Clinical neuropsychology is the scientific discipline involving the identification, description, multivariate quantification, and remediation of psychological impairments resulting from central nervous system disease and trauma. The neuropsychology major area of study provides a systematic program in human clinical neuropsychology. Clinical and research practica in neuropsychology include placements in the Department of Psychology at SDSU, Departments of Psychiatry and Neurosciences at UC San Diego, the VA Medical Center, Rady Children’s Hospital and the Salk Institute.

Neuropsychology Co-Leaders
SDSU UC San Diego
Sarah Mattson David Moore

Updated 8/20/2019