Neuropsychology

Neuropsychology is the study of brain–behaviour relationships, and has traditionally utilised the classical lesion-based approach – relating focal brain damage to patterns of preserved and impaired cognitive functioning.  It can even be called the master organ, since it regulates all of the other organs in the body. For instance, it tells the lungs when to inhale and exhale; it tells the skin when it there's a sensation, such as an itch or pain; it helps regulate digestion; and it tells the heart to keep pumping.

Neuropsychological studies are individuals with brain injuries resulting from war, accidents, or conditions such as stroke or Parkinson’s disease. In addition, some subjects have developmental disorders that prevent normal brain functioning, often interfering with learning or other behaviors.

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