This episode is a conversation with Dr. Brad Roper about the Minnesota Update Conference (MNC) in neuropsychology. We discuss the history of the Houston Conference Guidelines, including how they have benefited neuropsychology and why they need to be updated, the overarching goals of the MNC, three primary focus areas of the MNC, the organization and structure of the conference (to be held in September 2022), and the possible long-term impact of the MNC on the field of neuropsychology.
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