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Current yearly membership dues are: $110 (Regular), $70 (Associate), $50 (Post-doc/Early Career), and $30 (Student).

Information on membership categories:

Regular Membership: Members live and/or work in Massachusetts, and hold an earned doctorate in psychology from an accredited university or college and/or shall have been granted a state or provincial license to practice psychology. In addition, Regular Members shall be involved in teaching, research, and/or clinical practice in neuropsychology. Regular Members are entitled to attend and vote at all meetings of the Society, and to participate in all activities open to members. Regular Members are also entitled to vote in elections and hold office in the Society.

Associate Membership: Associate Members are interested in the promotion of neuropsychology but are not eligible for regular membership; also includes those who would be eligible for regular membership but who neither live nor work in Massachusetts. While such members are typically involved in teaching, research, and/or clinical practice in neuropsychology or related fields, the Board of Directors feels that it is important to remain flexible and reserves the right to accept under special circumstances Associate Members who are not currently involved in teaching, research, or clinical practice in neuropsychology. Associate Members are entitled to attend all meetings of the Society, and to participate in all activities open to members including serving on committees. However, Associate Members are not entitled to vote in elections or to hold office in the Society.

Post-Doctoral/Early Career Membership: Members include persons who are two years or less after completion of a doctoral degree in psychology or who are completing post-doctoral supervision/studies leading to psychology licensure. Post-Doctoral/Early Career members have voting privileges within their designated membership category and may hold office within that designated membership category (e.g. Post-Doctoral/Early Career Representative). They also may be members of committees and can attend all meetings of the Society at a reduced rate.

Student Membership: Student Members include students with an interest in neuropsychology who are enrolled in undergraduate programs, or are enrolled in graduate programs in neuropsychology or related fields at an accredited university or college, or are currently performing required internship/practicum training. In addition, members in this category include psychology students who are two years or less after completion of an undergraduate degree in psychology or related field and are working in a related clinical, research or teaching position prior to enrolling in an advanced degree program, and those who are completing research training leading to enrollment in graduate programs in neuropsychology or related fields at a recognized university or college. Student Members can attend all meetings of the Society at a reduced rate. They shall have voting privileges within their designated membership category and may hold office within that designated membership category (e.g., Student Representative). They also may be members of committees. Student Members must provide verification of their training status from their academic or training program director.



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