PSYC 2500 Biopsychology (3 cr)
Biopsychology provides an overview of neuroanatomy, basic principles of neural conduction, and basic techniques used in biopsychological investigations. It reviews current knowledge of the biological bases of human behavior and experience: sensation and perception, movement, cognition and language, attention, learning, memory, stress, wakefulness and sleep, psychiatric disorders. The course examines how important questions in psychology can be addressed with biological methods.
Spring MnTC Goal: 5