PSY-625 Neuropsychology (W22)
This course is designed as an introduction to basic topics in human neuropsychology. The course introduces basic neuroanatomy, neuroembriology and neurochemistry. We then review clinical and empirical research concerning damage to the central nervous system affecting various cognitive processes that include language, attention, memory, visual-spatial functioning, problem solving, emotion, and consciousness. Classroom discussions and lectures utilize both empirical and clinical case materials.