Pre-requisites: PSY1003


Aims/Description: This unit will build on the content of Neuroscience and Clinical Psychology I, to provide students with a more in depth understanding of principles within neuroscience and clinical psychology. The module will cover the aetiology, development, assessment and treatment of more complex psychological and neurological disorders. Students will develop and build on their knowledge, skills and understanding by attending lectures, engaging with activities/discussions within the lectures and engaging with the reading for this module.

Restrictions on availability: Limited to Psychology students. Human Communication students may also take this unit by special arrangement.

Staff Contact: AKRAM ASHA
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Independent Study
Assessment: Formal Exam

Information on the department responsible for this unit (Psychology):

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