

#4 Evidence-based Assessment and Research Interpretation 
Jacobus Donders

#5 Ethical Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology 
Chris Grote

#6 The Frontotemporal Syndromes: Models for Studying Brain-behavior Relationships 
Joel Kramer

#7 Assessment of Learning Disabilities and Attention– Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Adults 
Robert L. Mapou

#8 Ethical Dilemmas and Legal Requirements for the Pediatric Neuropsychologist 
Paul M. Kaufmann

#9 Assessing Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Forensic Settings 
Grant L. Iverson

#10 Cardiovascular Disease, Brain Dysfunction and Constitution the Development of Vascular Cognitive Impairment (VCI): The Paradigm of Vascular Load 
Ronald Cohen

#11 The Neuropsychology of Autism Spectrum Disorders 
Deborah Fein

#12 AACN Consensus Conference: The Neuropsychological Assessment of Effort, Response Bias, and Malingering 
Robert Heilbronner & Jerry Sweet

#13 The Differential Ability Scales, 2nd edition (DAS-II): Neuropsychological Interpretation of Scores 
Colin D. Elliott

#14 Neuropsychology of Blast and War-related Traumatic Brain Injuries 
Rodney Vanderploeg & Louis French,

#15 Pediatric ADHD: Comorbidities and Differential Diagnoses 
Kira Armstrong

#16 Functionally Relevant Human Neuroanatomy III: Attention and Executive Skills 
Russell M. Bauer

#17 The Neuropsychological IME in Private Disability Insurance 
Howard Oakes & David Lovejoy,

#18 Exposure to Toxic Chemicals: Neuropsychological Assessment in the Forensic Arena 
Roberta F. White

#19 The Business of (Neuro)Psychology: From Process to Practice to Profit 
Mark T. Barisa

#20 Clinical Reasoning and New Developments in Neuropsychological Assessment 
David J. Schretlen

#21 Mild Head Injuries in Children 
Keith Owen Yeates

#22 Foundations of Neuropsychological Assessment for the Criminal Courts 
Robert Denney


1. Preparing for Examination for ABPP Board Certification in Clinical Neuropsychology: ABCN Policies and Procedures 
Linas Bieliauskas, Ph.D., ABPP; Diane Howieson, Ph.D., ABPP

2. Update on Assessment and Treatment Of Alzheimer’s Disease And Its Prodrome 
Mark W. Bondi, Ph.D., ABPP & David P. Salmon, Ph.D.

3. Business Aspects of Private Practice in Clinical Neuropsychology for 2009 
Edward A. Peck III, PhD, ABPP

4. Neuropsychological Outcomes in Childhood Brain Tumors 
Celiane Rey-Casserly, Ph.D., ABPP

5. Neuropsychological Practice and Forensic Consulting: Cases, Controversies, and Legal Authority. 
Paul M. Kaufmann, J.D., Ph.D., ABPP

6. Business Management & Professional Issues Forum “Saving Neuropsychology from Extinction: Demonstrating Cost-Utility through Outcomes Research” (Panel Discussion, Gordon Chelune, PhD, ABPP Panel Chair)

7. Neuropsychological Aspects of Epilepsy & Epilepsy Surgery 
Gregory P. Lee, Ph.D., ABPP

8. Neuropsychology of Emotion and Personality: Integrating Theory and Practice 
Yana Suchy, Ph.D.

9. Outside the Norms: Neuropsychological Evaluation of Children with Significantly Atypical Movement, Communication, Vision, Hearing, Intelligence, and Self-regulation. 
Karen E. Wills, Ph.D., ABPP

10. Forensic Personality Assessment of Children and Adolescents: The MMPI-A and Beyond 
Robert Archer, Ph.D.

11. Neuropsychology In Capital Murder Cases: From Soup to Nuts and Bolts 
Richard Kolbell, Ph.D., ABPP

12. Clinical Practice with Non-English Speakers with Emphasis on Low Education: A Step by Step Guide 
Lidia Artiola i Fortuny, Ph.D., ABPP

