PSC101Syllabus

PSC101Syllabus - behavior. However, the brain-behavior...

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Syllabus Introduction to Psychobiology, Spring 2008 Psychology 101   Instructor:  Brian Trainor   Email:  [email protected] Office: 102G Young Hall Tel: 752-1672     Teaching Assistant : Carolyn Kitzmann Office: Young Hall 165A Tel: 754-8297 Office Hours: Wed 12:30-3:30 Email:  [email protected]   Course description : The main goal of this course is to provide you with  a broad overview of the field of psychobiology. All behavior has a  biological basis, as the central nervous system regulates 
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Unformatted text preview: behavior. However, the brain-behavior relationship is also a two-way street, as the chemical and anatomical structure of the brain is influenced by the environment. Topics that will be covered include structure of the central nervous system, development, behavioral genetics, sensory processes, learning and memory, emotions, and communication. As much as possible we will discuss the experiments that provide the insights into how systems work. When: Tuesday and Thursday 2:10-4:00 PM...
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