About This Course
This course will examine the development, underlying neurology and physiology, adaptive function, and application of behavior to understanding feeding, habitat selection, communication, reproduction, parenting, and social behavior. Students will be exposed to methods for the design, analysis and interpretation of behavioral experiments.
Course At A Glance
Introduction to psychology as a science, using the empirical approach to study many areas of behavior such as motivation, emotion, perception, thinking, learning, abnormal, personality, and social. This course satisfies an Area of Inquiry requirement for Social and Behavioral Sciences.