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NC001-026 Chapt.01

NC001-026 Chapt.01

Chapter 1 Essential Concepts and Principles of Neuroscience

Learning Objective

Relationship between Neuroscience and Speech-Language-Hearing Pathology

Domain of Neuroscience

Domain of Speech-Language-Hearing Pathology

Need for Training in Neurosicence

Nature of Training in Neuroscience

Benefits of Training in Neuroscience

Scope of Neuroscience








Principles Governing Functional Organization of the Human Brain

Interconnectivity in the Brain

Centrality of the Central Nervous System

Hierarchy of Neuraxial Organization

Laterality of Brain Organization

Bilateral Anatomic Symmetry

Unilateral Functional Differences

Contralateral Sensorimotor Contral

Functionally Specialized Networking

Topographical Organization in Cortical Pathways

Plasticity in the Brain

Culturally Neutral Brain

Orientation to Basic Terminology

Directional Brain Orientation

Planes of Brain Section

Terms Related to Movement

Terms Related to Muscles

Terms Related to Anatomic Structures

Terms Related to Cells and Functions

Terminology of the Central and Peripheral Nervous System

Gross Structures of the Central Nervous System

Functional Classification of the Nervous System

Cellular Organization (Cytoarchitecture) and Brodmann Areas

Techniques for Solving Problems when learning Neuroscience

Simplification of Technical Terminology

Visual Approach to Neuroscience

Clinical Orientation to Neuroscience

Functional Context for Learning Neuroanatomy

Dedective Reasoning and Problem Solving

Rules for Lesion Localization

Clinical Considerations


Quiz Questions

Technical Terms

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