Description: This course provides an overview of the neural mechanisms underlying human behavior. Core components of neuroscience are reviewed, including history, development, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, research, assessment and treatment. Psychological constructs including language, learning and memory, emotion, spatial behavior, and attention,/consciousness are reviewed. Brain injury and developmental, neurological, and psychiatric disorders are examined in conjunction with the role of the brain's plasticity Letter grade only. Course fee required.
Sections offered: Fall 2020 Spring 2021
Prerequisite: Admission to School Psychology (EdS) or Educational Psychology (PhD) program