course_syllabus_2009_-_final-1 - COURSE SYLLABUS Mechanisms...

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COURSE SYLLABUS Mechanisms of Animal Behavior – NPB 102 Spring Quarter, 2009 PROFESSOR GABRIELLE NEVITT 10:30-11:50 AM, Tues / Thur in Giedt 1001 Professor Gabrielle Nevitt Professor of Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior, UC Davis CONTACT INFORMATION: 2-5929; 4-9500; (please put NPB 102 in the subject line to avoid being spam-filtered). OFFICE HRS : Mon 3:30-5:00, Rm 1131 LSA (we may change if we can get a bigger room so watch the message board). Ina Rommeck (TA) PhD student, Animal Behavior Graduate Group , UC Davis CONTACT INFORMATION: OFFICE HRS: Monday, 1-2pm; Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12-1pm; Rm 2041A, Science Lab Building REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS : There are two required textbooks in this course: “Perspectives in Animal Behavior, 2 nd Edition by Judith Goodenough, Betty McGuire and Robert Wallace. (abbreviated as ‘PAB’ ) “Exploring Animal Behavior: Readings from American Scientist, 4th Edition edited by Paul Sherman and John Alcock (abbreviated as ‘Am Sci’). These readings should also be downloadable from the library if you do not want to purchase the compiled text. Reading assignments: Each week you will have PAB and AM SCI reading assignments. You will get the greatest benefit by keeping up with these assignments and doing them before lecture. Exams will cover this material regardless of whether it is explicitly reviewed in lecture. If you are feeling overwhelmed, refer to the Study Guide for tips on how to read faster and more efficiently or come see one of us.
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