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COGNITION, BRAIN, AND BEHAVIOR COURSEWORK

Coursework For Proficiency In Cognition, Brain, and Behavior

Cognition, Brain, and Behavior students receive broad training in core areas of neuroscience. Students are also allowed to explore various neuroscience related disciplines, and to take additional courses within areas of special interest to them. Training culminates in a PhD Degree. Integral to this process is the completion of all general requirements of the Experimental and Applied Psychological Science PhD program.

In addition, emphasis area courses for the Cognition, Brain, and Behavior program are listed below:

  • Psych 6200 Fundamentals of Neuroscience (I) 3 cr

  • Psych 6210 Fundamentals of Neuroscience (II) 3 cr

  • Psych 6650 Theories of Learning: The Behavioral Perspective 3 cr

  • Psych 6660 Cognition and Instruction 3 cr

  • Psych 6670 Neuropsychopharmacology 3 cr

  • Psych 6800 Neuroeconomics 3 cr

  • Psych 7740 Behavioral Pharmacology 3 cr

  • Psych 7750 Behavioral Economics 3 cr

  • Psych 7110 Cognitive Neuroscience 3 cr

  • Psych 7140 Methods in Neuroscience 3 cr

  • Psych 7530 Advanced Developmental Psychology 3 cr

  • Psych 7640 Advanced Psychometrics 3 cr

  • Psych 7650 Multilevel and Marginal Models 3 cr

  • Psych 7830 Mechanisms of Neuropsychiatric Disease 3 cr

  • Psych 7820 Neuropsychology 2 cr