Online access to The Clinical Neuropsychologist is available for members and affiliates who have paid annual dues. This access includes all volumes back to 1987 and all pre-publication articles. Please contact us should you have any questions about your access.
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The Clinical Neuropsychologist (TCN) serves as the premier forum for (1) state-of-the-art clinically-relevant scientific research, (2) in-depth professional discussions of matters germane to evidence-based practice, and (3) clinical case studies in neuropsychology. Of particular interest are papers that can make definitive statements about a given topic (thereby having implications for the standards of clinical practice) and those with the potential to expand today’s clinical frontiers (e.g., introduction of a disorder that is typically not under the purview of clinical neuropsychology, yet presents with neurocognitive sequelae; introduction of new assessment or intervention tools). Research on all age groups, and on both clinical and normal populations, is considered.