Beth A. Jerskey, Ph.D., May Institute’s Vice President of Professional Training and Research, authored an article that was published in the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Center’s (APPIC) E-newsletter titled, “Neuropsychology: When is the right time to adopt test revisions?”
The article highlights the ethical questions that come up when clinicians are considering when to adopt new test measures as part of neurocognitive or psychodiagnostic testing.
APPIC is an organization that provides services to members interested in training doctoral and postdoctoral psychologists as well as working with the National Match Program that places psychology doctoral students in internships.
Dr. Jerskey is the Director of Clinical Training for May Institute’s APA-accredited doctoral internship program in Clinical Psychology. In March 2016, she was appointed the Associate Editor for Neuropsychology for the APPIC E-Newsletter, a bi-annual publication aimed at informing training programs about current topics in the field.