1 semester, 4 credits- Core Foundation/Proficiency: Writing II
Biopsychology examines behavior in the context of genetics, evolution, and physiology. It considers how a biological entity can give rise to seemingly non-material processes such as thought, perception, and mood. Research methods and techniques of biopsychology will be examined with emphasis on quantitative data collection. Prerequisites: PSY 202 and 326, or permission of the instructor.