Description: Course content engages students in the understanding of the biological basis for our decision-making, substance use, mental health, learning and loving patterns. Students will explore the role of the nervous system, brain functions and the use of psychopharmacology on adults in industrialized countries. Students analyzes behavioral and biological theories with special regards to their relevance to individuals, families, groups, organization, institutions and communities; and the consideration of social, cultural, and economic factors affecting human behavior. Letter grade only.
Sections offered: Fall 2019 Spring 2020
Prerequisite: Junior Status or higher