Survey of study of behavior from a natural sciences viewpoint. Evolution, ethological analysis of behavior genetics, neural mechanisms, drugs and behavior, biological development. Pre: 100.
Coverage of the relationship between the brain and body on learning and memory, stress, motivated and regulatory behavioral functions, and mental disorders. A-F only. Pre: 230 or BIOL 172, or consent.
Coverage of the principles of pharmacology in relation to the effects of drug actions on the brain and behavior. A-F only. Pre: 230 or consent. (Once a year)
In-depth coverage of the basic principles involved in sensing and perceiving our environment. A-F only. Pre: 100.
Indepth coverage of some area of theory and research in psychobiology, physiological psychology, or sensory processes. Repeatable to six credit hours. Pre: 100.
Survey of the historical and contemporary study of cognition across species, including learning, memory, attention, navigation, reasoning, social interaction, and communication.
Intensive review of comparative, communicative, sensory, or learning mechanisms in animals. Pre: 631.
Basic principles of pharmacology as they apply to the brain and specific psychological disorders such as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorders, schizophrenia, psychosis, memory, and drug use. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Once a year)
Relation of central and peripheral nervous systems to behavior.
Repeatable unlimited times.
Supervised reading, discussion, research projects in areas of special interest. Repeatable unlimited times.