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Bylaws Revision, 2-4-1997.
4. The minimum qualifications for election to the category Fellow shall be:
a. Attainment of the category of Member in the Division of Clinical Neuropsychology for at least one year.
to the Committee on Fellowship by at least three (3) Members of the Division
Neuropsychology, at least two (2) of whom are Fellows of the Division.
that the Member has made a substantial contribution to the science and/or
the profession of
neuropsychology as attested by the following:
[1. prior status as a Member for at least one (1) year;]
1) Active engagement at the time of nomination in the
advancement of neuropsychology in any of its aspects.
2) Documentation of the [ways in which] Member?s outstanding activities,
performance that have had a sustained, discernible, and salutary effect on the development of
neuropsychology as a science and/or a profession.
to the category of Fellow by the Division?s Committee on Fellowship and
ratification of the
nomination by the Executive Committee of the Division, such nomination and ratification to be conducted in
accordance with extant bylaws and Rules of Council of the American Psychological Association.
[4. Associates of the American Psychological Association may, should
they be so interested, be accepted as Associates
of the Division.]
5. A majority vote of the Membership
Committee or of the Committee on Fellowship shall constitute a
nomination from these committees [to] of the general membership for action. [A majority vote of the general
membership at the annual business meeting shall be required for acceptance]. Acceptance to any category of
membership shall be according to the extant bylaws and Rules of Council of the American Psychological
6. The minimum membership dues are set by the Council of Representatives
in the American Psychological
Association and paid to the Division of Clinical Neuropsychology by the Association from the members annual fees.
Additional dues or assessments may be imposed upon the recommendation of the Executive Committee and with the
majority approval of the general membership at the annual business meeting.
7. The Secretary of the Division, or their designate, directly or through
the Central Office of the American
Psychological Association, shall notify applicants for membership in the Division of their membership status with the
Division in a timely fashion after the annual business meeting.
Membership Rights, Privileges, and Restrictions
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