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Drugs & Behavior (PSY 330) Tuesday, Thursday: 10:05-11:30 Lecture hall 08 Professor: Teaching Assistants: Dept. of Psy ., 2nd floor Lisa M. Savage, Ph.D. Stacie Miller (graduate TA) Dept. of Psychology, RM 253 Office hours: Tuesdays 11:30-1:15 pm Office hours: Mondays 2 nd floor S4: Table near elevator 9:45-11:45 am Text: McKim, W.A. (2006). Drugs and Behavior (6nd Edition) Material: This course is taught as an introductory Behavioral Pharmacology course. Psychology is treated as a science. The effects of drugs on behavior is viewed from a behavioral and physiological perspective. Black board: Will be used to post course announcements and grades. It will be the only place to view grades (grades will not be posted elsewhere). The note package and some readings can be printed from black board. Course Schedule: Dates: Topic Readings Aug 28, 30 Drug history & Basic Pharmacology Chap 1 Sept 4, 6 Basic Pharmacology Chap 2 Sept 11 Basic Pharmacology Chap 3 Sept 18, 20 Nervous system Chap 4 Sept 25 Addiction Chap 5 Sept 27: TEST I Oct 2, 4 Depressants Chap 6, 7
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