Physio Syllabus First Period

Physio Syllabus First Period - Physiological Psychology...

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Physiological Psychology, 830:313 Dr. Otto MTh 1 (8:40 – 10:00) 327 Busch Psych. Bldg. SEC117 Office Hours: M 12-1:30 and by appt. Required Text: Physiology of Behavior, N. Carlson, Ninth Edition Course Objectives and Prerequisites: This course will focus on the complex relationship between the brain and behavior, and in doing so will touch on a number of different areas of research ranging from philosophy to neuroanatomy to neurochemistry to schizophrenia. As we will see, psychological processes of all types are largely determined by an interaction between environment and the nervous system. Because of the nature of the material, we will be discussing a significant amount of “biology ”; however, having taken a college-level biology course is not required. You should also be comfortable with looking at and interpreting graphs. The only prerequisite is Introduction to Psychology. How to do well in this course: Because we will be examining broad and complex issues in considerable detail, and because I will often be presenting material that is not included in the textbook,
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course PSYCH 330 taught by Professor Otto during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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