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If you have difficulty during the course, please see me as soon as possible. I can help you. Educational researchers believe that for every hour that a student is in class, a minimum of 2 hours should be allocated for studying outside the class. This course meets 3 hours each week, therefore, you should plan to study a minimum of 6 hours each week (outside of class time). Many students find it helpful to form small "study groups" to review the reading material, check on the accuracy of notes, review computational work, etc. Although I will be available to help you, peer-tutoring may also be useful in learning the material. I strongly suggest you join a study group to help you learn the material in this course. Unless I hear otherwise, I will assume you understand the material. Student Learning Outcomes Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: Discuss and apply knowledge of theories and results of research demonstrating key principles of endocrinology Display knowledge of the basic processes & mechanisms related to hormones & the endocrine system Explain physiological processes and associated behavior regarding sex, stress, and homeostasis using appropriate models.
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Required Text (Available in the Bookstore) An Introduction to Behavioral Endocrinology 4 th edition by R.J. Nelson Gauchospace This course has a Gauchospace webpage that has most of the course material posted for you. I will be
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