PY-230I : Biological Bases of Behavior

Academic Level:
Undergraduate
Department:
Psychology
Subject:
Psychology
Prerequisites:
None
Corequisites:
None
Credits:
3
Biological Bases presents an in-depth focus on neuroanatomy, the nervous system, and other biological processes relevant to human thought and behavior. Students will learn the structure and function of the nervous and endocrine systems, with a specific focus on how biological systems influence psychological functions and vice versa. Students will become familiar with the terminology and research methods of both biology and psychology, and will be introduced to exciting interdisciplinary neuroscience fields. 3 credits PREREQUISITE: PY 101. FULFILLS SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AND NATURAL SCIENCES LAI AND INTERDISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENTS WHEN TAKEN WITH BIO 231.