Introduction to Physiological Psychology (psyc 337)

Examines humans from a biological perspective, including the interplay between biological (e.g. brain, genes, hormones) and psychological processes (e.g. hunger, memory, sleep, sexual behavior, psychopathology). Students gain knowledge about the role that biology plays in influencing psychological functioning in both positive and negative ways. This course is especially beneficial to students interested in biological and health-related fields (e.g. medicine, nursing, counseling). Prerequisites: PSYC110 - General Psychology or PSYC120 - Human Growth and Development, and BIOL101 - Principles of Biology and Lab or BIOL151 - General Biology I and Lab.

PSYC337 is a 3 credit course.