PSY 370 Biological Psychology

Examines the biological bases of behavior with an emphasis on how the brain creates the mind and consciousness. This course includes a study of neuronal and structural brain development; the senses, particularly vision and audition; sleep; emotions; neuroleptics; motivation and stress; the biological basis of learning and memory; as well as ethical concerns. A lab component will include dissection and brain mapping and the student-designed research projects.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

A grade of C or better in PSY 101 or PSY 101H

Offered

Fall and Spring

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