Neurophysiology and pharmacology, emphasizing the relationship of brain mechanisms and synaptic chemistry to behavior. Special topics include: techniques for studying brain-behavior relationships; sensory and motor systems; homeostasis and regulation of internal states; emotions, aggression and stress; learning and memory; and the biological bases of mental illness.
- a proficiency in reading and writing within the conceptual framework of biological basis of behavior;
- an oral proficiency in understanding the genesis of biological basis of behavior;
- n ability to identify, analyze, and question the origin of various analysis models;
- a familiarity with understanding the rationale of biological basis of behavior within a society;
- and a familiarity with the biological basis of behavior.