Fundamentals of Psychology I: Brain, Mind and Behavior

Course Number: 
HSS 175
This course emphasizes the biological underpinnings of behavior and of mental processes. What do we know? How do we come to know? What do we want? Why do we act the way we do? In this course these fundamental questions of psychology are mainly looked at from a biological perspective that emphasizes the study of the brain and nervous systems. Historical, philosophical, and evolutionary perspectives on mental processes are considered, as well.
Credit Hours: 
3.00
Lecture Hours: 
3.00