PSYCH 315. Social Cognitive Affective Neuroscience. 3 Credits.
This course illustrates the biological bases of behavior with emphasis placed on the basics of neurobiology and the application of neuroscience to our understanding of social, cognitive, and affective processes such as self-control, decision-making, memory, language, and attention. Neuroscience seeks to understand the design and operating principles of the mind, as instantiated in the brain and body.
P: Psych 102, Psych 300, Psych 308
Fall and Spring.