Masters Programs in Neuropsychology
Compare 10 Masters Programs in Neuropsychology
A masters degree in neuropsychology teaches students on methods of designing and conducting clinical research, studying psychotherapy as well as imparting counseling techniques to students. For some universities offering the program, classes that teach students on the brain anatomy and function as well as the diagnosing problems in mood, memory and personality disorders may be taught. For all the classes, extensive practical lessons are encouraged to give the student the hands-on experience that will prepare the student for the real world.
A masters degree in neuropsychology prepares students to take up careers as: medical researchers, teachers and as counselors. These jobs are available in government agencies, private practices and research laboratories. Neuropsychology is a branch of psychology and focuses on the relationship between the brain and human behavior. Therefore, the students are expected to have a deep understanding of the brain function and anatomy. Observation of people and conducting research on various research questions is the most preferred way of learning human behaviors and finding solutions to identified problems.
Clinical experience is often mandatory before students graduate from this masters program. The program takes either two or three years for completion depending on if one is studying full time or part time. On clinical practice, the students often work with patients who have suffered brain injuries. Since the program is highly specialized, a masters degree is the minimum requirement before they can venture into the field.
10 Results in Neuropsychology
This course will give you the skills to have a solid foundation on Neuroscience, Neuropedagogy, Multiple Intelligences and socio-educational interventions; To know the contributions of Mindfulness, the Multiple Intelligences to Neuroscience, its empirical basis and the different professional areas in which they apply; Explore the relational interface between Neuropedagogy, Multiple Intelligences and Mindfulness; Establish integrated strategies that are based on both research work and school transformation; Learning to make systemic Neuroplastic changes, where a coordinated effort is needed between: student, teacher, parents, school and community; To know the Multiple Intelligences and scopes of intervention; Benefits and challenges of using Multiple Intelligences in education, therapy, family and community; Perform a basic personal and group diagnosis in Multiple Intelligences
To teach the new paradigm of cognitive computing, the M.Sc. Program in Cognitive Systems brings together two main scientific areas: Cognitive Psychology, and Artificial Intelligence in Computer Science. Aiming, on the one hand, for the prospective students to understand the basis for human cognition, the Program is strongly influenced by Cognitive Psychology and includes learning modules that explore the fundamentals of perception, learning, mental representation, and reasoning in humans. Aiming, on the other hand, for the prospective students to be able to design cognitive systems, the Program places its emphasis on the investigation of computational methods and tools for understanding and designing cognitive systems, and includes learning modules from Connectionist and Symbolic Artificial Intelligence, from Machine Learning, and learning modules on recent developments in Cognitive Computing.
The Neuropsychology specialisation offers an integrated curriculum that includes most aspects of basic and applied neuroscience. Under the guidance of a multidisciplinary team of mainly psychologists , psychiatrists and psychopharmacologists as well as biologists, you will learn to use state-of-the art clinical and neuroimaging techniques (like EEG and fMRI) and behavioural laboratory facilities.
The Master’s in Cognitive Neuropsychology is a two-year Research Master’s program that operates on the cutting edges between cognitive psychology and clinical neuropsychology.
The Official Master in Neuropsychology and Online Education of UNIR is the only Master with which you will learn to optimize school performance and develop the talent of all your students in the classroom.
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 Neurodevelopmental Disorders trains qualified professionals, highly specialized in the diagnosis and therapeutic approach of disorders that most commonly affect children.
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.
Starting in the. 2015-16, the CdLM in Psychology of cognitive processes will include a first-year unit path and the opportunity to choose, on enrollment to the second year, for the international path "Cognitive Psychology and Psychophisiology".