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PY 453. Advanced Behavioral Neuroscience. 4 Hours.

Neural systems which control behavior will be studied, incorporating knowledge gained from neurobiological and psychological research. Topics will include synaptic communication, sensation and perception, movement, genetic influences on behavior, motivation, emotions, psychopathology, brain plasticity, and an extended module on learning. The associated lab will utilize the collection and analysis of physiological data to reinforce core course concepts.
Prerequisites: PY 353 [Min Grade: D] or PY 355 [Min Grade: D] or PY 363 [Min Grade: D] or NBL 355 [Min Grade: D]

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