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Unformatted text preview: SPHSC 449 Neuroanatomy and Neurologic Disorders across the Lifespan Summer 2009 Time T W TH 3:30 4:50 pm Location EGL 001 Instructor Beate Peter, M.A., M.S., Ph.D., CCC-SLP Instructor Email email@example.com Instructor Office EGL 307 Office hour Thursdays 2:00 3:00 pm or by appointment Course Website https://depts.washington.edu/sphsc449/Webpages/index09.shtml Listserv firstname.lastname@example.org Course Objectives 1. Students will exhibit knowledge of basic neuroanatomy and neurophysiology. 2. Students will exhibit knowledge of neuroanatomical pathways and cortical areas important to the functions of speech, language, and hearing. 3. Students will exhibit knowledge concerning the neurological etiologies of various communication disorders. 4. Students will exhibit knowledge concerning basic brain/behavior relationships. Grading policy (numerical grades) Weekly quizzes: 40 % of final grade 8 x 50 pts = 400 pts Final exam: 20 % of final grade 1 X 200 pts = 200 pts Presentation "Neuroscience in the News": 20 % of final grade 1 X 200 pts = 200 pts Lab projects: 20 % of final grade 4 x 50 PTS = 200 pts Sum: 1000 pts Course Text (required) Bear M, Connors BW, Paradiso MA (2006). Neuroscience. Exploring the Brain . Philadelphia: Lippincott. Any additional readings will be provided. Helpful resources (not required) Netters study cards (available at the University Bookstore South Campus branch) Sidman, R.L. & Sidman, M. (1965). Neuroanatomy: A Programmed Text. Vol. 1. Philadelphia: Lippincott. Online Digital Anatomist http://www9.biostr.washington.edu/da.html Notes 1. Syllabus is subject to change. 2. Adhere to the Student Conduct Code, published by the University of Washington at http://www.washington.edu/students/handbook/conduct.html . 3. If you require special accommodations, please contact the instructor at your earliest possible convenience....
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