BIO 177: Genes, Brains, and Behavior
Physiological systems underlying animal behavior, including the genetic basis for normal and abnormal behaviors. Topics include: history of behavioral genetics; nature vs. nurture; genetic model systems including worms, flies, and mice; molecular mechanisms underlying behavioral phenotypes; gene regulation in behavioral change; circuits; genetics of human behavior and psychiatric disorders.
Prerequisite: BIO 170 , which may be taken concurrently, and BIO 110 . Normal Letter Grade only. Course may be repeated 1 time for credit. Discussion included.
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