PSY 212 Behavioral Neuroscience w/ Lab

Prerequisite: PSY 100 or permission of instructor

A study of the physiological basis of human and animal behavior. Examination of traditional approaches to the study of behavioral neuroscience, as well as consideration of recent developments and relevance to both normal and abnormal behavior will be included. The laboratory includes neuroanatomical dissection and examination of a sheep brain; examination of human brain sections; several electrophysiological studies of neural and sensory functions using invertebrates; and measurement and analysis of human physiological responses to psychological variables, such as stress.


1 Course Credit