13. Can fMRI Detect the Preclinical Stages of Neurodegenerative Disorders? 
Stephen Rao, Ph.D., ABPP

14. The Neuropsychological Basis of Learning Disabilities: Contemporary Findings 
Stephen R. Hooper, Ph.D.

15. Mock Depositions and Cross Examination of Experienced Neuropsychologist Experts 
Paul M. Kaufmann, J.D., Ph.D., APBB

16. Clinically Relevant Functional Neuroanatomy: Visual Cognition 
Rus Bauer, Ph.D., ABPP

17. Sociocultural Issues in Neuropsychology: Theoretical, Empirical, and Practical Considerations 
Monica Rivera Mindt, Ph.D.

18. Fundamentals of Brain Development: Integrating Nature and Nurture 
Joan Stiles, Ph.D.

19. The Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology: Differential Diagnosis and Data Analysis 
Joel E. Morgan, Ph.D., ABPP & Christopher L. Grote, Ph.D., ABPP

20. The Mind Matters: Psychological Considerations in the Assessment of Noncredible Responding 
Julie Suhr, Ph.D.

21. Use of the MMPI-2 Instruments in Neuropsychological Evaluations 
Kyle Brauer Boone, Ph.D., Yossef S. Ben-Porath, Ph.D., Hope E. Goldberg, Ph.D.

22. Developmental Coordination Disorder: From Behavior to Brain 
Deborah Dewey, Ph.D.

23. The NIH MRI Study of Normal Brain Development: A New Research Tool For You 
Edward M. Moss, Ph.D.

24. To Err is Human: Forensic and Clinical Implications of Normal Variability in Adults 
Laurence M. Binder, Ph.D., ABPP


1. Preparing for Examination for ABPP Board Certification in Clinical Neuropsychology: ABCN Policies and Procedures 
Linas Bieliauskas, Ph.D., ABPP; Diane Howieson, Ph.D., ABPP

2. Evidence-Based Research and Practice: Neuropsychology in the 21st Century Part I: Evidence-based Clinical Neuropsycholology: Nuts and Bolts 
Rus Bauer, Ph.D., ABPP & Gordon Chelune, Ph.D., ABPP

3. Cardiovascular Risk Factors, White Matter Disease and Cognition: A Longitudinal Study 
Richard Kaplan, Ph.D., ABPP

4. Enhancing Neuropsychology Practice with Forensic Consulting: Common Challenges, Dilemmas, and Solutions. 
Paul Kaufmann, Ph.D., J.D., ABPP

5. Cultural considerations in the practice and science of child neuropsychology: current state of affairs, controversies, and recommendations 
Desiree A. Byrd, Ph.D.

7. Evidence-Based Research and Practice: Neuropsychology in the 21st Century Part 2: Evidence-based Clinical Neuropsychology: How Much or How Many? 
Gordon Chelune, Ph.D., ABPP & Rus Bauer, Ph.D., ABPP

8. Scientific Update on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI): New Evidence for Diagnosis and Management 
Michael McCrea, Ph.D., ABPP

9. The ABC’s of Forensic Neuropsychology: A not so free association. 
Robert L. Heilbronner, Ph.D., ABPP

10. Childhood Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Tourette Syndrome: Diagnostic, Neurocognitive & Treatment Considerations 
Susanna Chang, PhD

13. The Role of the Neuropsychologist on the Deep Brain Stimulation Team 
Cynthia Kubu, Ph.D., ABPP

14. fMRI: A Primer for the Clinical Neuropsychologist 
Stephen Rao, Ph.D., ABPP

15. Addressing cross-cultural issues in forensic neuropsychology 
Lidia Artiola, Ph.D., ABPP

16. What Neuropsychologists Need To Know When Evaluating Children and Adolescents in the Juvenile Justice System 
Robert Kinscherff, Ph.D., Esq.

17. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Phenotype, Neuroanatomy, and Rehabilitation 
Joanne Rovet, Ph.D.

