Neurophysiology is the study of living neurons. Students record electrical activity of cells to learn principles of the nervous system including sensory transduction and coding, intercellular communication and motor control. The course meets for 9 hours each week. Students may leave the lab for up to 2 hours and must be in class from 9:00-10:00 and 5:00-6:00. Prereq: Bio 3411 or Psych 344 AND PERMISSION of Student Coordinator, Erin Gerrity (should be contacted as early as possible due to high demand). This course is filled in the Spring before general course registration opens. Bio 3411 may be taken concurrently.
Course Attributes: FA NSMAR NSMAS NSMAS WI I
Section 01Laboratory of Neurophysiology
INSTRUCTOR: KundelView Course Listing