To develop the foundation knowledge of human neuroanatomy, neurophysiology and pathology that will enable students to understand the neurological dimensions of development, ill health and disorders across the lifespan.
Gross anatomy of peripheral and central nervous structures including spinal cord and spinal cord pathways, cranial and spinal nerves, brain regions and nerve pathways for body movement, cognitive function and autonomic nervous system. Functional topography of the human brain and sensory nerve pathways that bring signals of sensation (including vision). Mechanisms of pain and analgesia, movement and postural control, vision, learning and memory, behaviour and emotion. Basic neurophysiology of nerve cells and communication. Central and peripheral nerve regeneration and neuroplasticity.
Pathophysiology of effects of focal and generalised lesions of the CNS and disorders of the nervous system, including visual, cerebrovascular, dementia, disorders of movement and postural control, epilepsy, and some development disorders.
Martini FH, Nath JL., & Bartholomew, EF, Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology, Latest edition, Pearson Eduction Inc.
Bear MF, Connors BW & Paradiso MA, Neuroscience. Exploring the Brain , Latest Edition, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Students need to have completed Human Anatomy or Molecules to Tissues A to enrol in Human Neuroscience (completion of both prerequisite courses is not required).
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