Brain, Hormones, and Behavior

CAS BI 111

Not for major or minor credit. Brain-hormone interactions in the expression of behavior and control of the endocrine system, including sex hormones and reproduction; brain sex; stress and aging; growth and development; nutrition and metabolism; biorhythms, differentiation, and immunity and disease resistance. Relevance to the human condition through observations and experiments in animals; scientific methods of study. Carries natural science divisional credit (without lab) in CAS.

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