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PSYC 336 - BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR

Complex behaviors are possible because of the brain. Our goal is to understand this complex organ and how it functions to allow for human behavior. Fundamental neural systems (such as sleep and motivation), higher cortical functioning (such as language and attention), and brain plasticity will be covered.

Credits: 3

ATTRIBUTES:

Social Science

COURSE NOTES:

3 courses in psychology required;credit only for Brain and  Behavior or Biopsychology II. 

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