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David S. Olton Program in Behavioral Biology

Ecuador

             Courses

The following is a list of Core/Required and Elective courses. Please make sure that you check back regularly for any updates, especially prior to registration as we will be posting all available upper level electives, behavioral and social. It has been decided that behavioral biology majors would have the option of completing either 080.305 or 080.250 beginning with fall 2009 semester. Click here for a history of upper level courses.

Core Courses

200.208 Animal Behavior, G. Ball and F. Madison, usually in spring 

200.141 Foundations of Brain, Behavior and Cognition, L. Gorman, usually in the fall & spring
 (formally known as Introduction to Physiological Psychology

080.250 Neuroscience Lab, L. Gorman/J. Trageser, every fall & spring

290.101 Human Origins, P. Holland, usually in fall

NOTE: students should complete either 080.250 or 080.305 as part of the core requirements.

Please refer to ISIS for current class offerings 

(Please note that our list of upper levels and their POS Tag may change each semester. We reserve the right to make these changes.)

 

Fall 2014Fall 2013Fall 2012Fall 2011Fall 2010Fall 2009
Spring 2014Spring 2013Spring 2012Spring 2011Spring 2010Spring 2009

Fall 2014
 

Course NumberCourse NameInstructorDay/TimeLimitConcentration
AS.020.379EvolutionNorrisMF 12:00-1:1525BioBehavioral
AS.080.308NeuroeconomicsTrageserWF 12:00-1:1570BioBehavioral
AS.080.330Brain, Injury and Recovery (writing intensive)GormanWF 12:00-1:1515BioBehavioral
AS.150.245Introduction to PhilosophyWilliamMWF 9:00-9:5015 (4 sec)Social
AS.200.204Human Sexuality (writing intensive)KraftT 9-11:30 OR T 12-2:3025BioBeh & Social
AS.200.309Evolutionary Mechanisms of Human BehaviorPetriM 1:30-3:5025Social
AS.200.316Thought and PerceptionFlombaumW 1:30-3:308Social
AS.200.328Thry-Mths in Clincal PsycEdwinM 6:00-8:0025BioBeh & Social
AS.200.333Advanced Social PsychologyDrigotasW 1:30-3:5019Social
AS.200.344Behavioral EndocrinologyMadisonTTH 9:00-10:1570BioBehavioral
AS.200.359The Psychology of Financial CrisisRaifmanT 3:00-5:3040Social
AS.200.363Mind, Brain and ExperienceBednyTTh 10:30-11:4530BioBehavioral
AS.200.366Neuroscience of Motivation: Sex, Drugs & the BrainIyilikciMWF 11:00-11:5019BioBehavioral
AS.200.367Episodic Memory in Human & Non Human AnimalsAsemMW 12:00-1:1519BioBehavioral
AS.270.308Population/Comm EcologySzlaveczTTH 10:30-11:4530BioBehavioral
AS.280.335The Environment of Your HealthTrushTTh 4:30-5:45250Social
AS.290.301Stress & the BrainMadisonTTH 10:30-11:4519BioBehavioral
AS.290.420Human Sexual OrientationKraftT 3:00-4:2025BioBeh & Social
EN.570.205EcologyBrushMWF 11:00-11:5050BioBehavioral

INTERSESSION 2014

Course NumberCourse NameInstructorDay/TimeLimit
AS.080.206SCIENCE!!!: Fine Art of ExperimentBedontMWF50
AS.080.208Ions in Flux:From DNA to DiseaseSchererTH20
AS.080.210Applied Neuroscience MethodsGoldenMWF50

SPRING 2014

 

Course NumberCourse NameFacultyDay/TimeConcentration
AS.020.367Primate Behavior & EcologyPerryTTh 10:30-11:45Biobehavioral
AS.020.375Human Gross AnatomyDeleonTTH 3:00-4:45Biobehavioral
AS.050.315Cognitive Neuropsychology of Visual PerceptionMcCloskeyTTh 12:00-1:15Social
AS.050.339Cognitive DevelopmentYarmolinskayaT 3:00-5:00Social
AS.070.352Evolution, Ecology, Becoming (New)Khan/GoodfellowTh 1:30-3:50Social
AS.080.306The Nervous System IIHendryTTh 1:30-2:45Biobehavioral
AS.080.320The Auditory SystemBoatmanWF 1:30-2:45Biobehavioral
AS.080.370The Cerebellum: Is it just for motor control?DesmondTTh 10:30-11:45Biobehavioral
AS.200.204Human Sexuality
(writing intensive)
KraftT 9:00-11:20 OR 12:00-2:20Social/Dev/Cog
AS.200.211Sensation and PerceptionYantisMWF 9:00-9:50Social
AS.200.304Neuroscience of Decision MakingStuphornTTh 9:00-10:15Biobehavioral
AS.200.306Psychology in the WorkplaceRoberts-FoxTTh 1:30-2:45Social
AS.200.317Interpersonal RelationshipsDrigotasWF 1:30-2:45Social/Dev/Cog
AS.200.328 Thry-Mths/Clinical Psychology
(writing intensive)
EdwinM 6:00-8:20Social/Dev/Cog
AS.200.336Foundations of MindHalberda/FeigensonTTh 1:30-2:45Social
AS.200.343MotivationPetriM 1:30-3:50Biobehavioral
AS.200.361Tests & MeasurementsRoberts-FoxTTH 12:00-1:15Social
AS.200.368Sleep, Dreams & Altered States of ConsciousnessAllenTTh 4:00-5:45Social/Dev/Cog
AS.200.386Animal CognitionHollandTTh 9:00-10:15Biobehavioral
AS.200.376PsychopharmacologyGormanWF 10:30-11:45Biobehavioral
AS.200.370Functional NeuroanatomyCourtneyMWF 11:00-11:50Biobehavioral
AS.290.303Brain, Communication and EvolutionMadisonWF 9:00-10:15Biobehavioral
AS.290.420Origins of Human Sexual Orientation
(writing intensive)
KraftT 3:00-5:20Social/Dev/Cog

