SCN Listservs

A listserv is simply an electronic mailing list that is operated similar to an online thread. It allows people to easily create, maintain, and control information sent out to a collective list of e-mail addresses. Once a topic is started, other members of the listserv can reply and in turn see others’ responses to the original post. Having a single list of subscribers removes the burden for members as they only need to maintain their own subscription status. Many listserv memberships, such as those sponsored through SCN, are private and by subscription only.

Please note that there are rules to using the SCN listservs. Outside of practicing general etiquette when interacting with other listserv members, APA has their own set of listserv usage rules that all users must abide by. Please first read the APA listserv usage rules. These rules may be found online here. Welcome to the SCN Listservs – and happy posting!

SCNNEURONEWS is a listserv used to send out the issues of the division newsletter and our monthly email news blasts.  All new members in the division are automatically added to this listserv.  This list is for current members only.

DIV40EMA is a discussion forum for the SCN Ethnic Minority Affairs Interest Group, which focuses on professional development for members of ethnic minority groups and promotion of culturally competent research, practice and training among all neuropsychologists.

DIV40WIN is a discussion forum for the SCN Women in Neuropsychology Interest Group, which focuses on professional development of female members and efforts to increase the representation of women in leadership positions.

DIV40ECNPC is a discussion forum for the SCN Early Career Neuropsychologist Committee, which focuses on early career neuropsychologists, defined as those who are within the ten-year period after completion of the doctorate degree. This includes postdoctoral fellows.

DIV40ANST is a discussion forum for the SCN student and trainee organization. Trainees are defined as any individual in training prior to completion of a postdoctoral fellowship (i.e., high school students, undergraduate students, graduate students, and predoctoral interns).

Other Listservs

The American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (AACN) sponsors a series of listservs ranging from general member announcements to ones more specific to interest areas or board certification. Please visit AACN here for more information.

Information on issues relevant to pediatric neuropsychology. Subscribe by  sending the message “SUBSCRIBE PED-NPSY (your first and last name)” to listserv@lists.umn.edu. You will subsequently receive an e-mail containing instructions for you to follow in order to confirm your subscription.

Offering information on issues relevant to the field of clinical neuropsychology. Subscribe by visiting Neurolist and completing the online form presented on the website under ‘NPSYCH’.

The American Psychological Association (APA) is also a wealth of information as far as listservs. There are many pertinent to students and trainees, as well as a main listserv and leadership network listserv for our early career members. For all of our members, APA membership allows you to request access to any of the hundreds of other listservs sponsored by the overall organization or any of its 50+ specialty divisions.

The Association for Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) also sponsors a series of listservs that are beneficial for any students and trainees applying for internship and fellowship. For prospective interns, most relevant are the APPIC match announcementpost-match vacancy announcement, and intern applicant discussion listservs. For prospective fellows, most relevant are the fellowship announcement and applicant discussion listservs.

There are additional specialty listservs listed through the National Academy of Neuropsychology listed here. If you ever hear of any others, please email us so we may post it on our website!

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