Clinical Neuropsychology (CN) is concerned with the function of the brain and its relationship to all aspects of behavior, as well as the impact of brain dysfunction and injury on individuals' abilities to function. The concentration not only encompasses the approaches, perspectives, and practice settings of neuropsychology, but also extends to the related disciplines of neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuropathology, neurorehabilitation and child neuropsychological assessment.
Course work includes: Clinical Neuropsychology; Clinical Neuroanatomy; Behavioral Neuropathology; Advanced Clinical Neuropsychology; Neuropsychological Case Analysis; Child and Adolescent Neuropsychological Assessment.
Ph.D. students will complete their research practicums, major papers and dissertation with a neruopsychology faculty member. Psy.D. students will complete four research practicums, a research project equivalent to a major paper, a dissertation-equivalent project in the area of neuropsychology under the direction of a neuropsychology faculty member, as well as the Ph.D. three course statistical sequence.