Master's Degree in Neuropsychology in Madrid in Spain
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The field of neuropsychology deals with both neuroscience and psychological study, as well as the ways in which the two overlap and interact. The main goal of this field is to determine how the brain influences the mind and vice versa.
Madrid City is the capital of Spain. It is a metropolitan area with over 3 million residents. It has an arena called Las Ventas that hosts the annual bullfighting event. The city has many public and private universities.
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The program is based on Neuropsychology and Neuroscience, Mindfulness (MBCT) and Multiple Intelligences (MI). In it, students will explore the deep connection between these disciplines and contemplative develop tools that will enable them to create a broad community, corporate or private practicum applied to clinical areas, social work, education, focused on children and early childhood.
The program is based on Neuropsychology and Neuroscience, Mindfulness (MBCT) and Multiple Intelligences (MI). In it, students will explore the deep connection between these disciplines and develop contemplative tools that will allow them to create a large private practicum applied to clinical areas, social work, education, community, business or aimed at young people aged 12 years and adults .
The Master in Clinical Neuropsychology broadens the perspectives of evaluation, diagnosis and intervention within the different clinical pathologies that affect the Central Nervous System and alterations and / or deterioration of cognitive and behavioral processes. This Master covers the gap between the knowledge derived from the basic neurosciences (neuroanatomy, neurochemistry, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, ...), the psychology of cognitive processes (attention, memory, language, gnosis, ...), the psychology of behavior- emotion and the evaluation and intervention techniques that clinicians use in their daily practice.