UN3496 Neuroscience and Society⎪J. Reinen

Undergraduate Seminar
W 6:10-8PM

This course investigates the ways in which research in human neuroscience both reflects and informs societal issues. Topics include how neuroscience research is interpreted and applied in areas such as healthcare, education, law, consumer behavior, and public policy.

Prerequisites: PSYC 1001, PSYC 1010, or equivalent introductory psychology course. Students who have not taken one of these courses may also be admitted with instructor permission.

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