The Behavioral Neuroscience Program (formerly known as the psychobiology program) seeks to provide students with a thorough understanding of the biological bases of behavior, particularly neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and neuro-pharmacology. Second, the program seeks to provide students with effective research skills and experience in the critical analysis of research. Finally, the program seeks to provide students with the opportunity to contribute meaningfully to the scientific enterprise as undergraduates through their own research.
The program provides students with a fine background for advanced training and work in both applied and scientific areas.
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