Arts, Sciences, and Engineering Brain and Cognitive Sciences
CRN Course Course Title Term Credits Status
12518 BCS 242 NEUROPSYCHOLOGY Fall 2019 4.0 Open
Schedule:
Day Begin End Building Room
Enrollment: Section Enroll     
54
Section Cap     
No Cap
Total Enroll     
123
Total Cap     
125
Cross Listed: BCS 242 (P), BCS 542, NSC 242, PSY 242
Instructors: MARTINEZ A
Prerequisites: BCS 110 or BCS 240 (NSC 201) or permission of instructor
Description: Examines clinical neuropsychology, which bridges neurology, neuroscience, and clinical psychology. Covers history of clinical neuropsychology, principles of neuropsychological assessment, and the interpretation of cognition and behavior as they relate to brain dysfunction. Considers specific neurological syndromes including neurodegenerative, cerebrovascular, toxic, and memory disorders; epilepsy; head trauma; infectious processes; pediatric neuropsychology; psychiatric syndromes; and forensic neuropsychology. Patient presentations (videotape and in-person interviews) supplement lectures.
Clusters: N1BCS001, N1BCS003, N1BCS008, N1BCS009, S1CSP001
Offered: Fall

CRN Course Course Title Term Credits Status
12708 BCS 242 NEUROPSYCHOLOGY Fall 2018 4.0 Open
Schedule:
Day Begin End Building Room
Enrollment: Section Enroll     
43
Section Cap     
No Cap
Total Enroll     
84
Total Cap     
125
Cross Listed: BCS 242 (P), BCS 542, NSC 242, PSY 242
Instructors: WEBER M
Prerequisites: BCS 110 or BCS 240 (NSC 201) or permission of instructor
Final Exam Schedule: MEL 203 on 1220 at 1230
Description: Examines clinical neuropsychology, which bridges neurology, neuroscience, and clinical psychology. Covers history of clinical neuropsychology, principles of neuropsychological assessment, and the interpretation of cognition and behavior as they relate to brain dysfunction. Considers specific neurological syndromes including neurodegenerative, cerebrovascular, toxic, and memory disorders; epilepsy; head trauma; infectious processes; pediatric neuropsychology; psychiatric syndromes; and forensic neuropsychology. Patient presentations (videotape and in-person interviews) supplement lectures.
Clusters: N1BCS001, N1BCS003, N1BCS008, N1BCS009, S1CSP001
Offered: Fall