Great Lakes Institute for Neuropsychology and Behavioral Health
Research, Training, and Clinical Services in Neuropsychology and Behavioral Healthcare

Listed below are links to some of the academic and professional organizations to which our staff belong, journals where you can find our research publications, and other websites we think might be helpful to the general population.

American Psychological Association      Psychological Services
The American Psychological Association (APA) is the largest organization of psychologists in the world. Some of our staff have held various offices in the APA and its Divisions.      Psychological Services is the official publication of the Division of Psychologists in Public Service of the American Psychological Association. The Great Lakes Institute’s Director, Dr. Pederson, is the Founding Editor of Psychological Services.

International Neuropsychological Society      American Geriatrics Society
The International Neuropsychological Society is a multi-disciplinary non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing communication among the scientific disciplines which contribute to the understanding of brain-behavior relationships. The Society currently has more than 4000 members throughout the world.       The American Geriatrics Society (AGS) is the premier professional organization of health care providers dedicated to improving the health and well-being of all older adults. With an active membership of over 6,000 health care professionals, the AGS has a long history of effecting change in the provision of health care for older adults.

NIMH Webpage on Depression      Alzheimer’s Disease Association
The National Institute of Mental Health, a federal agency, has provided this webpage with some helpful information for the general public about depression. Depression is the most common psychological problem, and is responsible for more lost work productivity in the United States than any other disease or imjury.      The Alzheimer’s Association provides a broad range of programs and services for people with the disease, families, care partners, residential care professionals and professional health care providers.