Psychology 1304 - Brain Damage as a Window into the Mind: Cognitive Neuropsychology





Half course - 4 credits - Graduate and Undergraduate

Examines the patterns of perceptual, motor, cognitive, and linguistic impairments resulting from brain damage. The focus is on the implications of the various types of neuropsychological deficits (such as visual neglect, dyslexia, and aphasia) for theories of the mind and the functional organization of the brain.

Prerequisites: The Psychology Department requires completion of Science of Living Systems 20 (or equivalent) and at least one foundational course from PSY 14 or MCB 80 before enrolling in this course.