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This lecture-laboratory course examines various forms of behavior as they appear throughout the phylogenetic scale. The roles of evolution, genetics and the neural system in the control of diverse behaviors from feeding to territoriality and human aggression are considered. Counts toward the neuroscience major (behavioral track. Prerequisite: PSYC 101WL or 101NL and PSYC 205.

Instructor
Bill DeCoteau
Course Code:
PSYC 432
Subject:
Psychology