APP2013 - Psychology 2A
APP2014 - Psychology 2B
APP2101 - Intercultural and Developmental Issues in Psychology
|1.||Critically discuss conceptual and methodological approaches to human neuropsychology;|
|2.||Elucidate knowledge of clinical neuropsychology presentation and methods of inquiry for a selection of child and adult disorders;|
|3.||Appraise conceptual and methodological issues in the study of psychopathology;|
|4.||Elucidate the basic phenomenology of a selection of psychological disorders and of relevant theoretical perspectives; and|
|5.||Critically review and analyse information about clinical aspects of psychology.|
|Test||Mid-semester test on neuroanatomy (30 minutes)||20%|
|Review||Critical Review of a clinical aspects of psychology topic (2500 words)||30%|
|Examination||End of semester exam (2 hours)||50%|
Abnormal psychology: An integrative approach 8th edn
Barlow, DH, Durand, VM, & Hofmann, SG 2018
Stamford, CT: Cengage.
Fundamentals of human neuropsychology, 7th edn
Kolb, B & Whishaw, I.Q 2015
New York: Worth Publishers/Macmillan
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