Biological Bases of Clinical Practice

School of Professional Psychology and Health PSY 5001 3.00

This course offers a foundational introduction to biological psychology with special reference to clinical implications. Course content includes the following: functional neuroanatomy and gross brain organization, neural functioning, arousal mechanisms and sleep, sensory-motor systems, memory and learning processes, emotional experience, and consciousness, orientation, and awareness. The course fulfills APA accreditation expectations and state licensing requirements by providing a broad and general overview of biological psychology. PsyD student

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