PSYC 466 Biological Psychology

The study of the physiological, developmental and functional explanations of behavior. This includes sensory and motor mechanisms, as well as motivated behaviors, learning, memory and language. The biological basis for mental disorders and the behavioral effects of brain damage are also addressed.

Credits

4

Prerequisite

class='sc-courselink' href='/en/2018-2019/2018-2019-Undergraduate-Bulletin/Courses/PSYC-Psychology/100/PSYC-130'>PSYC 130 or PSYC 140 and PSYC 141, BIOL 141 or BIOL 121, or permission of instructor.

Distribution

School of Education and Psychology