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HS 353 - Procedures in Neuroscience II


This course is the second of an advanced two-course sequence exploring the biological bases of behavior. This course focuses on human and comparative behavioral measures and methods used in modern neuroscience laboratories. Topics range from human physiology (EEG, EOG, etc.) measures to explore concepts in sleep, cognition, and attention to comparative laboratories which will explore feeding behavior, sexual behavior, learning and memory, motor function, and psychopathology in rodent models. Other topics include advanced methods used in the brain sciences, the connection between stress and illness, and how the brain recovers from injury. Students will be required to develop a formal neuroscience research proposal on a topic of their choice.

Requisites: HS 352 (Required, Previous).

Credits: 3 cr



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