BIOL:440 Behavioral Neuroendocrinology.
This course deals with the interrelationships among hormones, the brain, and behavior. The role of the nervous system and hormones in the development and regulation of behavior, as well as how experience can regulate neuroendocrine physiology, will be examined. This course puts special emphasis on generating and testing hypotheses based on knowledge gained from reviewing the primary literature. Specific topics covered include the endocrine regulation of reproductive behavior, aggressive behavior, biological rhythms, energy balance, stress, learning and memory. Prerequisite: BIOL:102. Corequisite: BIOL:441. 3 SH. CC: Writing Intensive.