Neuropsychology
Course

Neuropsychology

Course Features

Course Details

Units

  1. Neuro-psychological development and measurement techniques.
  2. Neuro-psychological development and implications in the learning process of children aged 0-6 years. Analysis protocol in the alterations.
  3. Primary and secondary reflexes.
  4. Neuro-psychological development: Recognising others at ages 0-6 years.
  5. Development of early stimulation programmes for children aged 0-3 years.
  6. Development of early stimulation programmes for children aged 3-6 years.

Objectives

General

  1. Explain the most important milestones in child development at ages 0-6 years.
  2. Explain up-to-date techniques for measuring neuro-psychological development at ages 0-6 years.
  3. Explain the relationship between neuro-psychological development and the learning process at ages 0-6 years.
  4. To analyse neuro-psychological development in different developmental disorders in ages 0-6 years.
  5. To monitor the knowledge acquired about neuro-psychological development and the learning process in ages 0-6 years.

Specifics.

  1. To analyse the development of primary and secondary reflexes in the first year of life and their developmental implications:
  2. To analyse the neuro-psychological development in the recognition of others at ages 0-6 years and its implications in development: consequences of the alterations.
  3. To analyse the elaboration of Early stimulation programmes in children 0-3 years: Precursors of the Theory of Mind.
  4. To analyse the elaboration of Early stimulation programmes in children 3-6 years
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Professor: Dr. María Consuelo Sáiz Manzanares
University of Burgos


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