Certificate in Neurotechnology Innovation - Systems Neuroscience NESC 2470   Systems Neuroscience
This lecture class examines the brain’s role in controlling experience and behaviour in both animals and humans. The course will focus on the functional anatomy of several psychological systems, in particular the brain pathways involved in sensation, perception, movement, motivation, mood, memory, sleep, emotion, and language. There will be emphasis on recent research findings and understanding methodology for asking questions in neuroscience.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: Introduction to Psychology I (PSYO 1011.03 or PSYO 1021.03 or PSYO 1031.03) and Introduction to Psychology II (PSYO 1012.03 or PSYO 1022.03 or PSYO 1032.03) EACH with a grade of B- or better OR Principles of Biology I (BIOL 1010.03 or BIOL 1020.03) and Principles of Biology II (BIOL 1011.03 or BIOL 1021.03) EACH with a grade of B- or better OR SCIE 1506.09 and SCIE 1507.09 EACH with a grade of B- or better or SCIE 1505X/Y.18 with a grade of B- or better.
RESTRICTIONS: Restricted to students registered in Neuroscience or Psychology Major or Honours programs.
EXCLUSIONS: PSYO 2770.03, PHYL 2041.03