Neurophysiology & Behavior
MEDS 4047 | 2 credit hours
Spring Semester | Syllabus (PDF)
Note: MEDS 4047 is taught from week 8 through the end of the semester
TH 12:00 – 1:50 PM
Course Director: Teresa Reyes, PhD | firstname.lastname@example.org | 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.
- Gain familiarity with topics in systems behavioral neuroscience
- Gain familiarity with critically reading the relevant literature
In order to take MEDS4047, students must satisfy all of the following prerequisites:
- Medical Sciences program major or minor
- C or better in MEDS3026 Human Physiology
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.