PSY-375 / BIOL-375: Applied Neuropsychology

Credits 3
Grade Scheme
Session Cycle

Multidisciplinary course in neuroscience, with clinical ties to neurology, psychiatry, and psychology, as well as basic scientific links to biology, computer science, and cognitive studies. Examines how the structure and function of the brain relate to specific cognitive processes and overt behaviors through the use of neuropsychological testing methods. Topics include orientation, learning and memory, intelligence, language, visuoperception, and executive functioning. The administration, scoring, and interpretation of various neuropsychological measures are discussed. Offered alternate years. (Cross-listed as BIOL-375)


PSY-230 or MATH-140 or SOC-322; and PSY-210 or PSY-317 or PSY-319 or BIOL-110; or permission of instructor

Term Offered
Spring Only