PSY2080: Biological Basis of Behavior: Part A

Credits 3
This course introduces research and theory surrounding the biological bases of behavior. Neuropsychological and neurophysiological principles underlying cognition, language, memory, emotion, and personality will be explored and linked to clinical practice. The student will explore new technologies including EEG, fMRI, and PET scans. In addition to exploring clinical issues, the student will be encouraged to explore transpersonal dimensions of neuropsychology such as the neural correlates of spirituality and consciousness.