Functional Neuroanatomy Guide
Functional Neuroanatomy is a 15-hour BCIA-accredited self-paced continuing education course. This course does not satisfy BCIA’s human anatomy/physiology requirement.
You have a year to read seven sections in the Thompson’s Functional Neuroanatomy text and pass seven exams (10 multiple-choice questions) with a score of 7/10 (70%). You may take these exams as many times as you need until you achieve a passing score.
You may purchase Michael and Lynda Thompson’s Functional Neuroanatomy or The Neurofeedback Book (2nd ed.), which contains Functional Neuroanatomy, from the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) or online vendors like Amazon.com.
1. Functional Networks and Behavior (15-31)
2. Brodmann Area Locations and Functions (32-37)
3. Frontal Lobe Functions (38-59)
4. Central Regions and Cerebellum (60-65)
5. Temporal Lobes (66-85)
6. Insula and Cingulate Gyrus (86-99)
7. Parietal and Occipital Lobes (100-117)
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When you have passed the 7 chapter exams with a 70% average and filed with BCIA, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we may issue a certificate of exam completion for you to submit to BCIA.