Certificate in Animal Behaviour - Neuroethology NESC 3165   Neuroethology
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Neuroethology explores how assemblies of neurons work together to produce behaviour. Neural control of selected behaviours from a wide range of animals, both invertebrate and vertebrate, are examined. From this comparative perspective an attempt is made to tease out common themes in the physiological control of behaviour.
NOTES: All experiments in the accompanying lab involve insects. Students are required to handle insects during the lab.
FORMAT: Lab
FORMAT COMMENTS: Research Lab 3 hours
PREREQUISITES: NESC 2160.03/PSYO 2160.03 or BIOL 3062.03; and NESC 2570.03/PSYO 2570.03 or BIOL 3078.03 and BIOL 3079.03 or MARI 3074.03 and MARI 3076.03; and PSYO 2000.03 or NESC 2007.03 or one of following Biology courses: BIOL 2003.03, BIOL 2004.03, BIOL 2020.03, BIOL 2030.03, BIOL 2060.03
CROSS-LISTING: PSYO 3165.03