A course designed to promote understanding of the neurobiological
foundations of behavior. The biological components of certain aspects
of behavior (e.g. sensation, perception, motivation, learning, emotion,
consciousness, disorders of mood and activity) will be discussed.
Lectures and demonstrations will help students understand the methods
and theories that behavioral neuroscientists employ in their efforts
to integrate biological and psychological aspects of behavior.
PSYC 200 and PSYC 201
Dr. Lambert or Dr. Parker