Clinical NeuropsychologyMaster's degree

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    Subjects

    Clinical Neuropsychology

    Course and subjectsSemesterConsulta guíaECTSTypeLanguage

    Clinical manifestations

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    S1

    5

    Compulsory

    es

    Neuropsychological syndromes and their characteristics

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    S1

    5

    Compulsory

    es

    Neuropsychology and Neuroscience advances

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    S1

    4

    Compulsory

    es

    Internship I

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    S1

    12

    ENG/Prácticas externas

    es

    Intervention and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Methods

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    S2

    5

    Compulsory

    es

    Neuroimaging

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    S2

    6

    Compulsory

    es

    Neuropsychological assessment

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    S2

    5

    Compulsory

    es

    Internship III

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    S2

    6

    Elective

    es

    Internship II

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    S2

    6

    ENG/Prácticas externas

    es

    Master¿s Final Project

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    S2

    6

    Master Final Project

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    A practical and dynamic learning method

    Deusto learning model (MAUD)

    01

    Experiential context

    We know that we learn from experience. Therefore, at Deusto, our starting point is the student's previous knowledge. In the first stage, activities are aimed at exploring students’ preconceptions, significant cases and previous experiencesin relation to the subject matter addressed.

    02

    Reflective observation

    Once the previous background has been explored, it is essential to reflect and examine these ideas. Thus, the second phase focuses on activities for reflection through questioning and systematic observation .

    03

    Conceptualisation

    We compare our previous knowledge with written theory on the subject. We follow a lecture-based method (with face-to-face and online support) through supervised reading material and texts.

    04

    Active learning

    To put learning into practice , a number of practical activities are carried out. These include case studies, analysis of intervention and research projects , problem- and project-based learning, synthesis work, practical activities conducted by students in the centres, data collection and analysis.

    05

    Assessment

    Finally, the assessment process involves reflection on what the student has learned and evaluation of the work completed. Activities such as written tests, report writing and other activities are carried out.

    06

    Face-to-face and online tutorials.

    You will be supervised throughout this process. At the university there are tutorials, both face-to-face and online, aimed at supervising and monitoring work (individual and/or group).

    How is learning assessed?

    Assessment system

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    How is learning assessed?

    Assessment system

    • Individual practical activities in the classroom (questionnaires, solving exercises and problems, case analysis).
    • Final project.
    • Attendance register and active participation in class
    • Neuroimaging laboratorypracticals .

    Attendance to at least 80% of the classes is compulsory.

    MASTER’S FINAL PROJECT

    DEMONSTRATE WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNT

    For their Master’s Final Project (6 ECTS), students will be required to develop an individual dissertation where they should apply their theoretical-practical knowledge, their creativity and originality. It should also involve the integration of the competences previously acquired. The research topic is chosen from among those proposed by the academic staff.

    Some examples of Master's Final Project topics could be:

    • Diagnosis and treatment of cognitive impairment associated with neurological and/or psychiatric illnesses
    • Effects of cognitive rehabilitation.
    • Validation and standardisation of neuropsychological assessment tools.
      • Impact on the quality of life of relatives of patients with neurological and/or psychiatric diseases.Impact on the quality of life of relatives of patients with neurological and/or psychiatric diseases.Impact on the quality of life of relatives of patients with neurological and/or psychiatric diseases.Impact on the quality of life of relatives of patients with neurological and/or psychiatric diseases.
      • Neuropsychology of ageing.Neuropsychology of ageing.Neuropsychology of ageing.Neuropsychology of ageing.
      • Neuropsychological disorders in childhood.Neuropsychological disorders in childhood.Neuropsychological disorders in childhood.Neuropsychological disorders in childhood.
      • Brain changes associated with cognitive rehabilitation.Brain changes associated with cognitive rehabilitation.Brain changes associated with cognitive rehabilitation.Brain changes associated with cognitive rehabilitation.
      • Neuroanato
          • Impact on the quality of life of relatives of patients with neurological and/or psychiatric diseases.Impact on the quality of life of relatives of patients with neurological and/or psychiatric diseases.Impact on the quality of life of relatives of patients with neurological and/or psychiatric diseases.Impact on the quality of life of relatives of patients with neurological and/or psychiatric diseases.
          • Neuropsychology of ageing.Neuropsychology of ageing.Neuropsychology of ageing.Neuropsychology of ageing.
          • Neuropsychological disorders in childhood.Neuropsychological disorders in childhood.Neuropsychological disorders in childhood.Neuropsychological disorders in childhood.
          • Brain changes associated with cognitive rehabilitation.Brain changes associated with cognitive rehabilitation.Brain changes associated with cognitive rehabilitation.Brain changes associated with cognitive rehabilitation.
          • Neuroanatomical and neurofunctional correlates of neuropsychological deficits.Neuroanatomical and neurofunctional correlates of neuropsychological deficits.Neuroanatomical and neurofunctional correlates of neuropsychological deficits.Neuroanatomical and neurofunctional correlates of neuropsychological deficits.
          • Assessment using brain activity recording techniques.Assessment using brain activity recording techniques.Assessment using brain activity recording techniques.Assessment using brain activity recording techniques.
          • Neuroimaging techniques: structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging, DTI, PET, EEG...Neuroimaging techniques: structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging, DTI, PET, EEG...Neuroimaging techniques: structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging, DTI, PET, EEG...Neuroimaging techniques: structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging, DTI, PET, EEG...
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    Calendar

    From September 2020 to June 2021

    FIRST SEMESTER CALENDAR

    SECOND SEMESTER CALENDAR

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    Timetable

    Wednesday and Thursday from 15:30 to 19:30.Wednesday and Thursday from 15:30 to 19:30.Wednesday and Thursday from 15:30 to 19:30.Wednesday and Thursday from 15:30 to 19:30.

    Deusto

    Academic regulations

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    Deusto

    Academic regulations

    The following section explains the University of Deusto Postgraduate Regulations.

    Postgraduate Academic Regulations

    Academic rules on procedures for the regulation of official master's degree courses

    Transfer of credits