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With contributions by more than 40 experts in the field, this comprehensive text details the steps necessary to build a career in neuropsychology and outlines the core competencies students and trainees must master along the way.  

Contributors share helpful tips and guidance on topics as wide-ranging as getting into graduate school and navigating the application process, gaining internships and fellowships, licensure and certification, and finding a job. Chapters on competencies discuss common issues involving teaching and supervision, assessment, research, grants, ethics, and diversity, as well as personal and professional factors such as work–life integration, advocacy, and mentorship. The content and structure of the book is based on the most up-to-date specialty training and education standards.

This indispensable volume will serve as a foundational resource for readers whose aim is to become a neuropsychologist in any of the associated fields of health care, research, or education.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781433832987
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Publication date: 06/22/2021
Pages: 407
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

 

 

 

About the Author

Cady Block, PhD, is an assistant professor and neuropsychologist in the Department of Neurology at Emory. Dr. Block’s doctoral, internship, and fellowship training all included emphases in clinical neuropsychology, comprising a PhD at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, internship at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, and postdoctoral fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine. She has a number of published peer-reviewed articles related to the training ,education, and practice of clinical neuropsychology in national journals, and has served in a variety of leadership roles in national and international neuropsychological societies.

 

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Contributors
Foreword.    What It Means to Be a Neuropsychologist in an Evolving Field
Antonio E. Puente
Acknowledgments
Introduction.    On Becoming a Neuropsychologist
Cady Block
I: Timeline for Training and Career Entry in Neuropsychology
Chapter 1.    Applying and Getting Into Graduate School
Julie Suhr, Steven Paul Woods, Claire Alexander, and Michelle Babicz
Chapter 2.    Preparing for and Obtaining a Predoctoral Internship in Neuropsychology
Emily Kellogg, Brittany Cerbone, Laura Kenealy, and Robert Collins
Chapter 3.    Preparing for and Obtaining a Postdoctoral Fellowship
Douglas Bodin
Chapter 4.    Professional Licensure and Credentialing
Joseph Ackerson and Cady Block
Chapter 5.    Board Certification in Neuropsychology
Christopher Grote, Jason R. Soble, and Adeline León
Chapter 6.    Finding a Job: Clinical Careers in Neuropsychology
Heather G. Belanger, Jason R. Soble, Edward Peck III, Patrick Armistead-Jehle, Mark Barisa, Lucien Roberts III, and Mike R. Schoenberg
Chapter 7.    Finding a Job: Research Careers in Neuropsychology
Yana Suchy and Matthew J. Euler
II: Foundational Competencies in Neuropsychology
Chapter 8.    Training, Education, and Competencies in Neuropsychology
Brad Roper and Scott Sperling
Chapter 9.    Classroom Teaching and Clinical Supervision Competencies
Leslie Guidotti Breting and Douglas M. Whiteside
Chapter 10.    Consultation, Assessment, and Intervention Competencies
Amy Heffelfinger and Julie Janecek
Chapter 11.    Neuroanatomy Training and Competencies
Michael Parsons and Cady Block
Chapter 12.    Research Development and Dissemination Competencies
Derin Cobia, Dalin Pulsipher, and Cady Block
Chapter 13.    Research Awards and Grantsmanship Competencies
Stephanie Kielb and Cady Block
Chapter 14.    Ethics, Legal Standards, and Policy in Neuropsychology
Dede Ukueberuwa, Christopher Nguyen, and Daniel Tranel
Chapter 15.    Individual and Cultural Diversity Competencies
Christopher Nguyen, Octavio Santos, and Daryl Fujii
Chapter 16.    Self-Care and Work–Life Integration Competencies
Laura Flashman and Robin Hilsabeck
Chapter 17.    Mentorship in Clinical Neuropsychology
C. Munro Cullum, Shawn McClintock, and Laura Lacritz
Chapter 18.    Interdisciplinary Science, Practice, and Education Competencies
Joanne Festa and Christina A. Palmese
Chapter 19.    Leadership Development Competencies
Cynthia S. Kubu
Chapter 20.    Advocacy Competencies
Scott A. Sperling, Beth C. Arredondo, Stephanie D. Bajo, and Lucas D. Driskell
Index
About the Editor

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