Social and Affective Neuroscience (B,C)

NEUROSCI 352S

Understanding how individual, interpersonal, and intergroup behaviors are processed in the brain. Topics include neuroscience of self- and group identity, self-regulation, social and affective communication, stereotyping, pro- and anti-social behavior, power motivation, group cooperation and competition, and cultural differences in emotion processing. Prerequisites: one of the following: Psychology 195FS/Neurobiology 193FS/Neuroscience 193FS, Neurobiology 195FS, Psychology 106/107/Neuroscience 101/102, Psychology 257/Neurobiology 212/Philosophy 249), Psychology 275/Neurobiology 201/Biology 224.

Crosslisting Numbers: 

PSY 280S

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, NS, SS