Biological Psychology

An introduction to biological and physiological roots of human behavior, including, an examination of the structure and function of the nervous systems and how it relates to the regulation of bodily functions, sexual behavior, emotions, sleep, learning and memory. Other topics include psychopharmacology, sensation and perception, and neurological/psychological disorders.

Credit hours: 3.0


  • PY101 - General Psychology

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Last updated: 08/07/2023