PSY 383 - Brain and Behavior
Basic physiological mechanisms underlying human and animal behavior. Sensory, neural, endocrine, and motor response systems are considered within the context of various psychological functions; sensation, perception, learning, thinking, motivation, and personality. Variations in behavior resulting from maturational or pathological processes are also considered.
Prerequisite(s): PSY 300 and a 'C' or better in PSY 259.
Last Term Offered: Fall 2017