Spring 2008

Neurophysiology of Motivation

Listed in: Psychology, as PSYC-56

Faculty

John-Paul Baird (Section 01)

Description

This course will explore in detail the neurophysiological underpinnings of basic motivational systems such as feeding, fear, and sex. Students will read original articles in the neuroanatomical, neurophysiological, and behavioral scientific literature. Key goals of this course will be to make students conversant with the most recent scientific findings and adept at research design and hypothesis testing. Requisite Psychology 12 or 26 and consent of the instructor. Limited to 15 students. Second semester. Professor Baird.

Continuation page

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Here are the two forms you will need to write the grant on. Use the contuation pages and conform to the other requirements for the RESEARCH TRAINING PLAN (page I-22)

Face Page

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Here are the two forms you will need to write the grant on. Use the contuation pages and conform to the other requirements for the RESEARCH TRAINING PLAN (page I-22)

Form instructions

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Here are the two forms you will need to write the grant on. Use the contuation pages and conform to the other requirements for the RESEARCH TRAINING PLAN (page I-22)

Course Readings

Submitted by John-Paul Baird

Hello and welcome to Psych 56 ! The syllabus should be available from this annoucements page. The course readings are all on ereserve (see menu on left). All should be .pdf format and you should be able to download and print them. See you in class  !

PB