The British Neuropsychological Society (BNS) was formed in 1989 as a result of the joining together of two former groups: The Neuropsychology Interest Group (NIG) and the Cognitive Neuropsychology Group (COGNIG). The amalgamation was based on the insight that there is a positive symbiotic relationship between clinical investigations of patients with neuropsychological impairments and basic cognitive science. The BNS will always continue to embrace, share and celebrate findings and innovations irrespective of the source and discipline in which they arise. BNS biannual meetings are designed as a forum for basic cognitive neuroscientists, clinicians from the clinical neurosciences and allied health professionals in order to present and discuss cutting-edge theory, neuroscience methods, and their translation into clinical practice.
Prof. Nicky Edelstyn
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