Human Neuropsychology/Biological Bases of Behavior
Critical study of brain-behavior relationships.
PSYCH
585
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesPSYCH 381 & PSYCH 382; or equivalents; or instructor's consent.
 TaughtWinter Contact Department
Course Outcomes: 


1. Critical understanding of brain-behavior relationships

Students will extend their critical understanding of brain-behavior relationships.

Measurement: A series of exams, including a final exam, on the assigned textbook reading. Participation in class conversation about the required reading.

2. Integrate neuroanatomy with neurobiological functionality

Students will integrate neuroanatomy with neurobiological functionality.

Measurement: A series of exams, including a final exam, on the assigned textbook reading. Participation in class conversation about the required reading.

3. Apply understanding to clinical human neuropsychology

Students will apply their understanding to clinical human neuropsychology.

Measurement: Author a paper on a contemporary issue in human neuropsychology. The final exam will require analysis of specific human cases.