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Number:PY422
Name:Physiological Psychology
Description:This course deals with biological processes of the human body particularly the brain and nervous system and how they influence behavior, perception, learning, motivation, development, emotion, and psychological problems.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s): PY111
SC321

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. associate brain areas with function. 2. understand and describe neuronal communication. 3. understand the role of exogenous substances in nervous system function. 4. understand how the nervous system processes sensation and perception.

Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher
F 2012 Physiology of Behavior 0-205-23939-0 Carlson, Neil R. 11TH 13 Pearson
F 2012 Physiology of Behavior (Loose) 0-205-23981-1 Carlson, Neil R. 11TH 13 Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
F 2012 Physiology of Behavior - With Access 0-205-88978-6 Carlson, Neil R. 11TH 13 Pearson
F 2012 Physiology of Behavior - With Access (Loose) 0-205-24010-0 Carlson, Neil R. 11TH 13 Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
F 2012 Physiology of Behavior-Access 0-205-24055-0 Carlson, Neil R. 2013 Pearson
F 2011 BRAIN & BEHAVIOR W/ S.G. 9781412997140 GARRETT 03
F 2010 FOUNDATIONS OF PHYS PSYCH 0-205-42723-5 CARLSON 6 A&B
F 2008 FOUNDATIONS OF PHYS PSYCH 0-205-42723-5 CARLSON 6 PEARSON EDUCATION
F 2008 Foundations of Physiological Psychology 0-205-42723-5 Carlson 6 Allyn & Bacon
F 2007 FOUNDATIONS OF PHYS PSYCH CARLSON 6 A&B
F 2007 Foundations of Physiological Psychology 0-205-42723-5 Carlson 6 Allyn & Bacon
F 2006 Foundations of Physiological Psychology 0-205-42723-5 Carlson 6 Allyn & Bacon
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