Applicants for the Clinical Neuropsychology Fellowship must have completed a doctoral degree from a program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) or Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) in one of the health service delivery areas of psychology, such as clinical psychology or counseling psychology.
Graduate training must include core course work in:
- Clinical psychology, including psychometric theory, assessment and psychopathology
- Foundations in brain behavior relationships, including functional neuroanatomy and neurological disorders
- The practice of neuropsychology, including specialized assessment and intervention techniques
Graduate training in research design and methodology, statistics, and professional ethics also is required.
All applicants must complete an APA- or CPA-accredited internship with rotation in a neuropsychology specialty area. All doctoral degree requirements, including successful dissertation defense, must be completed before the Clinical Neuropsychology Fellowship begins.
Also see general admissions requirements:
Sept. 15, 2014