BIO BASES OF BEHAVIOR (TEAM)

PSY107.01

Introduction to neuroscience that explores methods, models, and reasoning that led to discoveries about brain-behavior relations. Students learn and apply concepts in neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, synaptic transmission, the somatic sensorimotor system, vision, emotions, attention & consciousness, memory & learning, sexual differentiation & orientation, and psychopathology. In-class experiences organized around principles of team-based learning, with students collaborating in small teams for readiness assessments and team applications. Course fulfills gateway requirement for Neuroscience major. First years are welcome. Instructor: Ng

Day / Time: 

WF 3:05PM-4:20PM

Location: 

LSRC B035

Instructor: 

Ng, Minna

Section: 

01