Psych_115_-_Introduction

Psych_115_-_Introduction - PSYCH 115: PRINCIPLES OF...

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PSYCH 115: PRINCIPLES OF BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE J. David Jentsch, Ph.D.; Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences
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Instructor: J. David Jentsch, Ph.D. (neuropsychopharmacology, behavior genetics, neuroscience of mental disorders) Teaching assistants: Melissa Flesher Stephanie Groman Soo Lee Monica Birnbaum Who are We?
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What is this Class About? The Brain Your Brain
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What is this Class About? Explaining the relationship between the physical matter of your body (your nervous system) and how you think, act and behave… Learning behavioral neuroscience is a requirement for truly understanding… Cognition Child development Personality and social psychology Abnormal psychology Learning
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Available (electronically) on the course website Or, you can get a paper copy from me at office hours Syllabus
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Lecture hours (T/Tr 930-1045 am) Your particular discussion section Office hours (see course website for schedules) Review sessions Organization
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Lecture
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Important Facts - Enrollment This is an impacted course This course is over-enrolled If you would like to get into the course, remain vigilant. Drops will occur over the next 2 wks, and seats will almost certainly become available No PTEs at this time
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Important Information – Course Content Keys to an “A”: Print out slides Review them before and after class (same day) Ask questions to clarify points while still fresh in your mind Begin studying early Textbook is optional (but may be helpful!) Some of what I lecture on will be reflected in the textbook Much of what is in the book won’t be covered in class, and you are not expected to know it Much of what I lecture on is drawn purely from the research literature To do well, you must attend class and
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course PSYCH 115 taught by Professor Shaine during the Spring '07 term at UCLA.

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Psych_115_-_Introduction - PSYCH 115: PRINCIPLES OF...

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