Cognitive Neuropsychology (BACH2142)
UNIT OF STUDY
Students acquire knowledge of normal cognition and the cognitive neuropsychological approach to brain-behaviour relationships and cognitive processes; the cognitive and behavioural consequences of brain damage and models of cognitive rehabilitation.
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Further unit of study information
2-hrs lecture/week, 1-hr tutorial/week
group presentation (15%), essay and annotated bibliography (35%) and final examination (50%)
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Unit of study rules
Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
BACH1165 or PSYC1001 or PSYC1002
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