Cognitive Neuroscience Concentration
Cognitive neuroscience is a rapidly growing field due to significant technological advances in brain imaging techniques. Understanding how the brain functions can help us to better understand cognitive processes and human behavior.
As a student majoring in cognitive neuroscience, you’ll gain a solid understanding of:
- the relationship between brain and behavior
- cognitive processes involved in a wide variety of human activities
- brain activity that occurs in both normal and abnormal brain function
- imaging techniques and neuropsychological tests that are used to diagnose and understand Traumatic Brain Injury and disease processes such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, stroke and brain tumors
A major in cognitive neuroscience prepares students for careers in clinical settings, hospitals, neuropsychology and school psychology, or for graduate work in cognitive psychology.
For more information contact Assistant Professor Ashleigh Maxcey-Richard