PSYC 311

Learning and Behavior

This course is concerned with the lawful relationships between the behavior of organisms and the natural world. The course explores the scientific principles that govern these relationships with particular emphasis upon environmental control of voluntary behavior. Note: The laboratory component of this course requires daily work with live animals. Students must be able to commit one hour, MTWF, at the same time each day.

Prerequisites: PSYC 201 or permission of the instructor.