psych2230_syllabus_Fall_09 - Psychology 2230: Introduction...

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Psychology 2230: Introduction to Biological Psychology, Fall 2009 MWF 10:10-11:00, Goldwin Smith Hall 132 (HEC Auditorium) Instructor : David M. Smith Office: Room 252 Uris Hall Office Hours: Mon 3:30-4:30pm, Thurs 10:00-11:00am or by appt. Phone: 607-227-0045 (emergencies only, please) Email: dms248@cornell.edu Teaching Assistants : Matt Law: lml95@cornell.edu , Uris B65, Mon and Thurs 3:00-4:00pm. Marcela Fernandez-Vargas: mf463@cornell.edu , Uris B84, Mon 5:00-6:00pm, Wed 9:00-10:00am. Required Textbook : Biological Psychology , Fifth Ed., Breedlove, Rosenzweig and Watson. Class Blackboard Site : http://blackboard.cornell.edu/ Course Objectives : The brain is an enormously complex organ which is responsible for such diverse functions as sensory information processing, perception, motor control, motivation and emotion, social behavior, learning and memory, and language. In this course, we will examine how the nervous system mediates these functions. Getting Help : All students are encouraged to make use of the extensive help that is available. You are welcome to stop by during my regular office hours (or those of the TAs) with questions or just to chat. We are also happy to arrange an appointment to meet with you if the regular office hours don’t work for you. You should also make use of email and post questions to the Blackboard discussion boards. We will also hold optional review sessions as needed. Redundant Courses
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