Hormonal and Perceptual Influences on Behavior   [Archived Catalog]
2019-2020 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

APH 5181 - Hormonal and Perceptual Influences on Behavior

Hormones have huge impacts of many aspects of our behavior ranging from instinctive sexual behaviors through identification of likely spouses, how we remember events, patterns of play, etc. Differences in our perceptual abilities result in our perceiving the world so differently that they influence many of our fears and believes about what is around us. This course explores the mechanisms through which hormones and perceptions lead to many of our most fundamental beliefs and the behaviors based on them. Prerequisite(s): APH 5051  or APH 5052 . 3 credit(s)
Offered: Summer Semester. Course Length: 12 weeks. No RC required.