CSD 281 MSC 20XX On-Line Course in Cognitive Neuroscience SyllabusPage 1 of 5
NOTE: This is an expanded course description syllabus and information is approximate and based on previous offerings
The University of Vermont
College of Nursing & Health Sciences - Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders
Cognitive Neuroscience - CSD 281
Summer 20XX On-Line
Michael S. Cannizzaro, Ph.D., CCC-SLP401 Pomeroy Hall Course Dates: XXX – XXX656-9725 phone Classroom: Black Board / InternetMichael.Cannizzaro@uvm.eduOffice hours: By Email or Pronto Chat
Pronto Contact/Office Hours/Review
I will be available on Pronto Chat (available on the Black board course site) between XXX-XXXpm onXX & XX evenings. This time can be used to answer questions, for review, or for advising. AdditionalPronto hours may be available upon request. Click on the Pronto Chat link on the left navigation menuin the Black board site for this course for more details on setting up and using this product for IMcommunication.
SOMETHING SIMILAR TO
Bhatnagar, S.C. (2007).
Neuroscience for the study of communicative disorders
. Third edition.Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. ISBN: 0781789907
SUPLIMNETAL READINGS & MATERIALS:
Supplemental readings and materials may be assigned throughout the semester and will be madeavailable electronically by your instructor.
Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the underlying anatomy, physiology andfunctional architecture of the human central nervous system, with an emphasis on the neural substratesrelated to perceptual, cognitive and communicative processes (e.g., perception, hearing, vision,receptive/expressive language, attention, memory, executive functions).
(ASHA Std. III-A, III-B and III-C)
Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of neurologically based sensory and motoraspects of speech and swallowing (e.g., respiration, phonation, resonance, articulation, and deglutition).
(ASHA Stds. III-B and III-C)
Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the methods and techniques used in thescientific study of cognitive neuroscience.
(ASHA Stds. III-F)
American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) Knowledge and Skills Acquisitions (KASA) forcertification in Speech-Language Pathology that are addressed:
. Knowledge of the principles of biological sciences, physical sciences, mathematics,and social/behavioral sciences.
. Knowledge of basic human communication and swallowing processes, including theirbiological neurological, acoustic, psychological, developmental, and linguistic cultural bases.
. Knowledge of the nature of speech, language, hearing and communication disordersand differences in swallowing.
. Knowledge of processes used in research.