Problem: It appears that neuropsychology will continue to advance the larger field of psychology by providing physiological explanations for behaviors and disorders that now have only hypothetical ones.
Yes, it is important to study the relationship between the brain and behavior. The twentieth century witnessed a steady accumulation of knowledge concerning the relationships between the brain and behavior. These developments occurred primarily because of the need to assist soldiers who had sustained wartime brain injuries. In the process of ...
The study of the relationship between the brain and behavior is important because this awareness provides psychology with a better understanding of how the physical brain can produce very atypical behaviors. The explanation is given in 330 words with two references.