Incorporate the specific knowledge of neuropsychological research to your training with this complete Postgraduate Diploma"  

The work in neuropsychology is complex. It covers a broad spectrum of intervention that requires the professional to have very specific training in the various branches of brain development. This discipline, deeply linked to neurology and the physiological study of the brain, is affected by the changes that the evolution of knowledge in this scientific branch achieves. For professionals, this means an intense challenge of permanent updating that allows them to be at the forefront in terms of the approach, intervention and follow-up of the cases that may arise in their classrooms.

Throughout this program, the student will review all the current approaches to the work practiced by neuropsychologists with regard to the different challenges posed by their profession. A high-level step that will become a process of improvement, not only on a professional level, but also on a personal level.

This challenge is one of TECH's social commitments: to help highly qualified professionals to specialize and develop their personal, social and work skills during the course of their training.

We will not only take you through the theoretical knowledge we offer, but we will introduce you to another way of studying and learning, one which simpler, more organic, and efficient. We will work to keep you motivated and to create in you a passion for learning. We will encourage you to think and develop critical thinking.  

A program created for professionals who aspire for excellence, and that will enable you to acquire new skills and strategies easily and effectively"

This Postgraduate Diploma in Neuropsychology Research contains the most complete and up-to-date program available. The most important features include:

  • The latest technology in online teaching software. 
  • A highly visual teaching system, supported by graphic and schematic contents that are easy to assimilate and understand.   
  • Practical cases presented by practicing experts.
  • State-of-the-art interactive video systems.
  • Teaching supported by telepractice.
  • Continuous updating and recycling systems.
  •  Autonomous learning: full compatibility with other occupations.
  • Practical exercises for self-evaluation and learning verification.
  • Support groups and educational synergies: questions to the expert, debate and knowledge forums. 
  • Communication with the teacher and individual reflection work.
  • Availability of the contents from any fixed or portable device with Internet connection
  • Supplementary documentation databases are permanently available, even after the program.

The foundations of neuroscience, developed in a practical way, so that you can put them into practice immediately"  

Our teaching staff is made up of working professionals. In this way we ensure that we provide you with the up-to-date training we are aiming for. A multidisciplinary team of professors with training and experience in different environments, who will develop the theoretical knowledge in an efficient way, but, above all, will bring their practical knowledge derived from their own experience to the program: one of the differential qualities of this Postgraduate Diploma.

This mastery of the subject is complemented by the effectiveness of the methodological design of this Postgraduate Diploma. Developed by a multidisciplinary team of e-learning experts, it integrates the latest advances in educational technology. In this way, you will be able to study with a range of comfortable and versatile multimedia tools that will give you the operability you need in your specialization.   

The design of this program is based on Problem-Based Learning: an approach that conceives learning as a highly practical process. To achieve this remotely, telepractice will be used: with the help of an innovative system of interactive videos, and learning from an expert you will be able to acquire the knowledge as if you were facing the case you are learning at that moment. A concept that will make it possible to integrate and fix learning in a more realistic and permanent way.

Learn the methodology of neuropsychological research with us and gain access to a much more enriching area of work”

Different ways of learning require different ways of teaching. Knowing them is the key to professional success”


The contents of this program have been developed by the different teachers on this program with a clear purpose: to ensure that our students acquire each and every one of the necessary skills to become true experts in this field.

The content of this Postgraduate Diploma will allow you to learn all aspects of the different disciplines involved in this area: a very complete and well-structured program that will lead you to the highest standards of quality and success.

A program created to educate the professional in a simple but intensive way, by the hand of the best professionals and with the most advanced teaching and support systems on the market"


Module 1. Basis of Neurosciences 

1.1.    The Nervous System and Neurons

1.1.1.    Introduction
1.1.2.    Development and Latest Approaches

1.2.    Basic Anatomy of Learning-Related Structures.

1.2.1.    Description
1.2.2.    Physiology of Learning

1.3.    Psychological Processes Related to Learning.

1.3.1.    Emotions and Learning
1.3.2.    Emotional Approaches

1.4.    The Main Brain Structures Related to Motor Skills.

1.4.1.    Brain and Motor Development
1.4.2.    Laterality and Development

1.5.    The Plastic Brain and Neuroplasticity.

1.5.1.    Definition of Plasticity
1.5.2.    Neuroplasticity and Education

1.6.    Epigenetics.

1.6.1.    Definition and Origins

1.7.    Effects of the Environment on Brain Development.

1.7.1.    Current Theories
1.7.2.    The Influence of the Environment on Child Development

1.8.    Changes in the Infant's Brain.

1.8.1.    Brain Development in Infancy
1.8.2.    Features

1.9.    Evolution of the Adolescent Brain.

1.9.1.    Brain Development in Adolescence
1.9.2.    Features

1.10.    Adult Brain.

1.10.1.    Characteristics of the Adult Brain
1.10.2.    The Adult Brain and Learning

Module 2. Research Methodology I 

2.1.    Research Methodology

2.1.1.    Introduction
2.1.2.    The Importance of Research Methodology
2.1.3.    Scientific Knowledge
2.1.4.    Research Approaches
2.1.5.    Summary
2.1.6.    Bibliographical References

