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2020-2021 Catalog

NEUR 323 Physiological Psychology II

The neural, hormonal, and physiological bases of animal and human behavior are examined. Physiological aspects of such topics as language, learning and memory, feeding, sexual behavior, emotions, sleep, and neurological disorders are covered. In the laboratory, students will conduct discovery-oriented research utilizing a variety of techniques employed by physiological and neuroscientists. [NS, W]

Cross Listed Courses

Physiological Psychology II (NEUR / PSYC 323) is a required course for the Neuroscience major.


PSYC 110, PSYC 120 and one of the following: PSYC 223 or NEUR 201


Gabel, Schettino, Tomaszycki