PSY 235 Cognitive Neuropsychology
This course examines deficits in human cognitive function resulting from brain damage. It draws on principles of neuroscience, psychology, and neurology for insights into how the brain mediates the ability to use and integrate capacities such as perception, language, actions, memory, and thought. This course is offered in the fall semester.
Prerequisite: Psychology 101, and Psychology 231 or 233, or permission of the instructor..
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