PSY 333 - Mysteries and Science of Sleep

Covers many aspects of sleep from many different perspectives. Topics include: types and patterns of sleep, functions of sleep, physiological bases of sleep, development of sleep over the lifespan, sleep disorders, and dreaming. Cultural and individuals differences will be addressed. This course will introduce the research of sleep and how the research can drive social policy. Students will gain insight into sleep patterns and dreaming experiences.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 100 and 3 credits of PSY at the 200 level

3 credit(s).

Last Term Offered: Spring 2018