A study of the involvement of hormones in cognition, emotion, the stress response, circadian and homeostatic mechanisms that affect mental state, psychopathology, and reproductive behavior. Pre/co-requisites: PSYC 121 and PSYC 109, or permission from the Instructor.
Donna Toufexis ()
DATES: May 19 - June 13, 2014
In this course we will study a broad range of topics in behavioral neuroendocrinology which will allow us to develop a sufficient background to be able to understand the all the basic literature on the subject. We will talk about hormonal involvement in cognition, emotion, the stress response, circadian and homeostatic mechanisms, psychopathology and reproductive behavior. Hormone- and brain structure- based sex differences will be discussed with respect to all the above-mentioned topics.
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