Functional Neuroanatomy for the Neuropsychologist
This course will cover human functional anatomy from a systems perspective, integrating results from lesion research and functional neuroimaging. Students will learn to identify the gyri and major sulci on MR images and will memorize the associated Brodmann's regions and their functional significance. Systems covered will include vision, spatial, representation, audition, language, cortical and sub-cortical motor systems, memory, emotion, and executive functions. Course is offered Fall quarter, Thursdays, 9 - 10:30 a.m. in the Marisa Leif Conference room #3200, at 300 Medical Plaza. Prerequisite: post-doctoral fellows in neuropsychology and radiology and graduate students in neuroscience.
Postdoctoral fellows in neuropsychology and radiology and graduate students in neuroscience.
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