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This course provides an introduction to the foundations of neuropsychology, including an introduction to functional neuroanatomy, neuropsychological research, and the presentation and effects of brain injuries, illnesses, and syndromes. Students learn to apply this knowledge through the administration, scoring,and interpretation of selected neuropsychological screening tests, with emphasis on their use with deaf and hard of hearing populations

PSY 840

Program: Psychology

Credit: 3

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