Dr. Aileen Hartzell discusses clinical neuropsychology and what it takes to have a career as a neuropsychologist. Clinical neuropsychologists specialize in brain-behavior relationships and work with patients who have dysfunctions in their central nervous system, brain injuries, or abnormalities associated with the brain. Hartzell discusses different treatments that she uses, how the field is progressing, and the training required for a neuropsychologist.
Clinical Neuropsychology & Cognitive Rehabilitation
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