Norwegian Neuropsychological Association

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Norwegian Neuropsychological Association

The Norwegian Neuropsychological Society is established in the year 1996 On Vettre Congress with 70 psychologists attending. In celebration speech was the foundation of the association prepared by Kari Troland, president of the Student Council of neuropsychology as an herbs children; pregnancy had been far enough.  In September 1994, it held a national meeting in the Great Auditorium, Surgical Block, Rikshospitalet. 60 psychologists would meet. The meeting had posts by Hallgrimur Kløve: "Quality assurance in neuropsychology," Ivar Rein Vang: "Clinical neuropsychological examination, status and challenges", Kjetil Sundet: "About a specialty in clinical neuropsychology and the experience gained" and lecture by Robert A. Bornstein, former Executive Secretary of the International neuropsychological Society (INS), Lecture Ivar Rein Vang is later published in the Journal of the Norwegian Psychological Association and was awarded Bjorn Christiansen Memorial Prize for best article in 1997. This meeting resulted in that it was appointed an interim board comprising Årstein Skiftun, Peter Arnesen, and Annelise Rugland, later also Kari Troland and Erik Hesse, who prepared the foundation meeting in April 1996. It was chosen a board of 10 directors including personal deputies.Hallgrimur Kløve became head of the association and Anne-Kristine Schanke deputy. In addition, Anne Grethe Urnes, Erik Hesse, Knut Waterloo, Jorgen Sundby, Knut Dalen, Kjetil Sundet, , Nils Inge Landro and Beate orbeck selected. Norwegian Neuropsychological Society had the purpose to unite national, international issues and themes in neuropsychology. This reflects that the neuropsychological field perhaps more than any other psychological operations are internationally based. It also reflects Hallgrim clover international position and contacts, as illustrated by the INS summer 1997, their meeting in Bergen. Since 1996, annual annual meetings with growing participation and internationally renowned speakers beside the contributions of our own forces. The association received in 1998 their own news bulletin Neuropsychology where Knut Dalen was editor since its inception.Neuropsychology started as a single newsletter, but has gradually evolved into a small magazine with professional articles and news stories about Norwegian neuropsychology. Later on Helen Haanes editor stool, followed by Sverre Andresen and from 2007 Maria Stylianou Korsnes edited. Society has placed emphasis on developing the Nordic cooperation through its contact with the Nordic sister unions. The Nordic Neuropsychological meeting held in rotation between the Nordic societies. Norwegian Neuropsychological Society started in 1996 with 70 members. In 2000, approximately 165 members. In 2007, membership reached 285 members and appears to have stabilized. In line with our intention, we have succeeded in linking the Norwegian neuropsychological research community closer together. In the time since the inaugural meeting, the need for a common Norwegian forum been clearly documented by the great support around the association of psychologists across the country.

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