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PSYC3200 - Physiological Psychology
Fall 2011

This course examines the physiological basis of behavior. The understanding of human behavior is being transformed through the fields of neuroscience and physiological psychology. The neural and hormonal basis of learning, memory, motivation, emotions, mental disorders, and other behaviors are examined in this course. This course presents the frontier of the field of psychology as more areas of human behavior are understood at the physiological level.
Prerequisite: PSYC1010
3 Credits

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PSYC3200-A Physiological Psychology
4 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: T
       Location: Moon Room: Nicholson Center 414
    Time: 09:30-10:45 am Instructor: Wheeler
    Session: 1 (01/13 - 05/03/14) Term: Spring 2014
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      Prerequisite: PSYC1010
      Course is taught Partially Online.  
      Additional fees apply. See Details for more information.
 
PSYC3200-B Physiological Psychology
2 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: T
       Location: Moon Room: Nicholson Center 414
    Time: 11:00-12:15 pm Instructor: Wheeler
    Session: 1 (01/13 - 05/03/14) Term: Spring 2014
            More Info!
      Prerequisite: PSYC1010
      Course is taught Partially Online.  
      Additional fees apply. See Details for more information.
 

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