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|Title:||PSYC 318-01, Physiological Psychology, Fall 2004|
|Series/Report no.:||Syllabi CRN|
|Abstract:||Throughout this course we will be discussing several functional systems of the CNS and their structural components. Since anatomical, structural relationships often describe underlying systemic functions, we will take a closer look at an animal model of CNS organization in neuroanatomy labs. These labs will allow you the opportunity to identify homologous human brain structures on a sheep brain. We will also perform minimal dissection in order to observe subcortical structures that we will discuss throughout the semester. This is a new component of this course that is meant to supplement your understanding of the biological underpinnings of behavior. I am aware that you registered for this class without the knowledge that you would be working with animal tissue. Therefore, I would like to make this a voluntary component by offering an alternative exercise for individuals who chose to not participate in the neuroanatomy lab sessions. Your decision to not participate in these sessions will NOT affect your grade in the course.|
|Description:||This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.|
|Appears in Collections:||Psychology Department. Syllabi|
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