Neuropsychology is a specialty that combines the fields of neuroscience and psychology and deals with the brain and its relationship to behavior. The brain is the most complex organ of the body and controls intellectual functioning, speech and language, the perception of touch, hearing, and vision, memory, attention, personality and the coordination of all movement.
Austin Neuropsychology is located in building F2 of the Medical Science Center located on the south side of 38th Street between Guadalupe Street and Lamar Blvd.
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Neuropsychology, a clinical psychology specialization, is concerned with the brain and behavioral and cognitive problems. Using assessment techniques and psychological tests, neuropsychology can be used to identify various brain disorders such as Alzheimer's, stroke...read more
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