2.2.    Choosing the Topic to Research

2.2.1.    Introduction
2.2.2.    The Issue of Research
2.2.3.    Defining the Problem
2.2.4.    Choice of the Research Question
2.2.5.    Research Objectives
2.2.6.    Variables: Types
2.2.7.    Summary
2.2.8.    Bibliographical References

2.3.    Research Proposal

2.3.1.     Introduction
2.3.2.    Research Hypothesis
2.3.3.    Feasibility of the Research Project
2.3.4.    Introduction and Justification of the Research
2.3.5.    Summary
2.3.6.    Bibliographical References

2.4.    Theoretical Framework

2.4.1.    Introduction
2.4.2.    Elaboration of the Theoretical Framework
2.4.3.    Resources Used
2.4.4.    APA Standards
2.4.5.    Summary
2.4.6.    Bibliographical References

2.5.    Bibliography

2.5.1.    Introduction
2.5.2.    Importance of Bibliographic References
2.5.3.    How to Reference According to APA Standards?
2.5.4.     Format of Annexes: Tables and Figures
2.5.5.    Bibliography Managers: What are They? and How to Use Them?
2.5.6.    Summary
2.5.7.    Bibliographical References

2.6.    Methodological Framework

2.6.1.    Introduction
2.6.2.    Roadmap
2.6.3.    Sections to be Included in the Methodological Framework
2.6.4.    The Population
2.6.5.    The Sample
2.6.6.    Variables:
2.6.7.    Instruments
2.6.8.    Procedure
2.6.9.    Summary
2.6.10.    Bibliographical References

2.7.    Research Designs

2.7.1.    Introduction
2.7.2.    Types of Designs
2.7.3.    Characteristics of the Designs Used in Psychology
2.7.4.    Research Designs Used in Education
2.7.5.    Research Designs Used in Education Neuropsychology
2.7.6.    Summary
2.7.7.    Bibliographical References

2.8.    Quantitative Research

2.8.1.    Introduction
2.8.2.    Designing Randomized Groups
2.8.3.    Designing Randomized Groups with Blocks
2.8.4.    Other Designs used in Psychology
2.8.5.    Statistical Techniques in Quantitative Research
2.8.6.    Summary
2.8.7.    Bibliographical References

2.9.    Quantitative Research II

2.9.1.    Introduction
2.9.2.    Unifactor Intrasubject Designs
2.9.3.    Techniques for Controlling the Effects of Intrasubject Designs
2.9.4.    Statistical Techniques
2.9.5.    Summary
2.9.6.    Bibliographical References

2.10.    Results

2.10.1    Introduction
2.10.2.    How to Gather Data?
2.10.3.    How to Analyze Data?
2.10.4.    Statistical Programs
2.10.5.    Summary
2.10.6.    Bibliographical References

2.11.    Descriptive Statistics

2.11.1.    Introduction
2.11.2.    Research Variables
2.11.3.    Quantitative Analyses
2.11.4.    Qualitative Analyses
2.11.5.    Resources that Can Be Used
2.11.6.    Summary
2.11.7.    Bibliographical References

2.12.    Hypothesis Contrast

2.12.1.    Introduction
2.12.2.    Statistical Hypotheses
2.12.3.    How to Interpret Significance (P-Value)?
2.12.4.    Criteria for Analyzing Parametric and Non-Parametric Tests
2.12.5.    Summary
2.12.6.    Bibliographical References

2.13.    Correlational Statistics and Independence Analysis

2.13.1.    Introduction
2.13.2.    Pearson Correlation
2.13.3.    Spearman's Correlation and Chi-Square
2.13.4.    Results
2.13.5.    Summary
2.13.6.    Bibliographical References

2.14.    Group Comparison Statistics

2.14.1.    Introduction
2.14.2.    Mann-Whitney T-Test and Mann-Whitney U-Test
2.14.3.    T-Test and Wilcoxon Signed Ranges
2.14.4.    The Results
2.14.5.    Summary
2.14.6.    Bibliographical References

2.15.    Discussion and Conclusions

2.15.1.    Introduction
2.15.2.    What is the Discussion?
2.15.3.    Organization of the Discussion
2.15.4.    Conclusions
2.15.5.    Limitations and Outlook
2.15.6.    Summary
2.15.7.    Bibliographical References

2.16.    Elaboration of the Postgraduate Diploma Final Project

2.16.1.    Introduction
2.16.2.    Front Page and Contents
2.16.3.    Introduction and Justification
2.16.4.    Theoretical Framework
2.16.5.    Methodological Framework
2.16.6.    The Results
2.16.7.     Intervention Program
2.16.8.    Discussion and Conclusions
2.16.9.    Summary
2.16.10.    Bibliographical References

