Fundamentals of Psychophysiology   [Archived Catalog]
2018-2019 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Spring Addendum

APH 5051 - Fundamentals of Psychophysiology

This course explores the manifold ways the brain and body work together to produce behavior and the cycle between behavior and physiology. The course begins with a description of the body's organizational structure and genetics as related to behavior. The basic physiological ways information is received from the external and internal environments through a variety of sensors and then processed by the hormonal / nervous system are described. Typical psychophysiological dysfunctions and interventions are also described. Prerequisite(s): Pre-requisites: Undergraduate courses in psychology and biology (or APH 5001  , APH 5002  ). 3 credit(s)
Offered: SP - Term B Course Length: 8 weeks. No RC component