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BIOL/PSYC 327 Psychopharmacology  

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This course is designed to give students an in-depth understanding of the various psychopharmacological mechanisms and their behavioral correlates in humans.  Through a combination of lectures and discussions/seminar, students will gain an appreciation for the manner in which the body coordinates and executes physiological and biochemical functions in the brain.  Students will also develop an appreciation for the complexity of the human brain and the organization required for the balance of neuroactive agents the body must maintain and regulate in order for “normal” brain function.  Throughout the semester, students will consider the anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of the body, as well as the psychological ramifications of changes in the state of the brain.



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