PY412 - Human Neuropsychology

An in-depth consideration of the functional organization of the human central nervous system. General topics explored include neurology (e. g., language, spatial memory, sensorimotor, and emotional disorders), brain imaging techniques, and neuropsychological assessment. Field experience with brain-damaged/impaired individuals.

Prerequisite: Psychology 205 and Psychology 296 or Psychology 299.

1 unit — Erdal

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Human Neuropsychology explores the functional organization of the human central nervous system, which includes memory, language, and emotional disorders. In addition, students will learn brain imaging techniques and neuropsychological assessment.
 Human Neuropsychology
An in-depth consideration of the functional organization of the human central nervous system. General topics explored include neurology (e.g., language, spatial, memory, sensorimotor, and emotional disorders), brain imaging techniques, and neuropsychological assessment. Field experience with brain-damaged/impaired individuals.

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Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Spring 2025 Block 6 Human Neuropsychology Kristi Erdal TBA 15 / 15 05/22/2024
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