This course will introduce students to basic concepts and the variety of topics in the field of neuroscience, including neuroanatomy (gross and cellular), physiology, neural basis of behavior, malfunctions due to disease and injury, and methods used to study these areas; laying a foundation for advanced coursework in neuroscience.
Outcomes: Knowledge of the organization of the nervous system, cellular events that underlie emotions, learning, and behavior, and awareness of classical and modern methods for advancing the field.
Prerequisites: PSYC 101
2021-2022 Psychology Major: Biological Pillar
2020-2021 Psychology Major: Group A Lecture
Neuroscience Major: Requirement
Offered every semester