PSYC E-1605 The Brain in Psychology I: the Neuroanatomical Basis of Psychological Function
Fall Term 2016 CRN 14011
This course reviews contemporary neuroscience and neuroanatomy relevant to understanding higher psychological functions. It combines lectures and laboratory methods to help students gain understanding of the topology and connectivity of cortical structures. Students learn how anatomy as viewed through neuroimaging techniques is related to actual brain tissue and the methods through which inferences about the relationship between neural structure and function are made.