CPY 7101: Neural and Biological Bases of Behavior (2024-2025)

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Biological aspects of human thought, feeling and behavior are partly defined by the overlapping contributions from the related fields of biopsychology, psychophysiology and clinical neuroscience. Attention is given to integrating these diverse perspectives, as well as covering specific details in anatomy and cellular physiology of the brain and nervous system as well as their effects on sensory perception, emotional functioning, sleep, learning, cognition and memory. Case examples will draw on practical applications within the broader field of clinical psychology, and facilitate skill building for competent consulting with medical and allied healthcare professionals.

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Spring 40334 5 TBA Staff
1:00PM-5:30 PM
Marston Watson Hall 3
15 of 15 seats open
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Restrictions: Clinical Psychology, Research Psychology majors only. Doctoral only.
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal with G, Audit
Instructional Methods: Traditional
Note: Full Term