Brain and Behaviour (BB1002)

Syllabus

Credits: 25

Examination of the structural and functional organisation of the central nervous system. Maturational and evolutionary brain development. Introduction to the basic methods used to study brain structure and function. Interrelationships between physiological functioning and behaviour, with special reference to sensory processes and perception, learning and memory, motivation and emotion, sleep and arousal, and language.

Delivery Mode

Semester 1, 2022 Semester 2, 2022
Unit NOT available

Face-to-face (on campus)

Tuition Patterns

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Type Duration
Lecture 2 hours weekly
Tutorial 2 hours weekly

Pre-Requisites

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Prerequisites are courses or units that must be completed or admitted into before enrolling in this unit.

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