Human Neuropsychology/Biological Bases of Behavior
Psychology College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences
Critical study of brain-behavior relationships.
Grade Rule 8: A, B, C, D, E, I (Standard grade rule)
or equivalents; or instructor's consent.
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.
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.