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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

PSY 313/314 Applied Behavioral Neuroscience

This course will explore advanced aspects of Biopsychology using hands-on laboratory exposure to common Behavioral Neuroscience methodology.  Students will participate in learning opportunities meant to enhance understanding of methodological principles and experimental design.  Course activities will include conducting group or independent experiments that illustrate the connection between physiological processes and behavior, and students will be expected to write laboratory reports.  This course includes a complementary lecture course to the Applied Behavioral Neuroscience course and will provide students with the opportunity to learn advanced principles of a range of topics, including psychopharmacology, neuroanatomy, experimental design, and the methods and confounds common to Behavioral Neuroscience. Prerequisite:   or BIO 150  and BIO 151 

4 credit hours