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Introduction to experimental methods used in behavioral neuroscience research. Laboratory work includes surgical, histological and behavioral techniques. Proper use and handling of animals, ethical issues, evaluation of neuroscience literature, experimental design and data analysis are addressed. This requires working with laboratory rodents. Designated as a research and scholarship intensive course.
Equivalent to Equivalent to NEUR 395 (2014-2015 Catalog)
Prerequisite(s): PSYC 300, BIOL 312 or equivalent. PSYC 372 or PSYC 376 or permission of instructor.
From the Schedule of Classes