Neurobiology of Learning and Memory

GMS AN 702

This course covers the neurobiological bases of learning and memory from the cellular to the systems level. Initial sessions cover the behavioral aspects of learning and memory--how it is operationally defined and what are the different theoretical concepts from cognitive psychology that are current. Subsequent sessions investigate the neurophysiological, neuroanatomical, and neurochemical mechanisms of memory at the cellular level and then move on to the study of systems that function at the level of the whole organism. Concentration is on studies in mammals, particularly primates. 2 cr, Spring sem.

SPRG 2017 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Moss ARR TBD-TBD held in
Room L-1008
MED Campus

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