The AACN/Routledge Continuing Education Series publishes authored and edited volumes containing a blend of cutting-edge primary research and practical/professional material for clinicians, researchers, and students of clinical neuropsychology and clinical psychology.
Each volume is written or edited by leading scholars in the field and is specifically designed to assist readers in advancing their relevant research or professional activities in clinical neuropsychology.
Volumes in this series have been selected because they provide one or more of the following:
AACN Online System
Any licensed psychologist who reads one of the books in the AACN/Routledge series will be able to earn CE credits by reading designated books and completing an online quiz.
To Receive Online Credit:
The estimated time to read the book and complete the related quiz is determined by the length of each book, which also determines the number of possible credits.
The cost of CE credits is noted on the AACN website, and is reduced for AACN members and affiliates. Credit will be awarded to individuals scoring 80% or higher on the quiz. Participants will receive an immediate confirmation of credits earned by email.
CE Accreditation Statement
AACN is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. AACN maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Neuropsychological Evaluation of Somatoform and Other Functional Somatic Conditions Assessment Primer
New Frontiers in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury An Evidence Base for Clinical Practice
Neuropsychology of Malingering Casebook
By Bernice A. Marcopulos, Matthew M. Kurtz
May 22, 2017
Clinical Neuropsychological Foundations of Schizophrenia is the first practitioner-oriented source of information on the neuropsychology of schizophrenia. This volume demonstrates the growth in what is known about cognition in schizophrenia, its assessment, and how this informs clinical practice. ...
By Kyle Brauer Boone
March 15, 2017
Neuropsychologists are provided with little formal education and training regarding the identification and measurement of somatoform symptoms, yet these conditions are highly prevalent, with estimates indicating that 20% of general medical patients and 30% of neurologic clinic patients present with...
By Cathy Catroppa, Vicki Anderson, Miriam Beauchamp, Keith Yeates
December 21, 2015
New Frontiers in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury provides an evidence base for clinical practice specific to traumatic brain injury (TBI) sustained during childhood, with a focus on functional outcomes. It utilizes a biological-psychosocial conceptual framework consistent with the ...
By Joel E. Morgan, Jerry J. Sweet
June 23, 2015
Clinical neuropsychologists frequently evaluate individuals within a forensic context, and therefore must address questions regarding the possible presence of reduced effort, response bias and/or malingering. This volume offers a wide range of instructive real-world case examples involving the...