syllabus - PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY PSB 3002 Section 1095...

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PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY PSB 3002 Section 1095 Fall 2011 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Donald J. Stehouwer ASSISTANT: Nate Weinstock OFFICE: 310 Psychology Building OFFICE: 361 Psychology Building HOURS: Wednesdays, 9:30-11:30 a.m. HOURS: Tuesday 2 nd period or by appointment Thursday 2 nd period PHONE: 273-2168 or by appointment EMAIL: mailto:steh@ufl.edu EMAIL: natejw@ufl.edu TEXT : Carlson, N.R. Physiology of Behavior , 10 th edition. This course is an introduction to the concepts, methods and data of behavioral neuroscience. Physiological psychology is concerned with biological factors, and their interactions, that produce and modify behavior. These factors include physiology, pharmacology, biochemistry and anatomy, at levels of analysis ranging from individual molecules to the whole organism. Familiarity with fundamental concepts of chemistry, physics, biology and physiology are assumed. Topics will include the structure and functions of the nervous system, including the function of individual nerve cells, communication between cells, and the organization of the nervous system into sensory, motor, and emotional systems. As we proceed
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