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PSYC 372 Physiological Psychology: Getting Started

Resources for study of the physiological and neurological correlates of behavior, including the nervous system, sensation, perception, movement, physiological chemistry, sleep, emotion, cognitive functions, and mental disorder.

About PSYC 372 Physiological Psychology

This course includes a comprehensive study of the physiological and neurological correlates of behavior, including the nervous system (e.g., its structures and organization), sensation, perception, movement, physiological chemistry (e.g., hormones; neurotransmitters), sleep, emotion, cognitive functions, and mental disorder. The students will gain laboratory experience by participating in the dissection of a preserved specimen and other activities and demonstrations.

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Psychology in the News

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