This course presents the neurological foundations of human performance, behavior, and emotion through a variety of formats. Students will gain an understanding of the structure, function, and development of the nervous system and its influence on human behavior throughout the lifespan. This course explores how the nervous system functions, how it develops, and how it controls thoughts, emotions, and actions. Content will include anatomy, physiology, and functioning of the central and peripheral nervous systems, including clinical examples illustrating the impact of disease, trauma, learning, and developmental change on the everyday activities of people of all ages.
PREREQUISITES: BIO103, PHY116