The course is intended for students who want advanced knowledge in neuropsychology, regarding both normal functioning and in clinical applications. The course deals with both theoretical and practical aspects of the area. Part 1: Advanced Neuropsychology: Structure and Function of the Brain (7.5 hp) The part of the course provides basic theoretical knowledge of the neuroanatomy and structure of the brain and its relation to psychological function and behavior. The topics include e.g.: biological bases of behavior, learning, memory, and abnormal psychology; processes of brain maturation. Part 2: Neuropsychological Assessment and Applications: In-depth project (7.5 hp) This course part provides in-depth knowledge of a well-defined area of neuropsychology, focused on a neuropathological condition and/or deviation related to acquired or inborn brain damage. Additionally, provide an update on brain research and neuropsychological assessment tools.