INTRODUCTION TO BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
Biological Sciences 301
A survey of the biological and physiological bases of human and animal behavior, with particular attention to the following: Basic principles of the anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of the nervous system; sensory and motor systems; sleep; circadian rhythms; sexual behavior; emotion and stress; motivation; learning, memory, and language; neurological disorders; psychopathology.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: PSYCH 211 OR BIOLOGY 110 OR 4 CREDITS IN BIOLOGY
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