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Legal, ethical and professional issues in neuropsychology ( points)


Leader: Ms Elizabeth Bigelow

Clayton First semester 2003 (Day)
Clayton First semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: Students will develop an understanding of the role of the Clinical Neuropsychologist and of legal and ethical principles governing research and professional practice in psychology. They will learn how to work with other professionals and develop the skills to conduct a clinical interview, take a case history, and write a report. Students will observe at least one neuropsychological assessment. They will learn the principles and practices involved in counseling; including developing rapport, setting and implementing goals, and will be provided with opportunities to practice these skills.

Assessment: Pass/Fail grade, students are expected to attend 85% of the classes and three of the four site visits.

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