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PSYCHOLOGY 115 PRINCIPLES OF BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE WINTER 2014 Lecture: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30-10:45 AM in Franz 1178 Description of the course: This course is designed to provide you with a survey of the anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology of the nervous system, with an emphasis on the biological basis of behavioral processes. Faculty: Dr. J. David Jentsch: Wednesdays from 1:00-1:50 PM in Franz Hall 8425B Teaching Assistants (TAs): Alex James and James Ashenhurst (Office hours and locations TBA) Textbook (OPTIONAL!): SM Breedlove, MR Rosenzweig, NV Watson. Biological Psychology. Class Website: Got Questions… … about course material, lectures, exams, etc.? Post a question on the Course Website discussion board; questions about course content MUST be posted to the course website in order to receive a timely answer. Confidential or personal issues that need to be addressed : You may, of course, email the professor or TAs directly in this situation. Professor : [email protected] Course and Grading Details: 1. Discussion Section o If you are not enrolled in a discussion by the end of the second week, you will be automatically dropped from the course . You will not be able to change sections after the end of 2 nd week. Students with enrollment concerns should go to the Psychology Advising Office at 1531 Franz Hall. o You must be able to attend the Discussion Section in which you are enrolled because you will only receive credit for taking quizzes within that section. You will not receive credit for taking a quiz in any Discussion section other than the one for which you are registered. Please do not sign up for a discussion section that conflicts with another course or that you otherwise cannot attend . o The first 30 minutes of each discussion section will involve a quiz with questions pertaining to the previous week’s lectures; if you are late to class, you may miss the quiz or have a significantly reduced amount of time to complete it. During the remainder of the section, the TA will review the
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