PSYC 4230: Neuroscience (3)

Lecture: 3, Lab: 0, Other: 0

A comprehensive study of the neuro-anatomical basis of complex behavioral processes. Emphasis is given to providing an overview of how neurological and other bodily processes produce and control behavior and how behavior influences neurological processes. Personality is viewed from the perspective of the morphological, physiological, and psychological approaches. The relationship between the internal environment and behaviors such as food intake control, mating behavior, neural action, emotion, etc., will be discussed. Pre-requisite: PSYC 1101 or PSYC 1101H and PSYC 1102