How the Brain Works: An Introduction to Neuropsychology

MET PS 335

Where do our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors come from? They all originate in the brain. The mysteries of the brain become accessible through the study of tragically commonplace medical events and conditions such as stroke and dementia and exceptionally rare cases where n = 1 (the amnesic patient H.M.; the infamous Phineas Gage). Neuropsychology is the study of the relationship between the brain and behavior. This course examines the anatomical structures of the brain including the cerebral lobes, brain stem and subcortical regions and will explore cognitive processes including memory, language, attention, and emotion. Significant emphasis will be placed on the relation between brain disorders (resulting from head injury, stroke, degenerative disease, etc.) and abnormal behavior.

SPRG 2015 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
D1 Seichepine R 6:00 pm-9:00 pm Doesn't satisfy
graduation req.
for CAS Psych
majors/minors.
Prereq: PS101.

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