PSY2003

Biological Psychology 生物心理学

Applied Psychology · DST · Major Required Courses · 3 Units

Course Descriptions

The study of biological psychology has its roots in two disciplines: biology and psychology. The course attempts to link the two and provides an understanding of the methods by which biology is able to clarify and assist the student in understanding human behaviours and processes in our mental lives. Biological psychology will provide immediate, causal explanations for the role of the human brain in guiding and directing behaviour; this, taken in a greater context considers the role of the nervous system, hormones and immediate environment.

Prerequisite

PSY2003 Biological Psychology

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