Human Neuropsychology Laboratory

Laboratory, four hours. Requisites: courses 10, 100A, 100B, 115. Not open for credit to students with credit for 116A. Focus on human neural function in health and disease. Concentration on neural underpinnings of behaviors unique to humans. Hands-on empirical investigations of neural functions in which students themselves serve as subjects. Incorporation of neural bases of language and cognition, assessment in field of neuropsychology, and human neuroanatomy. Addresses disorders of nervous system that have profound impacts on human functioning such as stroke and central nervous system damage, dementia, mental illness, and pain. P/NP or letter grading.

Review Summary

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5-10 hrs/week
6.7 / 10


    Quarter Taken: Fall 2022 In-Person
    Grade: A

    Dr. Grisham is a fun lecturer, but the instructions that he gave on writing assignments can be a little bit ambiguous. There were three quizzes which were hard but fair. Overall I enjoyed the class and I learned a lot from the class!


William Grisham
Previously taught
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Grading Information

  • No group projects

  • Attendance required

  • No midterms

  • No final

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