PSYC 3610 Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
3 hours, 3 credits
Introduction to the effects of hormones on brain and behavior. Includes a review of methodologies in behavioral endocrinology, sexual differentiation of the brain and behavior, and the role of hormones in social behavior, cognition, learning and memory, stress and mental health disorders across lifespan development. This course is the same as Biology 3020.
Prerequisites: Psychology 1000, or Biology 1001 and 1002; and Psychology 2600 or Psychology 2610/ Biology 2020.
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