|Course Title||ADVANCED NEUROPSYCHOLOGY|
|Full Title||Advanced Neuropsychology|
|Description||Biological bases of neuropsychological function and dysfunction, relationships between brain structure and function, neuropsychological assessment tools.|
|Prerequisite||Psychology 360 or 361 or grade of B or better in Psychology 260.|
|General Text||NOTE: To declare the psychology major, students must report in person to the Psychology Undergraduate Advising Office and provide the Undergraduate Adviser with evidence of having completed the requirements. Informal transcripts may be used by the Psychology Undergraduate Office to determine declaration of the major. Students should declare the major as soon as they have completed the necessary requirements and should complete no more than 12 units of upper division psychology courses prior to declaring the major. Admitted students transferring to SDSU should visit the Psychology Undergraduate Office for major advising.|
Reserved for classified graduate students in psychology: major codes 20011 and 20031.
Only students with a declared major in this department may register for this class.
This section has a zero-cost course materials (ZCCM) designation and exclusively uses digital course materials that are free of charge and may have an optional low-cost print version or there are no course materials required. The ZCCM designation may change if a new faculty member is assigned or other course materials are added.