Behavioral Neuroscience

PSY-B 320

3

PSY-B110 or equivalent


Fall
Spring
Summer


This course focuses on how behavior emerges from the organ that produces it, the brain. Topics include evolution and anatomy of the brain, neurophysiology, how brain networks function, and what happens to behavior when the brain has problems. A better understanding of structure-function relationships within the central and peripheral nervous system will be achieved through examples from human neuropsychology and animal behavior. Psychology majors should take B320 unless they plan to also major or minor in neuroscience; those students need to take the PSY-B201/PSY-B301 sequence.  Credit given for only one of B301 or B320.

IU PSY-P 326 and PU PSY 22200