PSYC 1110 Introduction to Psychology as a Natural Science (Fall/Spring: 3 )
This is one of two introductory courses required for Psychology majors. The course focuses on basic brain function (how neurons work, brain plasticity, and drug effects) and genetic influences on psychological functions (including attitudes), and introduces students to fundamental features of learning, motivation, appetite, memory, and perception, along with their biological underpinnings. A major course theme is the physical bases of psychological phenomena.
Instructor(s): Gene Heyman
Last Updated: 01-May-17