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Education / Special MS in Physiology / Curriculum / Neurophysiology & Behavior

Neurophysiology & Behavior

Course # MCP8047 | 2 credit hours

Spring Semester | Syllabus (PDF)

Note: MCP-8047 is taught from week 8 through the end of the semester

TH 12:00 – 1:50 PM 

Course Director: Teresa Reyes, PhD | teresa.reyes@uc.edu | 513-558-4338


Neurophysiology & Behavior is designed to provide students with an overview of systems behavioral neuroscience. The course will cover sensory, motor and pain systems; homeostasis and biological rhythms; brain energetics; positive and negative affect and motivation; cognition; and psychoneuroimmunology.

Learning Objectives

  • Gain familiarity with topics in systems behavioral neuroscience
  • Gain familiarity with critically reading the relevant literature

Textbook

There is no required textbook for this course; however, reference to one of several texts is recommended. Specific reading assignments are given by the faculty for individual lectures. Refer to the syllabus for details.

Contact Us

Physiology (MS) Program

University of Cincinnati
PO Box 670576
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0576

Educational Specialist

Emma C Jones, MA
Medical Sciences Building
Office 4257

Phone: 513-558-4188
Email: emma.jones@uc.edu