Read Articles in ACN & Earn CE Credit

You can earn 1 CE credit per article selected in Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology by reading the article through Oxford University Press and completing an online quiz. NAN members receive complimentary access to the journal and a reduced rate on the CE credit opportunity.

To Receive CE Credit:

  • Read a CE-designated article in ACN (you must access and read the article on your own prior to purchasing the CE credit through NAN DistanCE). 
  • Register for the specific article for which you wish to receive CE credit. 
  • Complete all questions on the quiz and pass with a score greater than 75%.
  • CE certificates will be emailed to you or immediately accessed through the “My Learning” menu tab in the DistanCE online learning platform.

Cost to Earn CE Credit:

  • Members: $20 
  • Non-Members: $30 

Available Articles:

REM Sleep Behavior Disorder in Parkinson’s Disease: Change in Cognitive, Psychiatric, and Functional Outcomes from Baseline to 16-47-Month Follow-Up

Ryan Van Patten, Zanjbeel Mahmood, Delaney Pickell, Jacqueline E Maye, Scott Roesch, Elizabeth W Twamley, J Vincent Filoteo, Dawn M Schiehser
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, Volume 37, Issue 1, February 2022, Pages 1–11

After this activity, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the cognitive and functional changes that occur over time in patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) with rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder (RBD).
2. List at least two clinical implications that follow from the current study findings.

Target Audience: Neuropsychologists at all career levels
Instructional Level:  Introductory

View the article here.

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Productive Social Engagement as a Vehicle to Promote Activity and Neuro-Cognitive Health in Later Adulthood

Michelle C Carlson
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, Volume 36, Issue 7, October 2021, Pages 1274–1278

After this activity, participants will be able to:
1. List two areas of brain function most negatively impacted by aging.
2. Describe how social, physical, and cognitive activity can benefit the areas of the brain most negatively affected by aging.


Target Audience: Neuropsychologists at all career levels
Instructional Level:  Introductory

View the article here.

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The Effects of Cannabis Use on Cognitive Function in Healthy Aging: A Systematic Scoping Review

Nina Pocuca, T Jordan Walter, Arpi Minassian, Jared W Young, Mark A Geyer, William Perry
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology,
Volume 36, Issue 5, August 2021, Pages 673–685.

After this activity, participants will be able to:
1. List three areas of brain morphology that have been found to be impacted by cannabis use.
2. Describe the effects that cannabis use has on cognitive functioning in older adults, as found in the studies included in the systematic review.

Target Audience: Neuropsychologists at all career levels
Instructional Level:  Introductory

View the article here.

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Alzheimer Disease and Parkinson Dementia Distinguished by Cognitive Marker 

Irina Kozlova, Mario A Parra, Nataliya Titova, Maria Gantman, Sergio Della Sala
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, Volume 36, Issue 3, May 2021, Pages 307–315.

After this activity, participants will be able to:
1. Describe how the Temporary Memory Binding (TMB) task can be used in the differential diagnosis of common forms of dementia. 
2. List the characteristics of the TMB task that make it an ideal tool for differential diagnosis.

Target Audience: Neuropsychologists at all career levels
Instructional Level:  Introductory

View the article here. 

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