Introduction to Neuroethology

BIOLOGY AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES 3421

The neural mechanisms of animal behavior from an evolutionary and ecological perspective. Topics include: contributions of diverse species to understanding fundamental properties of nervous system structure and function; electrical signals of sensory cells, neurons, and muscle; neural processing of sensory input; neural control of behavioral output; anatomy and physiology of sensory and motor systems; learning and memory; evolution of neural circuits. Prerequisite one of the following courses: Biol 3058, Biol 3411, Psych 3401.
Course Attributes: FA NSM; BU SCI; AR NSM; AS NSM

Section 01

Introduction to Neuroethology
INSTRUCTOR: Carlson
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