47th Annual International Neuropsychology Society Conference

Dr. Culotta, Dr. Blackwell, and interns from NeuroBehavioral Associates will be presenting 3 posters at this year’s 47th Annual International Neuropsychology Society Conference in New York, New York.  The conference will be held from February 20th through February 23rd.  The following research case studies will be presented:


Culotta, S. O., Wegfahrt, M. E., and Blackwell, […]

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