PSY 543 Biological Bases of Behavior

Started on January 1, 1970

3 hours
This course examines the structural and functional relationship between the central nervous system, physiology, sensory processes, and human behavior. This course is divided into two components: 1) physiological psychology; and 2) evolution, genetics, and behavior. Students will become familiar with the biological bases of memory and the biological/genetic characteristics of psychiatric disorders.