Module 3. Research Methodology II

3.1.    Research in the Educational Environment

3.1.1.    Introduction
3.1.2.    Research Characteristics
3.1.3.    Research in the Classroom
3.1.4.    Keys Needed for Research
3.1.5.    Examples:
3.1.6.    Summary
3.1.7.    Bibliographical References

3.2.    Neuropsychological Research

3.2.1.    Introduction
3.2.2.    Educational Neuropsychological Research
3.2.3.    Knowledge and the Scientific Method
3.2.4.    Types of Approaches
3.2.5.    Research Stages
3.2.6.    Summary.  
3.2.7.    Bibliographical References

3.3.    Ethics of Research

3.3.1.    Introduction
3.3.2.    Informed Consent
3.3.3.    Data Protection Law
3.3.4.    Summary
3.3.5.    Bibliographical References

3.4.    Reliability and Validity

3.4.1.    Introduction
3.4.2.    Reliability and Validity in Research
3.4.3.    Reliability and Validity in Assessment
3.4.4.    Summary
3.4.5.    Bibliographical References 

3.5.    Controlling Variables in Research

3.5.1.    Introduction 
3.5.2.    Choosing Variables
3.5.3.    Controlling Variables
3.5.4.    Sample Selection 
3.5.5.    Summary
3.5.6.    Bibliographical References 

3.6.    The Quantitative Research Approach

3.6.1.    Introduction
3.6.2.    Features
3.6.3.    Stages
3.6.4.    Assessment Tools
3.6.5.    Summary 
3.6.6.    Bibliographic References  

3.7.    Qualitative Research Approach I

3.7.1.    Introduction
3.7.2.    Systematic Observation
3.7.3.    Research Stages
3.7.4.    Sampling Techniques
3.7.5.    Quality Control
3.7.6.    Statistical Techniques
3.7.7.    Summary
3.7.8.    Bibliographical References

3.8.    Qualitative Research Approach II

3.8.1.    Introduction
3.8.2.    The Survey
3.8.3.    Sampling Techniques
3.8.4.    Survey Stages
3.8.5.    Research Designs
3.8.6.    Statistical Techniques
3.8.7.    Summary
3.8.8.    Bibliographical References

3.9.    Qualitative Research Approach III

3.9.1.    Introduction
3.9.2.    Types of Interviews and Characteristics
3.9.3.    Preparing the Interview
3.9.4.    Group Interviews
3.9.5.    Statistical Techniques
3.9.6.    Summary
3.9.7.    Bibliographical References

3.10.    Single Case Designs

3.10.1.    Introduction
3.10.2.    Features
3.10.3.    Types
3.10.4.    Statistical Techniques
3.10.5.    Summary
3.10.6.    Bibliographical References

3.11.    Research-Action

3.11.1.    Introduction
3.11.2.    Objectives of Research-Action
3.11.3.    Features
3.11.4.    Phases
3.11.5.    Myths
3.11.6.    Examples:
3.11.7.    Summary
3.11.8.    Bibliographic References 

3.12.    Gathering Information for Research

3.12.1.    Introduction
3.12.2.    Techniques for Gathering Information
3.12.3.    Assessing Research
3.12.4.    Assessment
3.12.5.    Interpretation of Results
3.12.6.    Summary
3.12.7.    Bibliographical References

3.13.    Data Management in Research

3.13.1.    Introduction
3.13.2.    Databases
3.13.3.    Data in Excel
3.13.4.    Data in SPSS
3.13.5.    Summary
3.13.6.    Bibliographical References

3.14.    Spreading Results in Neuropsychology

3.14.1.    Introduction
3.14.2.    Publications
3.14.3.    Specialized Journals
3.14.4.    Summary
3.14.5.    Bibliographical References

3.15.    Scientific Journals

3.15.1.    Introduction
3.15.2.    Features
3.15.3.    Types of Journals
3.15.4.    Quality Indicators
3.15.5.    Submitting Articles
3.15.6.    Summary
3.15.7.     Bibliographical References

3.16.    The Scientific Article

3.16.1.    Introduction
3.16.2.    Types and Characteristics
3.16.3.    Structure
3.16.4.    Quality Indicator
3.16.5.    Summary
3.16.6.    Bibliographical References

3.17.    Scientific Conferences 

3.17.1.    Introduction. 
3.17.2.    The Importance of Conferences 
3.17.3.    Scientific Committees 
3.17.4.    Oral Communications 
3.17.5.    The Scientific Poster 
3.17.6.    Summary. 
3.17.7.    Bibliographic References 

A program created to educate the professional in a simple but intensive way, by the hand of the best professionals and with the most advanced teaching and support systems on the market”