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PSYCH 238: Biopsychology

How do biological factors influence fundamental aspects of psychology and behavior? In this course, students learn about relationships between the brain and behavior and use neuroanatomical, physiological, and biochemical levels of analysis to understand basic behavioral processes and systems, including sensation, movement, emotion, sleep and arousal, hunger, motivation, learning, and psychopathology. Offered each semester. Counts toward biology major and neuroscience concentration.
Prerequisite: PSYCH 125 or BIO 123, BIO 227 or CH/BI 227.

Neuroscience

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...taken in either order): PSYCH 238 Biopsychology 1.00 PSYCH 238 introduces students to the...

Psychology

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/psychology/

...and Perception PSYCH 236 Conditioning and Learning PSYCH 237 Cognitive Psychology PSYCH 238 Biopsychology Select...

Management Studies

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...Regulation ESTH 238 Course ESTH 238 Not Found...Politics PSYCH 236 Conditioning and Learning PSYCH 249...

Biology

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/biology/

...239 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience 1.00 PSYCH 238 Biopsychology 1.00 ENVST 281 Topics...