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Educational Psychology Certificate in Neuropsychology Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Educational Psychology Certificate in Neuropsychology program will be competent in the following areas:

  • Use of the major neuropsychological theories and their application to the assessment process
  • Demonstration of the application of functional neuroanatomy in the assessment process
  • Administration and interpretation of data from cognitive and behavioral assessment tools that measure neurocognitive constructs among children, adolescents and young adults
  • Demonstrated understanding of the relationship between neuroanatomy and common disorders in children, youth and young adults, including learning disabilities, developmental delays and medical conditions
  • Comprehension and integration of neuropathological variations in the analysis and interpretation of neuropsychological findings
  • Demonstrated understanding of the implication of psychopharmacological interventions in the analysis and interpretation of assessment findings
  • Integration of history, observation and standardized assessment findings as integral components of case conceptualization
  • Application of school neuropsychological assessment, and evidence and research-based intervention strategies
  • Integration of human diversity concepts in the assessment process, interpretation of assessment findings and intervention strategies