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PSYC 5375
Introduction to Neuropsychology
Three semester hours
Analyzes the relationship between the nervous system and behavior. Emphasis on neuronal transmission, transmitter dynamics, and principles of nervous system organization. Other areas of emphasis include the psychobiology of drug actions, pain, modulation of consciousness, regulatory processes, information processing, emotion, and the pathophysiology of various mental disorders. Prerequisite: Graduate standing, or permission of the instructor.

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