19. Clinically Relevant Functional Neuroanatomy VII: New Developments in the Functional Neuroanatomy of Cognition 
Russell M. Bauer, Ph.D., ABPP

20. Suggestions for Promoting and Maintaining an Ethical Neuropsychological Practice 
Doug Johnson-Greene, Ph.D., MPH, ABPP

21. Toxicology for Neuropsychologists: Poisonous Principles, Morbid Methodology and Fatal Forensic Flaws 
David Hartman, PhD, Jack Spector, Ph.D., ABPP, Martin Rohling Ph.D.

22. Testing for Noncredible Effort in Pediatric Assessment: Why, When, and How 
Michael W. Kirkwood, Ph.D., ABPP

23. Childhood Stroke and Sickle Cell Disease 
Desiree A. White, Ph.D.

26. Psychopharmacology for Neuropsychologists 
C. Alan Hopewell, Ph.D., ABPP

27. Neuropsychology of Sleep Disorders 
Mark C. Wilde, Psy.D., ABPP

28. The Financial Incentive Effect: It’s not just malingering. 
Kevin Bianchini, Ph.D.

29. Neuropsychological rehabilitation in children and adolescents: Recent evidence on the effectiveness of interventions 
Kimberly A. Kerns, Ph.D.


1. Preparing for Examination for ABPP Board Certification in Clinical Neuropsychology: ABCN Policies and Procedures 
Linas Bieliauskas, Ph.D., ABPP; Diane Howieson, Ph.D., ABPP

2. Now That We Understand, What Do We Do? Working With Patients with Somatic Symptom Disorders. 
Greg J. Lamberty, Ph.D., ABPP

3. Collaborative Knowledge-bases for Neuropsychology 
Robert M. Bilder, Ph.D., ABPP

4. Issues in the Neuropsychological Assessment of Patients with Pain in a Forensic Context 
Kevin J. Bianchini, Ph.D., & Kevin W. Greve, Ph.D., ABPP

5. Pediatric Psychopharmacology 
Peter D. Patrick, Ph.D.

6. Forum on Evidence-based Neuropsychology sponsored by the AACN Foundation 

7. Multiple Sclerosis: A Comprehensive workshop on the neuropsychology of MS 
Ralph Benedict, Ph.D., ABPP & Julie Bobholz, Ph.D., ABPP

8. Threats to the Validity of Inference in Neuropsychology and Novel Methods of Practice to Help Overcome Them 
David J. Schretlen, Ph.D., ABPP

9. Military TBI and PTSD: Implications for Civilian Forensic Practice 
Louis French, Ph.D. & Laura Howe, Ph.D.

10. Alcohol and the Adolescent Brain 
Aaron White, Ph.D.

11. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 
Thomas Bergquist, Ph.D., ABPP

12. Ethics in Forensic Practice: The Clash of Titans 
Joel E. Morgan, Ph.D., ABPP

13. Using the MMPI-2-RF in Forensic Evaluations 
Yossef S. Ben-Porath, Ph.D.

14. Mathematical Disabilities: Adding Up the Evidence for Assessment, Identification, and Intervention 
Marcia A. Barnes, Ph.D.

15. The Neuropsychology of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder 
Paul A. Arbisi, Ph.D., ABPP

16. Clinically Relevant Functional Neuroanatomy - Basic Organizational Principles 
Russell Bauer, Ph.D., ABPP

17. Improving Accuracy in Forensic Neuropsychological Assessment 
Grant L. Iverson, Ph.D.

18. Helping People without Making Them Helpless: Supporting Children and Adolescents with Brain Injury to Develop Self-Regulation 
Tim Feeney, Ph.D.

19. An Evidence-Based Approach to Assessment of Learning Disabilities in Adults 
Robert L. Mapou, Ph.D., ABPP

20. Sociocultural Issues in Neuropsychology: Promoting Evidence-Based Practice with Ethnic Minority Individuals 
Monica Rivera Mindt Ph.D.

21. The Quest for Continuous Measurement of Response Bias: Update on Use of Embedded Effort Indicators 
Kyle B. Boone, Ph.D., ABPP

22. Assessing and Treating Developmental Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Comprehension Disorders 
Louisa Moats, Ph.D.