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2012-2013 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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PSY 430 - Physiological Psychology

This course emphasizes the study of bodily structures, processes, and mechanisms related to various aspects of the organism's interactions with the environment. Topics covered include neurophysiological correlates of cognition, memory, motivation, emotion, attention, and sensory processes. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: PSY 101 or HNR 234, and PSY 300 or SS 300 or BMS 301 or CJ 300 or PLS 300 or NUR 435 or SW 430.

Credits: 3

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