 

Behavioral Biology Upper Levels Fall 2013

Course NumberCourse NameInstructorDay/TimeLimitConcentration
AS.020.379EvolutionNorrisMF 12:00-1:1525BioBehavioral
AS.050.319Visual CognitionParkTTh 9:00-10:1545BioBehavioral
AS.080.308NeuroeconomicsTrageserWF 12:00-1:1570BioBehavioral
AS.080.330Brain, Injury and Recovery (writing intensive)GormanWF 10:30-11:4530BioBehavioral
AS.150.219Introduction to Bioethics (writing intensive)BokMWF 12:0-12:5020 (14 sections)Social
AS.150.245Introduction to Philosophy of MindWilliamsMW 9:00-9:50 F 10:00-10:5015Social
AS.200.204Human Sexuality (writing intensive)KraftT 9-11:30 OR T 12-2:3025Social
AS.200.222Positive PsychologyHalberdaMWF 3:00-3:5060Social
AS.200.308 Neurobiology of LearningYassaWF 9:00-10:15 BioBehavioral
AS.200.309Evolutionary Mechanisms of Human BehaviorPetriM 1:30-3:5025Social
AS.200.310Neural Basis of ControlCourtneyMWF 11:00-11:5020Biobehavioral
AS.200.316Thought and PerceptionFlombaumW 1:30-3:308Social
AS.200.328Thry-Mths in Clincal PsycEdwinM 6:00-8:0025Social
AS.200.333Advanced Social PsychologyDrigotasW 1:30-3:5019Social
AS.200.344Behavioral EndocrinologyMadisonTTH 10:30-11:4570BioBehavioral
AS.200.359The Psychology of Financial CrisisRaifmanT 3:00-5:3040Social 
AS.200.363Mind, Brain and Experience (new course)BednyTTh 10:30-11:4530BioBehavioral
AS.270.308Population/Comm EcologySzlaveczMW 1:30-2:4530BioBehavioral
AS.280.335The Environment of Your HealthTrushTTh 4:30-5:45250Social
AS.290.301Stress & the BrainMadisonWF 9:00-10:1519BioBehavioral
AS.290.420Human Sexual Orientation (writing intensive)KraftT 3:00-4:2025 Social
AS.530.485Physics and Feedback in Living Systems (new)CowanMW 3:00-4:0024BioBehavioral
EN.570.205EcologyBrushMWF 11:00-11:5050BioBehavioral

Spring 2013

Course NumberFacultyFacultyDay/Time
AS.050.312Cognitive Neuroimaging Methods in High-Level VisionParkT 1:30-4:00Biobehavioral
AS.080.306The Nervous System IIHendryTTh 1:30-2:45Biobehavioral
AS.080.333Brain, Injury and Recovery (writing intensive)GormanWF 10:30-11:45Biobehavioral
AS.200.204Human Sexuality (writing intensive)KraftT 9:00-11:20 OR 12:00-2:20Social/Dev/Cog
AS.200.306Psychology in the WorkplaceRoberts-FoxTTh 1:30-2:45Social
AS.200.361Tests & MeasurementsRoberts-FoxTTh 12:00-1:15Social
AS.200.211Sensation and PerceptionYantisMWF 9:00-9:50Social 
AS.200.317Interpersonal RelationshipsDrigotasWF 1:00-2:45Social/Dev/Cog
AS.200.328 Thry-Mths/Clinical Psychology (writing intensive)EdwinM 6:00-8:20Social/Dev/Cog
AS.200.343MotivationPetriM 1:30-3:50Biobehavioral
AS.200.368Sleep, Dreams & Altered States of ConsciousnessAllenTTh 4:00-5:45Social/Dev/Cog
AS.200.372 Psychology of AgingGallagherTTh 9:00-10:15Biobehavioral
AS.270.312 Mammalian EvolutionRoseMW 3:00-4:45Biobehavioral
AS.280.304Transforming Disease: HIV/AIDS & Production of Chronic IllnessTBAMW 3:00-4:15Social
AS.280.315Nutrition: Concepts & ControversiesSchrackMW 1:30-2:45Social
AS.290.303Brain, Communication and EvolutionMadisonWF 9:00-10:15Biobehavioral
AS.290.420Origins of Human Sexual Orientation (writing intensive)KraftT 3:00-5:20Social/Dev/Cog

 

CourseFallSpringWinterSummer
Freshmen290.501290.502290.570290.597
Sophomores290.503290.504290.570290.597
Juniors290.505290.506290.570290.597
Seniors290.507290.508290.570290.597

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