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Pediatric Health Psychology Concentration Psy.D. Students: minimum 16 units Ph.D. Students: minimum 12 units The Pediatric Health Psychology concentration provides the student with two options from which to choose: Pediatric Psychology and Pediatric Neuropsychology . Option A Pediatric Psychology Co-requisites: Psychobiological Foundations (PSYC 551), Brain and Behavior (PSYC 552), and Foundations of Developmental Psychology (PSYC 575). Required Pediatric Psychology (PSYC 694): 2 units Seminar/Lab in Pediatric Psychology (PSYC 694): 2 units (i.e. Transplatation, Craniofacial Anomalies, Obesity, Rehabilitation, High Risk Behavior, Neuropsychology) Three of the following Infant & Toddler Development (PSYC 674): 2 units
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Unformatted text preview: Cleft/Craniofacial Anomalies in Children (PSYC 694): 2 units Grief & Loss Issues for Children and Their Caregivers (PSYC 694): 2 units Children & Adolescents in Trauma (PSYC 694): 2 units Child Neuropsychology (PSYC 694): 2 units One of the following: Seminar in Cortical Function: Frontal Lobes (PSYC 656): 2 units Seminar in Cortical Function: Posterior Cortex (PSYC 657): 2 units Seminar in Subcortical Functioning (PSYC 658): 2 units Seminar in Cortical Function: Memory and Language (PSYC 694): 2 units Option B Pediatric Neuropsychology Seminar/Lab in Pediatric Psychology ( Required) (PSYC 694): 2 units Neuroscience (ANAT 537): 8 units Three courses from Option A...
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