This program provides a systematic introduction to the neural basis of mental function. It includes experimental work done with both humans and animals, as well as findings from clinical populations. The goal of the minor is to provide a balanced, synthesized, and integrated view of what we know about the brain and its effects on cognition and behavior.

Minor in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuropsychology Requirements: 18 Credits

PSY 201Introductory Psychology3
PSY 370Applying Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology3
PSY 437Physiological Psychology3
Select nine credits from the following two groups (at least one from each group):9
Physiological Aspects of Neuropsychology
Sensation and Perception
Drugs and Behavior
Cognitive and Association Aspects of Neuropsychology
Cognitive Psychology
Learning: Basic Processes
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
Total Credits18