CATEGORY: TEQ-Winter 2022

TEQ-436 Social Psychology (W22)

Course Access: Lifetime
Course Overview

Note: This course will be replacing TEQ-426 Social Psychology and will now be 3 credits as opposed to 6

This course is designed as an overview of essential topics in biological psychology. The course will introduce basic neuroanatomy and neurochemistry with a focus on structure and related function. Students will review and empirical research concerning structure and function of various parts of the central nervous system mediating processes including: Emotion, motivation, memory and cognition. Brain development and adaptation will also be covered. Classroom lectures and discussions will utilize both empirical and case study materials. It will serve as an update for students whose undergraduate honours preparation in neuropsychology and related subjects occurred more than five years previous to enrollment in the Master of Psychology degree.