For purposes of this course, we consider neuropsychophysiology as the study of human behavior in its broadest terms. It incorporates the principles of neuroscience (neuro- and electro-physiology, neuroanatomy and cell and molecular biology) and neuropsychology (clinical neuropsychology, neuropsychiatry, experimental and cognitive psychology). Recent advances in neuroimaging and psychopharmacology have added new and exciting dimensions to modern neuropsychophysiogy which previously once was regarded as mainly diagnostic in nature. Therefore, the main objective of this course will be to examine the scientific basis of these research areas as they relate to the fundamentals of human behavior. Recently published research papers are introduced into the course in order to extend the student's views beyond the textual material. In addition, students are given the opportunity to present their research and/or clinical interests.The student will also achieve an understanding of the principles underlying the practice of EEG-biofeedback (EEG-BF) by studying the basic mechanisms of cerebral rhythmic activities, regional cerebral functions and their connectivities; and, the neuronal substrate responsible for self-regulation. Classes consist of instructor-lead discussions of the assigned reading material for the week. We are flexible about the day and time for conducting class. Currently, they are held on Satudays and last for 90 minutes to 2 hrs. depending on the complexity of the material and the depth of the questions. Holding class on the weekend allows course students to maintain their full-time practices or jobs. Help is available during the week via phone or email to the instructor at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Student participation during the discussions is highly encouraged and leads to a greater understanding of the assigned reading material.