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PSYC 345: Physiological Psychology

Neural and chemical bases of behavior are examined, including the relationship between anatomical, neurophysiological, and behavioral data. General principles of sensory functioning, control of movement, and rhythms are also considered.
4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • PSYC 221 or equivalent

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