Undergraduate Course Catalog 2005-2006
COURSE: 26-290 Psychobiology (3)
This course provides an analysis of the biological foundations of behavior with particular emphasis on central nervous system mechanisms that mediate learning and memory, motivation, emotion, sensory processes, and chemical and electrical stimulation of the brain. Physiological function rather than anatomy is emphasized. Some lab work is required. Prerequisite: 26-100. Offered: Every semester.