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Dr. John Meyers, Psy.D., ABN is offering a one day WEBINAR on the Meyers Neuropsychological Battery/System: Advanced Interpretation. The workshop will be May 14, 2021. Each registered participant will receive a link to join the online workshop. All participants of the Webinar must log into the workshop and must show participation in the webinar to receive the CE’s. There will be a quiz at the end of the day. Each participant must pass the questions at 75% or better to receive the CE credits. To register for the WEBINAR, purchase it from the store.
When: May 14, 2021
Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
Where: Online through ZOOM
Cost: $100.00 fee for the WEBINAR conference
Continuing Education: 3-hour courses will be offered for three (3) continuing education (CE) credits for the WEBINAR. There is no CE credit granted for partial attendance. CE certificates will be emailed to every participant after the participant submits an evaluation form and passes the post-test with score of 75% or higher. The content of the program is at an Advanced level for psychologists.
The American College of Professional Neuropsychology is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The American College of Professional Neuropsychology maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Format: As this is a WEBINAR format, the logging in and logging out of the WEBINAR will be maintained as proof of your participation in the webinar. Also, the chat discussions will be saved to show participation. These requirements are to meet the APA standards for CE credit for the Webinar.
The webinar format will allow interaction between the presenter and the participants. The presenter will demonstrate the new Kullback-Leibler computation methodology and research data using various profile matching methods.
It is assumed that each participant will be familiar with the basic functionality of the MNB/MNS. Participants are encouraged to watch these three basic workshop information videos prior to the Advanced Workshop: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3. Other helpful videos are available in the MNB help file (Manual for the MNB).
Disclosure: The MNB is a commercial neuropsychological scoring program developed and owned by Dr. John Meyers.
Program Overview: This webinar is designed for the more moderate to advanced user who would benefit from advanced knowledge and application to specific “hard to figure out cases.” Included in the presentation will be a summary of three peer-reviewed publications that will discuss content about the applicability of the MNB to specific cases.
Each participant will be able to:
- Discuss a clinical case; selecting the appropriate clinical comparisons.
- Generate and test a hypothesis; and
- Explain the interpretive process to various cases.
Registration and Sign in
- Start: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 pm (Eastern Time Zone)
- Recent Research
- Discriminant Functions
- Forensic Application
- Break (15 Min)
- Case Studies
- Evaluation Forms and 16 item Quiz
- 4:00 pm: End of Day
- Submission of Evaluation Form
Recent Articles on the MNB
Rohling, M.L., Meyers, J.E., Williams, G.R., Kalat, S.S., Williams, S.K., Keene, J., (2019). Application of the Daubert Standards to the Meyers Neuropsychological Battery Using the Rohling Interpretive Method, Psychol. Inj. and Law, DOI 10.1007/s12207-015-9227-1.
Meyers, J.E., Miller, R.M., Rohling, M.L., Kalat, S.S. (2019). Premorbid Estimates of Neuropsychological Functioning for Diverse Groups. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult, https://doi.org/10.1080/23279095.2018.1550412.
Rohling, M. L., Miller, R. M., Axelrod, B. N., Wall, J. R., Lee, A. J. H., & Kinikini, D. T.(2015). Is Co-Norming Required? Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 30, 611-633.
Brief Bio of the Presenter
John Meyers Psy.D. is the creator of the Meyers Neuropsychological Battery (MNB) and the Meyers Neuropsychological System. He holds board certifications in Neuropsychology from ABN and ABPdN. He is past president (2017) of the National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN). He has authored many published articles and book chapters in the area of neuropsychology, test development and interpretation. Dr. Meyers has worked in a variety of settings including hospital, rehabilitation, and outpatient settings. He has evaluated more than 9000 patients with a practice history that has spanned 20 years of clinical practice. The MNB was developed in response to clinical and practice needs. The MNB has a well-developed history of published research on the battery including reliability and validity and shows a very good clinical utility.