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    University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
  Nov 22, 2017
2017-2018 University Catalog

BS 428 - Neuropsychology (cross-listed as NS 428 and PS 428)

This course is designed to introduce upper-level students interested in careers in medicine, clinical psychology, and related health science disciplines to the structure-function relationships of the human brain. The course emphasizes adult brain anatomy and function. The behavioral effects of brain damage (e.g., agnosia, neglect, aphasia, apraxia, amnesia) will be related to neuropsychological theories of brain function and examined in depth through readings, case material, and presentations. 

Prerequisites & Notes
(Prerequisites: PS 101 and BS 119 and BS 120 or BS 133 and BS 135 or BS 137)

Credits: 3